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MATE. The second officer on board of a merchant ship or vessel.
     2. He has the right to sue in the admiralty as a common mariner for wages. 1. Pet. Adm. Dee. 246.
     3. When, on the death of the master, the mate assumes the command, he succeeds to the rights and duties of the principal officer. 1 Sumn. 157; 3 Mason, 161; 4 Mason, 196; See 7 Conn. 239; 4 Mason, 641 4 Wash. C. C. 838.

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About Cimarron Energy Cimarron Energy is a manufacturer of oil and natural gas production and processing equipment providing separation, flowback, and environmental products to exploration and production companies throughout the United States.
Jeff Slough, who started Cimarron Landscape in 1983, will continue to play a significant role as Terracare Associates transitions Cimarron clients into their portfolio.
The project will be located on a 250-acre parcel of land in Colfax County, located between the towns of Cimarron and Springer, N.
Catrin Finch and Cimarron will be at Theatr Stiwt, Rhosllannerchrugog, Wrexham, tonight; Theatr Hafren, Newtown, tomorrow; St David's Hall, Cardiff, on Tuesday; Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan, on Wednesday; Theatr Felinfach, Felinfach, on Thursday; Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon, on Friday; Park &Dare, Treorchy, onMarch 7; Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea, on March 8; The Welfare, Ystradgynlais, on March 10; Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan, on March 11; Galeri, Caernarfon, on March 13; Theatr Harlech, Harlech, on March 14 and Ammanford Miners Theatre on March 15
When Ferber published Cimarron in early 1930, she acknowledged in her foreword that while the novel was "no attempt to set down a literal history of Oklahoma," it chronicled the marriage of a fictional pioneering couple from 1889 to the present day and was supported by her extensive research in the state historical library.
Mature cottonwoods were the most conspicuous deciduous trees along the floor of the canyon, which cuts through rough mesa country on its way to the Cimarron River east of Kenton.
The Beijing office becomes the second Asian territory locale for The Cimarron Group, signifying a commitment to the burgeoning business opportunities within the pan-Asian region.
In order to fully realize the transformative benefits of enterprise mobility, apps need to be adopted by intended users, no matter where they are," said Cimarron Buser, SVP of Global Business Development for Apperian.
Project boundaries on US 24 are between 8th Street to the west and the Cimarron Street Bridge over the railroads to the east.
In addition to standard replicas Cimarron provides such famous movie guns as the "Man With No Name" cartridge conversion used by Clint Eastwood in several of his spaghetti Westerns.
Two rich musical heritages coincide in an exclusive tour of Wales this month when the awesome talents of the harp-led Colombian llanera group Cimarron and Wales' own Catrin Finch come together for a thrilling double bill where the harp is the star.
Carnegie Hall is really cool,'' said Estevez, who just finished up sixth grade at Cimarron School.