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nautical
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Moby Dick
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  • In front is a leather rack, in which to keep your speaking trumpet, pipe, telescope, and other nautical conveniences.
  • This was the fourth time in my nautical life that I had done the same thing.
  • It belongs to the pure nautical mathematics.
  • Besides, it was the stronger men in the Town-Ho that had been divided into gangs, taking turns at the pumps; and being the most athletic seaman of them all, Steelkilt had been regularly assigned captain of one of the gangs; consequently he should have been freed from any trivial business not connected with truly nautical duties, such being the case with his comrades.

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  • a seafood restaurant with a nautical theme
  • nautical charts

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