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used in Running in the Family

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the person in charge of a boat (small ship) — such as a boat used in rowing competition
  • His close friend, the lawyer Cox Sproule, was a different matter.
    p. 121.0
  • Cox was charming when sober and brilliant when drunk.
    p. 121.0
  • Unlike Cox, Vere had no profession to focus whatever talents he had.
    p. 121.2
  • Even Cox Sproule joined him for six months when he was jailed for helping three German spies escape from the country.
    p. 121.5

There are no more uses of "coxswain" in Running in the Family.

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