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“I went by the name Sailor Wiggins, and I entertained children with a marionette I hand-carved from a renewable wood source.”
“I remember a little piece which he called the Sailor's Return: in which he tried to describe the feelings of an honest Tar, who, after a long absence, saw his dear native Village first rising into view.”
“London was paid another princely $5 for a story biographer Irving Stone (in Sailor on Horseback, 1938) quite correctly called "one of our imperishable classics of the Northlands.”
“Yeah, because Steve Sailor is such a passionate Bush defender and apologist.”
“Strike Group are conducting Search and Rescue (SAR) operations in the Persian Gulf after a Sailor from the guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59) was discovered missing Sept. 13.”
“The name of the Sailor is being withheld while search operations continue.”
“The second of the revelations in Sailor on Horseback was the story that London had calculated a lethal dose of morphine and killed himself with it some time during the night of November 21-22, 1916.”
“(NNS) -- The search and rescue efforts being conducted for a Sailor from the Little Creek-based USS Typhoon (PC 5) were called off Nov. 10 at 8: 45 a.m. Numerous ships and assets from the U.S. Navy and U.S.”
“From hoboes, bound east, I got word of him occasionally, when he happened to be ahead; and from them I learned that he had become interested in Sailor jack and was making inquiries about me.”
“From hoboes, bound east, I got word of him occasionally, when he happened to be ahead; and from them I learned that he had become interested in Sailor Jack and was making inquiries about me.”
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Immortal people after whom waterborne species were named. Most of them have been marine zoologists, I would guess.
e.g. Gates' goblet, Humphrey's buccinum, Turton's moon snail, etc.
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