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  • n. Plural form of crewman.

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Examples

  • Inside at the time were Dr. Kentgens; Jacob van Rij, his wife, and 10-year old son; John; six crewmen from a British Stirling that had crashed near Nieuwerkerk on 12 April 1945; a Dutch supporter of the Germans who was being held prisoner; and several other members of the resistance group and their children.

    THE JOHN McCORMICK STORY

  • The search for the last of 21 crewmen from the Romanian cargo vessel, the Calarasi, was called off at 10am on Saturday, SA Air

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Twenty of the 21 crewmen from the Romanian cargo vessel, the

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • An extensive search and rescue operation resulted in the recovery of seven crewmen from the two aircraft.

    Blankenship, Charles H.

  • Reserve Cargo Squadron 50 was transferring crewmen from the Naval Air

    Bytheway, Frank L.

  • Lieutenant Turner was rescued on December 13th and all other crewmen from the two aircrews were declared missing.

    Walker, Samuel F. Jr.

  • Updated Thursday, April 15, 2010 10: 56 am TWN, AFP SYDNEY -- Australian police Wednesday charged two crewmen from the Chinese coal carrier that ran aground on the Great Barrier Reef, smashing coral and spilling oil, with damaging the famous marine park.

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News , Taiwan newspaper

  • It began on the decks of ships that brought the first slaves to the New World, where European crewmen gleefully joined the dances of their African hostages, and it continued on the plantations in the southern colonies, where masters and overseers were known to partake in the revelries in the slave quarters.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • In December 1917, as his Army detachment steamed for Europe on the British liner Carpathia, Mr. Buckles said, crewmen shared stories of the grim dawn less than six years earlier when their ship had been the first to reach survivors of the Titanic.

    Last U.S. World War I veteran Frank W. Buckles dies at 110

  • Exacerbating the struggles was that Martin, whose No. 5 Impalas were built alongside Earnhardt's No. 88 by the same crewmen in the same building, had a career year.

    Return to form for Earnhardt Jr. could rev NASCAR's fortunes

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