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“The mist was thickening, and although Tyrwhitt could see the enemy destroyers on both his port and starboard bows, he was unable to gain on them.”
“Captain Edward Phillpotts tried to bring his ship back into line by running her engines and port and starboard propellers at different speeds to counteract the effect of the jammed rudder.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘port and starboard’.
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Collocations with 'and' & 'or'
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