- n. Plural form of vessel.
“States, confined to _merchant_ vessels, (it would be imprudent to meddle with _vessels of war_;) and any colored person communicating with such seaman is whipped not exceeding _thirty_ lashes.”
“Toss the plastic packaging and put your fridge and pantry staples in vessels that are pleasing to the eye”
“The trend toward bigger vessels is key to Maasvlakte 2.”
“An early September collision between vessels from the two countries in the area sparked weeks of rancor and put stress on diplomatic and trade ties.”
“It appears most Star Trek model ship fanciers have at least one style of Enterprise ship and often times smaller vessels from the Federation s fleet.”
“Granted, each of those vessels is much more capable than earlier models.”
“Jack Rychik, MD: As that tissue that sits beneath the two great vessels is positioned in front of the pulmonary artery, it results in the four findings of tetralogy.”
“U.S. v. Alaska, 422 U.S. 184, 190 (1975) (“in 1821, Tsar Alexander I issued a ukase that purported to exclude all foreign vessels from the waters within 100 miles of the Alaska coast”).”
“Cufflike pattern haemorrhages around small brain vessels were found in all specimens.”
“A broad spectrum of 'interface' vessels is required, each specialised to purpose.”
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