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  • She will become the boatyard dog (My brother works at the Wareham Boatyard and will bring her to work every day so she doesn't get lonely).

    I want one!

  • Hammel helped broker a lunch meeting between Glass and Knight in winter 2010, a rendezvous at Rick's Café Boatyard in Indianapolis that stretched to five hours.

    Indiana's Back, but Bob-Less

  • The Freeport Point Boatyard on the south shore of Long Island built fifteen vessels for the Coast Guard and thirty for the rumrunners they were supposed to chase down, including a trio of forty-two-foot boats for the notorious bootlegger Dutch Schultz, each one equipped with three Packard Liberator 500-horsepower air-cooled engines, bulletproof gas tanks, and room for 600 cases of liquor.

    LAST CALL

  • Addenda: The Rossville Boatyard would be an interesting place for a climate change park partly because a significant amount of the infrastructure is already in place.

    The Great Climate Change Park

  • The summers I'd worked framing houses and laboring in Jepson's Boatyard had made me a lot stronger than his personal trainer was making him.

    Hi-Ya!

  • The Freeport Point Boatyard on the south shore of Long Island built fifteen vessels for the Coast Guard and thirty for the rumrunners they were supposed to chase down, including a trio of forty-two-foot boats for the notorious bootlegger Dutch Schultz, each one equipped with three Packard Liberator 500-horsepower air-cooled engines, bulletproof gas tanks, and room for 600 cases of liquor.

    LAST CALL

  • Dolphin Quay Boatyard was one of these few, which was a mixed blessing.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Dolphin Quay Boatyard was a small business with little more in the way of financial resources than I had.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Dolphin Quay Boatyard was one of these few, which was a mixed blessing.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Dolphin Quay Boatyard was a small business with little more in the way of financial resources than I had.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

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