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  • The Bowsprit is the stick projecting from the bow.

    Healthful Sports for Boys

  • Anyway, you download the new tune "Bowsprit" below, which we recommend over going to the Pillow Queens Pack It In Tomorrow Night (And An Open Letter to Patrick Caldwell): I like and have liked the Pillow Queens since the beginning.

    Austin Sound

  • Bowsprit wagging like a finger, seeming to say Ouuu, you nasty man, you're in for it n -

    Duma Key

  • ‘Starboard,’ ‘Port,’ ‘Bowsprit,’ and similar indications of a mutinous undercurrent, though subdued, were audible, Bill Boozey, captain of the foretop, came out from the rest.

    A Holiday Romance

  • "Ho there, Bowsprit!" she would yell to another, as she fished him out of the coal.

    Half-Past Seven Stories

  • Ship and want to climb out on the Bowsprit so as to be in Frisco ahead of anybody else.

    Ade's Fables

  • In the boat was Leslie Gage and the two sailors, Black Tom and Bowsprit.

    Frank Merriwell Down South

  • Ben Bowsprit was growing impatient and wondering why Leslie did not answer.

    Frank Merriwell Down South

  • "Well, what are ye doing back there so long?" demanded Bowsprit.

    Frank Merriwell Down South

  • "We'll have to get away in the boats," said a grizzled villainous-looking, one-eyed old sailor, who was known as Ben Bowsprit.

    Frank Merriwell Down South

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