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  • noun baseball A player on the team the Seattle Mariners.


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  • Coleridge's Ancient Mariner is haunted by sounds so alien that even the word sound becomes phantasmic:

    Sounding Romantic: The Sound of Sound 2008

  • Mariner is right that cost estimating is hard, but I think that NASA's cost people have actually gotten pretty good at it in recent years.

    Lack of Discipline = Slaughter of the Innocents - NASA Watch 2008

  • Earlier this year, they called Mariner athletic director Vito Mennona, also an assistant coach 20 years ago.

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  • Chowdharay-Best in Mariner’s Mirror (1971) Jan. 91 – 2.]

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  • Plans for a new 100-unit building near the waterfront, known as the Mariner, which will include a riverside walkway, roof deck and boat slips, were recently approved.

    Port Chester: Packing a Lot Into a Village Melanie Lefkowitz 2011

  • From our first glimpse of the hero (Kevin Costner), a strong, grouchy, silent type known as the Mariner, the movie lets us know it possesses some convention-tweaking wit.

    'Waterworld': It Floats 2008

  • Beyond taciturn, his Mariner is a moody, uncivilized, selfish s.o.b., who tosses kids in shark-infested waters, thwacks his leading lady with an oar and barters her body to a popeyed, cuckoo scavenger for a few pieces of paper.

    'Waterworld': It Floats 2008

  • This aircraft, called the Mariner, has performed trials in Australia for just exactly the same sort of mission that Canada would likely use it for.

    UAV: Under-supported Aerial Vehicle? 2007


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