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  • Under Siege 3: Ragtag Shipmates Defeat Pirates Hand-to-Hand The crew of the Maersk Alabama, the ship with 20 Americans aboard retaken the ship from the scurvy buccaneers.

    Gawker

  • "Shipmates," he said, as he observed the look of astonishment with which some of those who stood around regarded him.

    Archibald Hughson An Arctic Story

  • "Shipmates," said Dyer, turning to the crowd of eager-eyed men clustered thickly about the deck below him, "you do all look most terrible disapp'inted because we'm leavin 'thicky island astern, instead of goin' in and anchorin 'before mun.

    The Cruise of the Nonsuch Buccaneer

  • "Shipmates," I said, -- "and I include you, Mr Cunningham, in the term, for this misfortune puts us all upon the same footing -- you no doubt heard Mr Bligh say, a little while ago, that according to his reckoning we are somewhere about twelve hundred miles from Rio, which is our nearest port.

    Turned Adrift

  • And then, making a great effort: "Shipmates," he cried, "I'm here to get that stuff, and I'll not be beat by man or devil.

    Treasure Island

  • "Shipmates," said he, "we have done all that mortals can do.

    The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce, Volume 8 Epigrams, On With the Dance, Negligible Tales

  • And then, making a great effort: "Shipmates," he cried, "I'm here to get that stuff, and I'll not be beat by man nor devil.

    Treasure Island

  • "Shipmates," said he, raising his voice, "you'll all of you be kind to little True Blue -- I know you will; there's no use asking you.

    True Blue

  • I would like to get in contact with any of my old Shipmates.

    Heroes or Villains?

  • I see "The Wordy Shipmates" is nonfiction---I need to read this!

    Savages

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