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  • Francesco Verusio, the prosecutor in Grosseto who is leading the investigation, called the captain's behaviour "inexcusable".

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The Kanakas sprang to the captain's orders, and for five minutes the schooner laid directly into the passage and even gained on the current.

    THE PEARLS OF PARLAY

  • But when I peeped into the captain's room I was amazed at its comfort.

    CHAPTER I

  • But I had never thought about a captain's daughter.

    CHAPTER I

  • Bertie slept that night in the captain's cabin, a tiny stateroom off the main cabin.

    THE TERRIBLE SOLOMONS

  • I had so expressly stipulated with the agents that no captain's wife was to come along.

    CHAPTER I

  • He was a smooth-faced, blue-eyed youngster of twenty-five, slender and natty in his captain's uniform.

    Koolau the Leper

  • Furnish came in a US Marine captain's dress uniform, proving that yes, it really is true what they have been saying - the Cold War IS over. ........

    Let HARRAH

  • Nguyen's case follows that of a Louisiana man who never served in the military but wore a full-dress captain's uniform complete with a Navy Cross, Silver Star and Purple

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Finally, the captain's son, irritated beyond measure, jerked the book from the palsied fingers of the old man and found the place.

    THAT DEAD MEN RISE UP NEVER

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