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  • n. Plural form of captainship.


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  • [ "This has already been replied to above, but as it is stated in the said item that they enjoy their salary, from the present time their Highnesses order that their wages shall be paid to all of them from the time they left their captainships."]

    Christopher Columbus

  • And our focus was increasing everyday our capabilities in this area, differentiating ourselves to gain captainships, to influence Alber's, actually sold long-term and this is the place we really believe we can change the game, and I'll tell you a little bit about our strategy, okay?

  • They don’t seem shocked—it’s as if they expected the captainships.



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