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- n. Plural form of flibustier.
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Le moteur du 4×4 qui emmène les flibustiers est pulvérisé, depuis un hélico, par un tir de fusil.
De Vaissière contributes much valuable information, especially in the first chapter, about the origins and customs of the French "flibustiers."
Long and long ago, there were banished to Ohonoo all the bucaniers, flibustiers, thieves, and malefactors of the neighboring islands; who, becoming at last quite a numerous community, resolved to make a stand for their dignity, and number one among the nations of Mardi.
Dampier, and therefore must have been an asylum to the buccaneers and flibustiers  in the latter part of the seventeenth century, were so still to their more desperate successors, the pirates, at the beginning of the nineteenth; and for the same reason -- the facilities they offer
Le cœur tendre dans le lit de Miss Clark Prisonnière du Sultan de Jarawak En pleine terreur à Manicouagan Isolé dans la jungle birmane Emprisonnant les flibustiers L'ennemi est démasqué On a volé le collier de Civa Le Maharadjah en répondra.
Jarawak En pleine terreur à Manicouagan Isolé dans la jungle birmane Emprisonnant les flibustiers L'ennemi est démasqué On a volé le collier de Civa Le Maharadjah en répondra.
Philip and all, and master says they are flibustiers, and pirates, and robbers; and Mrs. Lightfoot's boy came and said Stead Kenton was shot dead at his house door, and then I was neither to have nor to hold, but I ran off here like one distraught, for I never loved anyone like you Stead. "