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  • There were gods and gods, and Jerry was not long in learning that in the hierarchy of the heaven of these white-gods on the Ariel, the sailorizing, ship-working ones were far beneath the captain and his two white-and-gold-clad officers.

    Chapter 21

  • Margaret helped me out with suggestions, and Tom Spink did the sailorizing.

    Chapter 44

  • Ombay Pass; after a period of magnificent sailorizing and superhuman effort he floated the ship and patched her so that she would stay afloat.

    The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story

  • And there was little else to learn during that seven-months 'cruise, except fancy rope-sailorizing, such as the more complicated lanyard knots and the making of various kinds of sennit and rope-mats.

    The Joy Of Small-Boat Sailing

  • "Hard labor, sailorizing, run a type-writer, no shorthand, can sit on a horse, willing to do anything and tackle anything," was the answer.

    Chapter 16

  • Let me repeat, this optimism was because I was healthy and strong, bothered with neither aches nor weaknesses, never turned down by the boss because I did not look fit, able always to get a job at shovelling coal, sailorizing, or manual labor of some sort.

    How I Became a Socialist

  • I learned the Kid his sailorizing, and I ain't never been ashamed of him yet.

    The Cruise of the "Dazzler"

  • I taught the Kid his sailorizing, and I ain't never been ashamed of him yet.

    Chapter XVII

  • There were gods and gods, and Jerry was not long in learning that in the hierarchy of the heaven of these white-gods on the _Ariel_, the sailorizing, ship-working ones were far beneath the captain and his two white-and-gold-clad officers.

    Jerry of the Islands

  • Of course, the incidence of the work was divided, since so many of the crew were quite unable to do any sailorizing, as we term work in sails and rigging.

    The Cruise of the Cachalot Round the World After Sperm Whales

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  • "He could do everything intricate and subtle in sailorcraft from tying the most wonderful knots to splicing wire. None of the officers could teach old Nelson anything about fancy sailorizing and they knew it."

    --Walter Noble Burns, A Year with a Whaler, 17

    April 28, 2008