Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of seajack.
  • n. The act by which a vessel is seajacked.

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Examples

  • On June 2, Ahmed told the crew that the pirates had decided to kill them and harvest their organs to get some money out of the seajacking.

    The Seattle Times

  • The special forces had been aboard the Russian anti-submarine destroyer Marshal Shaposhnikov, which rushed to the scene after Wednesday's seajacking.

    News

  • Shaposhnikov, which rushed to the scene after Wednesday's seajacking.

    FOXNews.com

  • MOGADISHU - A mobile tribunal, a system of fines and a code of conduct: the success of Somali pirates 'seajacking business relies on a structure that makes them one of the country's best-organised armed forces.

    Jack's Newswatch

  • The biggest of the hijackings, too, has been over the weekend with the taking over of the Sirius Star, a Saudi super-tanker, that followed the seajacking of a Ukrainian carrier ferrying 33 battle tanks.

    Top Stories - Google News

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