starboard-side love

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  • The Halicarnassus—dented and battered and with only its right wing still attached to it—teetered on the summit of the funnel, held in place by its outer starboard-side jet engine, the engine hooked over the brink of the step hill.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • The Halicarnassus—dented and battered and with only its right wing still attached to it—teetered on the summit of the funnel, held in place by its outer starboard-side jet engine, the engine hooked over the brink of the step hill.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • The starboard-side deck crane was found to be in similar condition and "has had major issues for some time now," the ModuSpec report said, citing interviews with crew members.

    Oil rigs' safety net questioned as governments rely on private inspections

  • The Halicarnassus—dented and battered and with only its right wing still attached to it—teetered on the summit of the funnel, held in place by its outer starboard-side jet engine, the engine hooked over the brink of the step hill.

    THE 5 GREATEST WARRIORS

  • I got a power drain in grid 14.2, the starboard-side router, going to an external destination, location unknown.

    Hell Island

  • It was reported late last week that video from an ROV -- a remotely operated vehicle like those that photographed the wreck of RMS Titanic -- shows a large and jagged hole starboard-side forward on the hull of the Kursk.

    On A Sub, There's No Room For Mistakes

  • According to Johnson's preliminary computer simulations, pumping 160.9 tons into the starboard-side tanks will do the trick.

    High Tech Cowboys of the Deep Seas: The Race to Save the Cougar Ace

  • According to Johnson's preliminary computer simulations, pumping 160.9 tons into the starboard-side tanks will do the trick.

    High Tech Cowboys of the Deep Seas: The Race to Save the Cougar Ace

  • Blanky could still see the glow of the starboard-side lantern, but it was bobbing and moving.

    The Terror

  • Terror was listing about twenty degrees to port, her bow aimed toward the northeast and her masts raking to the northwest, with too much of her starboard-side hull showing above the ice.

    The Terror

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