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conder

(ˈkɒndə)
n
a person who directs the steering of a shipa person, based on land, who indicates the movements of fish to fishermen
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According to Gomez, in 1753 Mahamut (one of many spellings of Muhammad) and Abel Conder challenged the legality of their enslavement through a petition to the South Carolina government "in Arabick.
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