Playing whist by the cabin lamps when it is storming outside is pleasant; walking the quarterdeck in the moonlight is pleasant; smoking in the breezy foretop
is pleasant when one is not afraid to go up there; but these are all feeble and commonplace compared with the joy of seeing people suffering the miseries of seasickness.
With that he gave an order to the steersman, and sent Riach to the foretop
She would have made a captain of the foretop
in the old days.
Sailin's an art, Harvey, as I'd show you if I had ye in the foretop
o' the -"
I went up that ladder really fast to get to the top of the foretop
Norman Augustus Finch, of Handsworth and the Royal Marine Artillery, continued to fire his Lewis Gun from the foretop
of HMS 'Vindictive' despite his severe wounds and thus saved the lives of many of his comrades on July 22 and 23, 1918.
lookout station could be reached only by an outside ladder on the port side of the tower.
The Apsaalooke have their own name for Heart Mountain, Foretop
's Father, because the mountain adopted an Apsaalooke warrior named Foretop
and gave him great power, evidenced in his remarkable career as a chief.
Ifshecancomeoutlikethat againandmakethebendinfront I'dsayitwouldbeinteresting," said Spalding-based Turner, a licenceholderforaround10years butinvolvedingreyhoundracing foralifetimehavingownedtopclassgreyhoundsincluding Foretop
Crowell describes the practice of "Last man on deck Up and Over," in which the cadet who finished last had to repeat the climb up the rigging, over the foretop
, and down the other side to the safety of the deck.
Seventeen years earlier, Taylor recounts, the hapless Captain Codd and the crew of the Marlborough also tried to escape to the rigging only to have most of the survivors surrender to the slaves; only to have the captain, in hiding in the foretop
, be betrayed by his coattail and then summarily executed.
Aboard the Bellipotent our merchant-sailor was forthwith rated as an able seaman assigned to the starboard watch of the foretop