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matelot

(ˈmætləʊ) ,

matlo

or

matlow

n
(Nautical Terms) slang chiefly Brit a sailor
[C20: from French]

sail•or

(ˈseɪ lər)

n.
1. a person whose occupation is sailing or navigation; mariner.
2. a seaman below the rank of officer.
3. a naval enlistee.
4. a flat-brimmed straw hat with a low flat crown.
[1540–50; earlier sailer]
syn: sailor, seaman, mariner, salt are terms for a person who leads a seafaring life. A sailor or seaman is one whose occupation is on board a ship at sea, esp. a member of a ship's crew below the rank of petty officer: a sailor before the mast; an able-bodied seaman. mariner is a term found in certain technical expressions: mariner's compass (ordinary compass as used on ships); the word now seems elevated or quaint: The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. salt is an informal term for an experienced sailor: an old salt.
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In short, the marginalized matelots of The Drunken Boat can feel the change coming, and are doing everything in their power to pretend like they are helping.
Et de preciser que la flottille, qui a evite le carnage initialement prevu par Churchill -- qui pensait au mieux secourir 40 000 hommes -- etait constituee, pour un quart, de matelots d'Asie du Sud et d'Afrique de l'Est.
Bertho explique que les << roles et registres matricules sont les documents de base qui doivent des lors permettre la levee des matelots pour le service sur les bateaux du roi en temps de guerre >> (18).
sous la force male des oiseaux/ a perce le cri en armes de l'hiver/ pleurez femmes si le coeur vous en dit/ les matelots protegeront vos larmes (.
Two Tuscan Settings]: "Serenade toscane," "Apres un reve"; Two Gautier Settings: "Les matelots," "Chanson du Pecheur;" [Three Verlaine Settings]: "Mandoline," "En sourdine," "Prison"; "Tristesse," "L'absent," "La parfum imperissable," "Dans la foret de septembre," "Tristesse d'Olympio," "Aurore," "La fleur qui va sur l'eau," "Fleur jetee," "Le don silencieux," "Nocturne," "Les presents," "Au bord de l'eau," "Ici-bas," "Barcarolle," "Le voyageur.
Lemercier Chants heroiques des montagnards et matelots grecs, Paris 1824, ano en que se publicaron las celebres Chansons populaires de la Grece Moderne de Fauriel.
136 matelots qualifies, 365 patrons cotiers, 100 capacitaires, 226 electro-motoristes, sans compter les classes qui sont en cours de formation.
Just like in the fairytale, matelots must be back on board their floating behemoth by midnight.
In my day, if only three matelots were hauled aboard in irons after shore leave the crew would be considered a bunch of sissies
So the Wren became Jenny, a loveable little bird whose only ambition should have been to soothe the brows of such macho matelots as me.
Certes, ses hesitations, les << subtilites dogmatiques >> et les << scrupules >> moraux et religieux, ne manquent pas d'apparaitre ici et la dans le recit, ne serait-ce que pour signaler combien cette tentative d'emancipation est longue et douloureuse, on constate cependant, a de nombreuses reprises, la presence de fantasmes qui permettent a Urien d'articuler sa difference sexuelle : qu'il s'agisse, par exemple, de l'episode mettant en scene un enfant tripotant son sexe, ou encore de celui des matelots et des mousses << tordus de desirs >> la nuit venue et se livrant a des << saloperies >>, episodes qui debouchent sur le constat suivant :
Par arrete du ministre de la marine en date du 12 decembre 1921, furent inscrits a titre posthume au tableau special de la medaille militaire les quatre marins du patrouilleur auxiliaire Montaigne tues ou disparus avec Louis Barthes : Fernand-Ernest Moreau, matelot electricien TSF, Victor-Albert Deboffe, Henri Gence et Jean Louis Tymen, matelots sans specialite (Journal officiel, 24 decembre 1921).