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post captain

n
(Historical Terms) history (formerly) a naval officer holding a commission as a captain, as distinct from an officer with the courtesy title of captain
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The post Captain Misbah hits century as Pakistan rally against England appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
3) The Journal of Post Captain Nicolas Baudin, Adelaide, Friends of the State Lib.
We have done that in the past and we can do it again," The Frontier Post captain said.
The duties of the newly-minted post captain were onerous and the rewards uncertain, whether at sea or ashore.
He has been some time a Post Captain, and is a most meritorious officer.
In Post Captain (1972) a Scottish officer criticizes Johnson for making "very inaccurate statements.
Graeme Rodway Trading Post Captain Chris Gold Cup 25-1 Paddy Power Philip Hobbs's gelding was pitched in at the deep end over fences and acquitted himself well in the face of stiff tasks early in his career, but he has really got his act together on his last two starts with impressive wins at Kempton and in the Arkle at Cheltenham last Tuesday.
Nelson's affair with Lady Hamilton lasted six years after the pair met when he was a 35-year-old post captain and she a 28-year-old artist's model.
The selected documents in this first of a projected three volumes, deals with his early career from when he was promoted to post captain through the end of the Seven Years War.
PALMDALE - Since David Campbell became a Sheriff's Department Explorer more than two years ago, he has served more than 2,000 hours, been promoted to post captain and formed the post's first drill team.
The Frontier Post captain Bilal Afridi was adjudged Man of the Match who also took two wickets in the match.
Charles had a new prominence in Halifax on account of his promotion to the rank of post captain and the command of the Swiftsure, flag ship of his commander-in-chief, Admiral Sir John Borlase Warren.