Barbary pirate

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Noun1.Barbary pirate - a pirate along the Barbary CoastBarbary pirate - a pirate along the Barbary Coast  
buccaneer, sea robber, sea rover, pirate - someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation
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" It took a combination of domestic revolt, Indian wars, clashes with Barbary pirates, a naval war with France as well as the pen of Alexander Hamilton and persuasion of General Knox to convince Congress of the necessity to action.
To uphold this principle, the United States had fought four wars: the war against the Barbary pirates in 1805, the war of 1812 versus Britain, and World Wars I and II.
THE SEALWOMAN'S GIFT by Sally Magnusson, Two Roads PS16.99 (ebook PS10.99) HHHHH IN 1627, Barbary pirates attacked the coast of Iceland, kidnapping hundreds of Icelanders to take back and sell into slavery, with the hope of bartering for hefty ransoms from Denmark.
Barbary pirates, which hailed from the Barbary Coast in North Africa had been the scourge of merchant ships and ports.
Sally Magnusson In 1627, Barbary pirates struck a sneaky attack on the coast of Iceland, kidnapping hundreds of Icelanders to take back and sell into slavery, with the hope of bartering for hefty ransoms from Denmark.
BOOK OF THE WEEK THE SEALWOMAN'S GIFT by Sally Magnusson, Two Roads PS16.99 (ebook PS10.99) HHHHH IN 1627, Barbary pirates attacked the coast of Iceland, kidnapping hundreds of Icelanders to take back and sell into slavery, with the hope of bartering for hefty ransoms from Denmark.
THE SEALWOMAN'S GIFT by Sally Magnusson, Two Roads PS16.99 (ebook PS10.99) HHHHH IN 1627, Barbary pirates struck a sneaky attack on the coast of Iceland, kidnapping hundreds of Icelanders to take back and sell into slavery, with the hope of bartering for hefty ransoms from Denmark.
THE SEALWOMAN'S GIFT BY SALLY MAGNUSSON, TWO ROADS PS16.99 (EBOOK PS10.99)?????HHHHH IN 1627, Barbary pirates struck a sneaky attack on the coast of Iceland, kidnapping hundreds of Icelanders to take back and sell into slavery, with the hope of bartering for hefty ransoms from Denmark.
(2006), The Wars of the Barbary Pirates, Oxford: Osprey Publishing.
This book follows Intrepid Sailors: The Legacy of PrebleAEs Boys and the Tripoli Campaign, which left off where To The Walls of Derne picks up in the story of AmericaAEs first overseas conflict, the war with Tripoli and the Barbary pirates. The four Barbary states demanded payment for the right to enter the Mediterranean.
Some of the most intriguing work brings outlying states and actors, such as Morocco and the Barbary pirates, into the Atlantic fold.