Fleet captain


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the senior aid of the admiral of a fleet, when a captain.
- Ham. Nav. Encyc.

See also: Fleet

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"It was a great day's sail, and it certainly shook out the cobwebs," said Fleet Captain Nicky Lunn at the post-race debrief meeting, as crews enjoyed sharing tales of the action.
Kevin Ryan's Fleet Captain (2.10) showed his rivals a clean pair of heels on his handicap debut at Ayr and he should be hard to beat again off just 5lb higher.
Fleet Captain (2.10) is an improving type who gave weight all round when beating Ajaafa by half a length at Ayr and looks the answer to the opener.
Star Trek proceeds to show a rambunctious Kirk as a child and young adult, getting into all sorts of trouble until a Star Fleet captain, Pike, challenges Kirk to emulate his father's greatness: as captain for twelve minutes, Kirk's father had saved eight hundred lives.
That lightness can make it tricky to sail, said David Ispas, the fleet captain and a Corvallis Realtor.
Carpenter had a passion for sailing and was Fleet Captain of Sprite Island Yacht Club in Norwalk, Connecticut.
Spokesman for the Northern Fleet Captain Vadim Serga said: "We hope to find remains in the fourth compartment, which served as living quarters for the crew."
And finally, kill the male." The comments of former whaling fleet captain Vladimir Dobralskiy echo the kill-at-all-costs credo that operated for years in the Soviet Union's whaling industry.
Fleet Captain Kathi Durst is American's first female pilot in a management leadership role.
Nursery winner Mr Good Guy went up 14lb for his win, and an 11lb rise to 73 was the reward for Fleet Captain finishing second in the rated race.
Thus, Pomor 2013 began in the Barents Sea, spokesman of the Northern Fleet Captain First Rank Vadim Serga told Itar-Tass.
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