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(ˈvaɪsˈæd mər əl)

a commissioned officer in the U.S. Navy or Coast Guard ranking above a rear admiral.
vice′-ad′mi•ral•ty, n.
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[ˈvaɪsˈædmərəl] Nvicealmirante mf
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Whereupon, I returned immediately towards the city, and desired his imperial majesty to lend me twenty of the tallest vessels he had left, after the loss of his fleet, and three thousand seamen, under the command of his vice-admiral. This fleet sailed round, while I went back the shortest way to the coast, where I first discovered the boat.
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Its focus is on countering terrorism, piracy and promoting a safe maritime environment and US Central Command Commander, General Joseph Votel, revealed the value of drugs seized during a ceremony in Bahrain in which US Fifth Fleet Commander Vice-Admiral Kevin Donegan relinquished his post to Vice-Admiral John Aquilino.
The Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zakaullah, was represented by Pakistan Navy's Chief of Staff, Vice-Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi.
Vice-Admiral Jenkins was born in Cardiff and went to the former Howardian High School in Penylan before graduating from the Welsh School of Medicine in 1968.