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1) an opening for inspection the interior of a furnace, 2) a hiding place for valuables, 3) a cupboards for domestic utensils, 4) a storeroom or lazaret, 5) the steward's department quarters glory hole
15- or 18-thread ratline 77 ratline is three stranded tarred hemp used mainly for heaving lines kastegods
1878. [R. B. Smith Carthage 93] The drawbridge could be swung round the mast towards the point where the danger threatened, and let fall with its heavy weight upon the deck of the attacking ship landgang
1949 the British Corporation ceased to exist as a separate society and was merged with Lloyd's Register of Shipping Lloyd's
1426, "Poem on Agincourt in Hazel", E.P.P. (1866) 11, 97, "Every shyp wayed his anker ..., They hoysed theyr sayles a lofte". 1676, "Streynsham Master Diaries" (1911) II. 93, "Wee mett a great Dutch ship neare Nassapore point. He wore a flagg". Applied to the State, Feb. 1913 "Century", 305, "The Ship of the State of China is still labouring in a storm-swept ocean". skib