Definition of crewmate
: a fellow crewman
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The 352-page document includes three full-color caricatures of crewmates Jim Lovell, Fred Haise and Jack Swigert, as well notations made by all three.
One rescuer, held up by two crewmates, is seen reaching up to remove the flag from the side of a home.
Another boat rescued two others who'd been aboard the Miss Destinee – the skipper and a crewmate.
The race includes about 325 boats and 3,000 crewmates total.
But Spithill, who is not nicknamed Pitbull for nothing, kept scrapping and tacking and talking a good game, and he and his crewmates were finally rewarded with their first victory in this otherwise lopsided America’s Cup match.
His crewmates jokingly nicknamed him the Great Northern Diver.
Gifford, a physician and journalist, just completed a yearlong simulated Mars mission that required her and five crewmates to live in a two-story dome placed 8,200 feet (2,500 meters) up the slopes of Mauna Loa—
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