Examples of mariner in a Sentence
the ancient Phoenicians were outstanding mariners who explored and colonized much of the eastern Mediterranean
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The yawning seam and corroded bolt conceal their defects from the mariner until the storm calls all hands to the pumps.
His hits by team: 1998-2004: Dodgers 949 2005-09: Mariners751 2010: Red Sox 189 2011-17: Rangers 1,121 The 3,000 Club The 31 players with at least 3,000 hits in Major League Baseball: Pete Rose…4,256 Ty Cobb…
So the first step for archaeologists is to figure out where, exactly, those early mariners would have chosen to stick around.
MLB Time TV/Radio Tigers at Yankees noon MLB Network Twins at Padres 3 p.m. (JIP) MLB Network Indians at Red Sox 6 p.m. ESPN Mariners at Rangers 7 p.m. FSSW KRLD/105.3 FM KFLC/1270 (Sp.)
Roland Biggs, an Ugashik man known as an experienced mariner, went missing on the way back from a fueling run to another village in October 2015.
Many are sturdy coast guard icebreakers, adventure cruises and thrill-seekers in small, nimble boats hoping to pick their way through fields of floating ice that can easily strand unprepared mariners.
Separated from their families for months at a time, mariners endure many lonely hours.
ROOKIE DSL PADRES (10-20) Mariners 9, Padres 4: LHP Gabriel Morales (3.32) allowed two unearned runs in 4 2/3 innings.
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In Coleridge's Rime of the Ancient Mariner, an old seaman tells of how, by shooting a friendly albatross, he had brought storms and disaster to his ship, and how as punishment his shipmates hung the great seabird around the mariner's neck and made him wear it until it rotted. The word mariner has occasionally been used to mean simply "explorer", as in the famous Mariner spaceflights in the 1960s and '70s, the first to fly close to Mars, Venus, and Mercury.
Origin and Etymology of mariner
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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