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  • n  the first wale laid next to the keel of a wooden ship

  • But if the French and Spanish navies were rotten to their garboard strakes, Pope makes clear that the British was rotten to its keelson.
  • But anybody who can tell a top carling from a garboard strake will want a copy of Spring Tides in his dunnage the next time he does a windward dozen.

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