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to work a ship

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  • work|man|ship — «WURK muhn shihp», noun. 1. the art or skill of a worker or his work: »Good workmanship requires long practice. 2. the quality or manner of work; craftsmanship: »His workmanship is obvious in everything he does. 3. the work done: »Most agreements …   Useful english dictionary

  • work·man·ship — /ˈwɚkmənˌʃıp/ noun [noncount] : the quality of the work that is done by someone He admires good workmanship. The problems were caused by cheap materials and poor workmanship. The excellent workmanship of the cabinets is remarkable …   Useful english dictionary

  • ship — ship·en·tine; ship·less; ship·man; ship·ment; ship·pa·ble; ship·page; ship·pen; ship·per; ship·pon; show·man·ship; sib·ship; sis·ter·ship; siz·ar·ship; skip·per·ship; sol·dier·ship; so·lic·i·tor·ship; son·ship; space·ship; speak·er·ship;… …   English syllables

  • work — ge·deckt·work; hand·i·work; in·ter·work; piece·work·er; re·work; un·work·able·ness; work; work·abil·i·ty; work·able; work·a·day; work·away; work·er; work·ful; work·ing·man; work·less; work·man; work·man·ship; wrist·work; net·work·ing;… …   English syllables

  • Ship Island (Mississippi) — Ship Island is the collective name for two barrier islands off the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, part of Gulf Islands National Seashore: East Ship Island and West Ship Island. Hurricane Camille split the once single island into 2 separate islands in …   Wikipedia

  • Ship stability — is an area of Naval Architecture and ship design that deals with how a ship behaves at sea, both in still water and in waves. Considerations are made as to the center of gravity and center of buoyancy of vessels and how they interact. History… …   Wikipedia

  • Ship breaking — or ship demolition is a type of recycling involving the breaking up of ships for scrap. Most ships have a lifespan of a few decades before there is so much wear that refitting and repair becomes uneconomic. Ship breaking allows for materials from …   Wikipedia

  • ship — [ship] n. [ME < OE scip, akin to Ger schiff, ON skip < IE * skeib < * skei , to cut, separate (> L scindere, to cut), extension of base * sek , to cut (> SAW1): basic sense “hollowed out tree trunk”] 1. any water vehicle of… …   English World dictionary

  • Ship tracks — are clouds that form around the exhaust released by ships into the still ocean air. Water molecules collect around the tiny particles (aerosols) from exhaust to form a cloud seed. More and more water accumulates on the seed until a visible cloud… …   Wikipedia

  • Ship of Fools (story) — Ship of Fools is a short story written by Ted Kaczynski in which various people, representing oppressed groups in American society, squabble about living conditions aboard a ship, in spite of the fact that its course towards the North Pole… …   Wikipedia

  • Ship Harbour, Newfoundland and Labrador — Ship Harbour is a community in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada best known as the site of the 1941 meeting between Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt. While the H.M.S. Prince of Wales and the U.S.S. Augusta were secretly anchored in the …   Wikipedia

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