Franklin Ranises, 32, of Dapitan, Phillipines, said: "We have been getting about in Greenock a bit.
Oh, I am a cook and a captain bold, And the mate of the Nancy brig, And a bo'sun
tight, and a midshipmite, And the crew of the captain's gig.
In The Tempest, which grafts a multi-generational Renaissance narrative onto a Roman comic template, Prospero and the bo'sun
measure time with hourglasses (1.
I'm usually a bo'sun
during the week when things are busy - like teaching musketry or sword fencing when I can wear trousers - very difficult to do in a dress which I do when I dress as a Georgian lady at the weekends.
THE ignominious departure of the RFA Lyme Bay from the Tyne to the Clyde would be more palatable were it to be sailed by Brigand Blair and Bo'sun
Brown, both of whom to remain in Scotland.
Alan Jessop, trainer of The Bo'sun
"We're not expecting too much because he's coming back from a long break and isn't the easiest horse to train, but he seems well enough in himself.
Variations of boatswain include bosun, bos'n, bo's'n or bo'sun
He was a bo'sun
in the Merchant Navy sailing the world, but admits the best sight was coming home to the Tees.