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Synonyms for boatman

someone who drives or rides in a boat

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Boatmen have abandoned their boats on the dried up surface of the lake.
In an exclusive interview with the Philippine Entertainment Portal, Floresca's side of the story contradicted some of the statements given by the boatmen and Hernandez' fellow Hashtags member Tom Doromal.
Noor Hossain, a local official from Teknaf Thana, told Arab News: "Around 50 Bangladeshi boatmen and a few Myanmar boatmen are transporting Rohingya to Bangladesh.
with four Cree boatmen whom we hired at Cross Lake (now Pimicikamak) as
Handing over 11 ' e boats' to the local boatmen at the Assi Ghat, Modi said, " This will be a surprise for tourists as they will be keen to come to Varanasi and take a ride on e- boats.
According to company lore, the founder, George Knight Budd, started the institution in 1847 to assist the working-class longshoremen and boatmen who loaded and crewed the riverboats that plied the Mississippi.
DG KHAN -- After successful launch of pilot project school for gypsy kids, Commissioner Dera Ghazi Khan, Saqib Aziz opened boat school for boatmen children here on Wednesday.
Read tomorrow's Remember |When for more memories about the last of the Tees boatmen.
Villagers are dependent on the many boatmen who ply the river to take their produce to market, their children to school, and their relatives to ceremonies and festivities.
A possible scenario could be six boatmen to supervise safely the boats for hire to the public, cleaning the swan mess at the edge of the landing, maintaining the toilets, and ongoing repairs to damaged boats and equipment.
Varanasi, Mar 1 ( ANI ): Residents, particularly, the boatmen community in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi city expressed concern over the rapid decrease in the depth of water of the River Ganges.
Noel McCurdy added: "All boatmen certainly have a high regard for the sea and so would Johnny.
And 40 of the original canal boatmen, men who worked on the Grand Canal until CIE closed it to commercial traffic in 1959, are still alive.
BOATMEN at the Port of Liverpool are on the verge of strike action over plans to transfer them to a private company.
The conservationists have enlisted the help of unlikely activists: boatmen who push the trajineras with long wooden poles.