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I can't see the sails very well," the helmsman an- swered me, in strange, quavering tones.
Good full, sir," cried the helmsman in a frightened, thin, childlike voice.
When the pirates saw all this, then at last they bade the helmsman to put the ship to land.
I missed my late helmsman awfully,-- I missed him even while his body was still lying in the pilot-house.
I had made up my mind that if my late helmsman was to be eaten, the fishes alone should have him.
The ship having no steerage way, I had sent the helmsman away to sit down or lie down somewhere in the shade.
The body of the helmsman had moved slightly, but his head didn't budge on his neck, -- like a stone head fixed to look one way from a column.
In her new role, Debbie will oversee the underwriting, sales, and service of casualty insurance products for the large risk market, while continuing her leadership duties of Helmsman Management Services, Liberty Mutual s wholly-owned third-party administrator.
In her new role, Michel will oversee the underwriting, sales and service of casualty insurance products for the large risk market, while continuing her leadership duties at Helmsman Management Services, Liberty Mutual's wholly-owned third-party administrator (TPA).
A LIFEBOAT helmsman was temporarily blinded during a night-time sea rescue when a laser light was shone in his eyes.
Senior helmsman Dave Lowe said: "We are pleased to accept this award not only on behalf of our station but also our colleagues throughout our charity.
The helmsman directed a crew member to swim out to assist the casualty and he was then able to release his kite.
Helmsman Park Kyung-nam identified the third mate as Park Han-kyul.
Helmsman Mark Reeves, 33, is to receive one of the RNLI's highest awards - the Thanks of the Institution on Vellum.
He blames his Indonesian helmsman Jacob Rusli Bin for not following orders, and of making a mistake, a last-minute corrective manoeuvre that caused a fatal delay in changing the ship's course.