sea rover


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Synonyms for sea rover

someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation

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The Sea Rover is suitable for all abilities and is totally accessible for wheelchair users.
Sea Rover bolted in by four-and-a-half lengths as Fairley partnered his first winner for trainer Mel Brittain.
On his first handicap venture after winning a Thirsk maiden on his racecourse debut, SEA ROVER can be counted unlucky not to have followed up at Newcastle.
A forecast outsider who could be primed to outrun its likely odds sNOTHING does more for a horse's price than a string of duck eggs and Sea Rover could prove a handsome price if returning to form in the apprentice handicap at Redcar (5.
A series of clever adaptations enabled the Land Rover to become a Sea Rover as well.
A forecast outsider who could be primed to outrun its likely odds NOTHING does more for a horse's price than a string of duck eggs and Sea Rover could prove a handsome price if returning to form in the apprentice handicap at Redcar (5.
MEL BRITTAIN made a very shrewd purchase when he snapped up Sea Rover at last year's Horsesin-Training Sales and the three-year-old is fancied to improve on this year's pleasing form by taking the Anderson Barrowcliff Handicap (3.
THE camera angle at Newcastle has bamboozled many an in-running punter in the past, and the pounds 10,000 matched on Sea Rover at 1.
MULTITUDE and David Allan took the 6f handicap for Tim Easterby after overhauling handicap debutant Sea Rover in the closing stages, the pair flashing past the post separated by a length on opposite sides of the course.
Another trainer to get off the mark for the season was Mel Brit-tain, who has his strongest team for many a year, and could have a nice prospect in Sea Rover, who made a six-length winning debut under Dean Mernagh to take the first division of the 6f older-horse maiden.
This work provides a detailed historical examination of sea rovers (an umbrella term used to cover pirates, privateers, and others with the same essential motivation of greed), how they lived, what they did, and how they did it.
Burg, in his book Sodomy and the Pirate Tradition: English Sea Rovers in the Seventeenth-Century Caribbean, writes of the piratical institution of "matelotage," in which one buccaneer was matched to a shipmate, each pledging mutual cooperation and companionship, with the understanding that if one died, all booty would go to the survivor.
Tasters not only got a sample of Faylor's chili, spiced with 12 different peppers, but also his theory that Scandinavian sea rovers were making chili 400 years before Christopher Columbus went exploring.
Ten handpicked youngsters - known as his Sea Rovers Patrol - were taught to use rifles and handguns by day.
And yes, in true Crimson Pirate fashion, these sea rovers were armedwith pistols and those fabled cutlasses, as effective in their day as the automatic rifles and rocket launchers that brought the Somali pirates their greatest prize so far.