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  • I went by the name Sailor Wiggins, and I entertained children with a marionette I hand-carved from a renewable wood source.

    Master of Mirrors

  • I remember a little piece which he called the Sailor's Return: in which he tried to describe the feelings of an honest Tar, who, after a long absence, saw his dear native Village first rising into view.

    Letter 20

  • London was paid another princely $5 for a story biographer Irving Stone (in Sailor on Horseback, 1938) quite correctly called "one of our imperishable classics of the Northlands."

    “. . .confusion to the Mounted Police!”

  • Yeah, because Steve Sailor is such a passionate Bush defender and apologist.

    Matthew Yglesias » What’s the Joke?

  • Strike Group are conducting Search and Rescue (SAR) operations in the Persian Gulf after a Sailor from the guided-missile cruiser USS Princeton (CG 59) was discovered missing Sept. 13.

    Gulf War II

  • The name of the Sailor is being withheld while search operations continue.

    Gulf War II

  • The second of the revelations in Sailor on Horseback was the story that London had calculated a lethal dose of morphine and killed himself with it some time during the night of November 21-22, 1916.

    Wolf Dying: Page II

  • (NNS) -- The search and rescue efforts being conducted for a Sailor from the Little Creek-based USS Typhoon (PC 5) were called off Nov. 10 at 8: 45 a.m. Numerous ships and assets from the U.S. Navy and U.S.

    KIA KIA/BNR

  • From hoboes, bound east, I got word of him occasionally, when he happened to be ahead; and from them I learned that he had become interested in Sailor jack and was making inquiries about me.

    Hoboes That Pass in the Night

  • From hoboes, bound east, I got word of him occasionally, when he happened to be ahead; and from them I learned that he had become interested in Sailor Jack and was making inquiries about me.

    Hoboes That Pass in the Night

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