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BACK of the post to BALANCE of the mizen

BALANCE of the boom sail to BARK

BARNACLE to BEAMS

BEAMS to BED of a river

BED of a cannon to BIGHT

BILANDER to BLACK-STRAKES

BLADE to Trim the BOAT!

To bale the BOAT to BOLT-ROPE

BOMB to BOTTOM

BOTTOM to BOX-HAULING

BOXING to To BREAK-UP

BREAK-WATER to BRIDLES of the bowline
BREAK-WATER
To BREAM
BREAST-FAST
BREAST-HOOKS
BREAST-WORK
BREECHING
BREEZE
BREWING
BRIDLES
BRIDLES of the bowline

BRIG, or BRIGANTINE to Ship-BUILDING

Ship-BUILDING to BUNTINE

BUNTLINES to BUTTONS


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BRIDLES

BRIDLES, the upper-part of the moorings laid in the king's harbours to ride ships or vessels of war. See the article MOORINGS.


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