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DAM to DEAD-WORK

DECKS to DEPTH of a sail
DECKS
Flush-DECK, or Deck-Flush fore and aft
Half-DECK
DECOY
DEEP-WAISTED
DEMURRAGE
DEPARTURE
DEPTH of a sail

DETACHMENT of a fleet or squadro to DOCK-YARDS

DOG to DOWN-HAUL-TACKLE

To DOWSE to DRIVING

DROP to DUNNAGE


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DEMURRAGE

DEMURRAGE, an allowance given to the commander of a trading ship by the merchants, for having detained him longer in port than the time previously appointed for his departure.


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