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KAICLING or KECLING to KELSON

KETCH to KNOT
KETCH
KEVELS
KEY
KEYS
KINK
KNEE
KNEE of the head
KINGHT-HEAD or BOLLARD-TIMBER
KNIGHT-HEADS
KNITTLE
KNOT


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KEYS

KEYS, (attalons, Fr.) are also certain sunken rocks, lying near the surface of the water, particularly in the West-Indies.


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