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PACKET or PACKET-BOAT to PARSLING

PARTING to PAYING-OFF

PAYING-OUT, or PAYING-AWAY to PILOT

PIN of a block to PLANKING
PIN of a block
PINK
PINNACE
PINTLES
PIRATE
PITCH
To PITCH the seams
PITCHING
PLANE
PLANKING

PLAT to POLE-MAST

Under bare POLES to PRAM or PRAME

PRATIC to PROP

PROTEST to PURSER


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PINTLES

PINTLES, certain pins or hooks, fastened upon the back part of the rudder, with their points downwards, in order to enter into, and rest upor the googings, fixed on the stern-post to hang the rudder. See HELM.


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