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Marinership
Marinership Mar"i*ner*ship, n. Seamanship. [Obs.] --Udalt.

Meaning of Mariners from wikipedia

- Since July 1999, the Mariners' home ballpark has been T-Mobile Park, located in the SoDo neighborhood of Seattle. The "Mariners" name originates from...
- A mariner is a sailor. Mariner or Mariners may also refer to: CBL-Mariner, a free and open source cloud infrastructure operating system based on Linux...
- A notice to mariners (NOTMAR, or NTM[failed verification]) advises mariners of important matters affecting navigational safety, including new hydrographic...
- by John Hutchinson, who has appeared in 263 games for the Mariners. Central Coast Mariners' bid for a franchise in the Football Federation Australia's...
- came to Mariners as a college pastor. He has overseen Mariners growth from a church of less than 300 to one of nearly 17,000. History - Mariners Church...
- loss at home, the Mariners were able to win seven consecutive matches at Topper Stadium. Despite this home ground record, Mariners were never able to...
- qualifications in each particular country. Mariners that do not have a license are referred to as unlicensed mariners or ratings. In the United States, the...
- Julia Anderson, Mariners' benefactress. In August 1990, the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan filed a lawsuit claiming jurisdiction over Mariners' Church as a...
- **** Vertlieb Reggie Waller List of Seattle Mariners managers "Mariners All-Time Owners". Seattle Mariners. Retrieved June 16, 2016. Thiel, Art (November...
- "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" (originally "The Rime of the Ancyent Marinere") is the longest major poem by the English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge...
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