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boatman
Boat bug Boat" bug` (Zo["o]l.) An aquatic hemipterous insect of the genus Notonecta; -- so called from swimming on its back, which gives it the appearance of a little boat. Called also boat fly, boat insect, boatman, and water boatman.
Boatman
Boatman Boat"man, n.; pl. Boatmen. 1. A man who manages a boat; a rower of a boat. As late the boatman hies him home. --Percival. 2. (Zo["o]l.) A boat bug. See Boat bug.
Boatmanship
Boatmanship Boat"man*ship, n. The art of managing a boat.
Water boatman
Water boatman Wa"ter boat`man (Zo["o]l.) A boat bug.
water boatman
Boat bug Boat" bug` (Zo["o]l.) An aquatic hemipterous insect of the genus Notonecta; -- so called from swimming on its back, which gives it the appearance of a little boat. Called also boat fly, boat insect, boatman, and water boatman.

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- Olive Ann Oatman (September 7, 1837—March 21, 1903) was a woman born in Illinois. While traveling from Illinois to California with a company of Mormon...
- Oatman is a village in the Black Mountains of Mohave County, Arizona, located at an elevation of 2,710 feet (830 m). It began as a small mining camp when...
- Oatman may refer to: Oatman (surname) Oatman, Arizona, a former mining town in the Black Mountains of Mohave County, Arizona, United States Oatman Drug...
- Oatman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Billy Oatman (born 1965), left-handed American ten-pin bowler and a member of the Professional...
- Oatman Flat, is a flat, south of Oatman Mountain, on the south bank of the Gila River and north of the mouth of Wild Horse Canyon in Maricopa County,...
- Edward Cole "Eddie" Oatman (June 10, 1889 – November 5, 1973) was a Canadian professional ice hockey player. He was among the elite goal scorers of his...
- Mary Ann Oatman (1844–1851) was the sister of Olive Oatman and a survivor of abusive abduction by an unknown tribe—possibly the Yavapai people, though...
- The Oatman Drug Company Building, located at 1 Main St. in Oatman, Arizona, was built in 1915. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic...
- dangerous curves. However, one section through the Black Mountains outside Oatman, Arizona, was fraught with hairpin turns and was the steepest along the...
- the Yavapi took thirteen-year-old Olive Oatman, along with her seven-year old sister Mary Ann, captive. The Oatman girls lived with the Yavapi until they...
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