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RE: Nautical Terms

 by Voltman , Thu Jul 29, 2010 8:18 am

"Hit the Deck" could just be from our use of the word deck for the ground. But it would mean the same on a ship as it does now providing they would have used the word Hit to mean get down on.


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Subject Author Date
Nautical Terms Voltman 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Sheldonboy 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms berniew 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms phil 07.27.2010
RE: Nautical Terms mikejee 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms phil 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms berniew 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms berniew 07.28.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Sheldonboy 07.29.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.29.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.29.2010
RE: Nautical Terms berniew 07.29.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Sheldonboy 07.29.2010
RE: Nautical Terms berniew 07.29.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.29.2010
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RE: Nautical Terms berniew 07.31.2010
RE: Nautical Terms Voltman 07.31.2010
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