CRAFTS


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CRAFTSCollectors of Rare and Familiar Tools Society (est. 1977; Glen Rock, NJ)
CRAFTSCivil Reserve Auxiliary Fleet Ships
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The writer praises that class of pleasure vessels, and I am willing to endorse his words, as any man who loves every craft afloat would be ready to do.
It really was a violent storm, approaching a hurricane in force, and at one time it seemed as though the craft, having been heeled far over under a staggering wave that swept her decks, would not come back to an even keel.
A huge craft, long, low, and gray-painted, swung slowly over the crest of the nearest hill.
This voyage of eight hundred miles was a perilous venture on a craft of twenty tons, and at that season of the year.
Every one admits how praiseworthy it is in a prince to keep faith, and to live with integrity and not with craft.
Begin by learning some craft or another, and see how you can get on.
In great circles the air craft of the marauders swept lower and lower toward the defending forces of the therns.
As I came cautiously to the edge of the low cliff overlooking the Lost Sea of Korus I saw Thurid pushing out upon the bosom of the shimmering water in a small skiff--one of those strangely wrought craft of unthinkable age which the Holy Therns, with their organization of priests and lesser therns, were wont to distribute along the banks of the Iss, that the long journey of their victims might be facilitated.
But now I am aboard a craft I handle for myself, and must make shift to handle a second time with this frail pen.
As the warship, bearing Astok back to the court of his father, turned toward the west, Thuvia of Ptarth, sitting upon the same bench where the Prince of Dusar had affronted her, watched the twinkling lights of the craft growing smaller in the distance.
It was evident that they were considerably impressed by the appear-ance and dimensions of our craft, but as these fellows know no fear they were not at all awed.
If these men had come to his island from another, or from the mainland, why not utilize their craft to make his way to the country from which they had come?