I dared not go below, I dared not leave the helm
, so here all night I stayed, and in the dimness of the night I saw it, Him
With all my strength I threw the helm
to starboard; but it was too late to effect the purpose of our skipper.
We both rushed up the cabin stairs, naturally under the impression that one of our crew had fallen into the sea: an impression shared, I ought to add, by the man at the helm, who had given the alarm.
Two away in the boat, a third at the helm, and, to my amazement, when I looked round, the other four behind me making our number complete.
At daylight by careful manipula- tion of the helm we got the foreyards to run square by themselves (the water keeping smooth) and then went about hauling the ropes tight.
Burns to put the helm down and let both anchors go one after another, leaving the ship to take as much cable as she wanted.
The sea continued to break over the vessel with such violence, that it was impossible to stand at the helm
without the assistance of lashings.
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correction engine is proprietary, the loudness measurement algorithms are based on international ITU-T: BS.
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Let's go back to tradition,'' Helm
said in describing why the couple chose to be married.
Some people have actually called the film `soft,' wishing that I'd made a scathing diatribe against Senator Helms
," states New York City--based filmmaker Tim Kirkman, referring to his intensely personal diary-documentary, Dear Jesse, which opens nationwide in July.
I have accepted the resignation of General Counsel Emily Helm
," said commission Chairman Kevin Lilly, the Houston businessman tapped by Gov.