SAILS


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AcronymDefinition
SAILSStandardized Assessment of Information Literacy Skills
SAILSStandard Army Intermediate Level Supply (Sub)system
SAILSStock Appreciation Income-Linked Securities
SAILSStrategic Analysis of Integrated Logistics Systems
SAILSStudent Alumni Involved for Lake State
SAILSSimplified Aircraft Instrument Landing System
SAILSStandard Army Intermediate Level Logistics System Supply
SAILSStandard Army Integrated Logistic System
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A lateen sail was visible in the direction of Cat Island, and others to the south seemed almost motionless in the far distance.
When they caught a boat like this at sea, they would steal everything on it; and after they had taken the people off they would sink the ship and sail back to Barbary singing songs and feeling proud of the mischief they had done.
This we did, and the sails were hoisted, but before we had made any way the rocs reached their despoiled nest and hovered about it, uttering frightful cries when they discovered the mangled remains of their young one.
The only sail noticeable was a foreign schooner with all sails set, which was seemingly going westwards.
In an hour; as soon as provisions could be got aboard and the sails put up.
On the part of the ship in sight, on the contrary, two more small sails were run up at the extremities of the masts.
He said people in ships always wetted the sails before they put them up.
When he sails, he sits down, but he stands up to paddle.
Granet fastened his oilskins and stooped for a moment to alter one of the sails.
With our large sails and the healthy breeze romping up the Carquinez Straits, we found that our sailing was what is called "ticklish.
In a sand-boat, which has runners like a sled and sails like a ship.
All that may be done is already carried out, for we have stuffed the gape with sails and corded it without and within.