board a vesselの例文
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- He shipped as cabin boy on board a vessel bound to the West Indies and during the next two or three years he rose rapidly to the rank of captain in 1817, when he was only nineteen years of age.
- Gale and Polden, 1957 : " The battle honours displayed on board a vessel of the Royal Navy show where the ship herself or her forebears have served for the protection and honour of our country . " ( p . 15 ).
- Thus, Executive Jet, properly read, holds that if a tort occurred on board a vessel on the navigable waters, the situs test applies, but if the tort involved an airplane, then the " significant relationship " requirement is added.
- However, according to 46 U . S . C . S . 10101 ( 3 ), a seaman is an individual ( " except scientific personnel, sailing school instructors, or sailing school students " ) engaged or employed in any capacity on board a vessel.
- British Marines received the allowance when in the field ( i . e ., not serving on board a vessel ); the NSW Marines received the allowance for the duration of their three-year enlistment, relieving the Admiralty or the government of the colony of the responsibility of providing messing facilities.