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15 Four Naval Heroes

Robinson Curriculum

brew to be in the making
commerce the buying and selling of goods, especialy on a large scale, as between cities or nations
defend to make or keep safe from danger, attack, or harm
fault imperfection; defect
firth a long, narrow inlet of the sea
fleet a number of warships operating togetherunder one command
innocence freedom from sin, moreal wrong, or guilt
mutiny -n open revolt against authority, especially a rebellion of sailors against superior officers
ovation a show of public applause or welcome
persecute oppress or harass with ill-treatment
plunder to rob by force; pillage
prosperous enjoying economic well-being
sever separate or divide; cut
superintend to supervise or direct
volunteer one who performs or offers his services of his own free will
winsome charming, often in a naive way
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