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A merchant ship.
A merchant flotilla, fleet.
''Gremio, 'tis known my father hath no less Than three great
, besides two galliasses, And twelve tight galleys; these I will assure her, And twice as much, whate'er thou offer'st next. " Shakespeare, s:
., The Taming of the Shrew.
Popular englishing of the w:Argonautika of w: Apollonios Rhodios.
Roger chuckled. "I hope you don't think I'm a mere highbrow," he said. "As a customer said to me once, without meaning to be funny, `I like both the Iliad and the
.' The only thing I can't stand is literature that is unfairly and intentionally flavoured with vanilla. Confectionery soon disgusts the palate, whether you find it in Marcus Aurelius or Doctor Crane.
" Christopher Morley,
The Haunted Bookshop
A collection of lore.
Alteration of Italian
, after Ragusa, now Dubrovnik; a large ship
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