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Callum Armstrong May 17
I know this is geeky, but one of the most interesting things about being on board a ship with such a multicultural crew, is seeing how different people use (or don’t use) cutlery... Honestly, the mess room is a fascinating place to be if you’re a people watcher like me!
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Thorold Tourism 16h
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ABCd(`・∀・)b May 19
My Characters [Male x Male]
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NorthernGirlonFire May 19
I'm cofident that we'll get Jonsa tonight and I for one can't wait.
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Jason Mowry 37m
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Leena Maria 4h
Instagram post by Leena Maria
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Abdullah May 14
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Spooky Team 13h
“The engineers surpassed the three giant lamps of the Grim Eagle by bolting a massive laser to the prow, the beam of which could be visible on the moon.” Read THE FICTION HISTORY OF SHIPS ebook for only $1.99!
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Steven B Spears IStanChy 55m
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Paul May 17
What mining downturn
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Cruising Lovers May 15
A is safe in but that's not what are for.
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Cruising Lovers May 16
are the nearest things to dreams that hands have ever made.
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Beckett Rankine May 17
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FORWARD SHIPS 10h
Now is the time to move in reducing by . With our -ready , we are at full speed ahead to from oil to and then .
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ConsultMARITIME May 12
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William Caulfield 16h
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Ave atque vale 💔 May 12
I don’t only . But I also ship a strict friendships between two people. All the way from the show Clarke and Bellamy. They are good friends and basically brother and sister. They do what they need to protect their own. They have a strong bond. I adore it💕
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Dr. Bríd McGrath May 20
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KROHNE Group 24h
Get to know KROHNE Marine and read this interesting article!
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Into the Trees 9h
Prison coastline East Head I found poking up from sandy grave a stone finger fitting reminder that prisoners who died were often chucked overboard or buried in the dunes. Tis rumoured their wander betwixt beach and churchyard hoping for a proper burial
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