Merchant

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merchant ships   (商船)

He destroyed 37 naval and merchant ships.

Siam was also rewarded with confiscated German merchant ships.

Bulk carriers have a cross-section typical of most merchant ships.

merchant ship   (商船)

In 1959, a Byzantine merchant ship was found near Marzamemi.

She was sold as merchant ship in 1828.

On 12 May, Khmer Rouge forces seized the , a U.S. merchant ship.

merchant vessels   (商船)

Soon he rose to the rank of officer on merchant vessels.

In 1999 no merchant vessels were operating.

She also captured three American merchant vessels in 1813.

wealthy merchant   (豪商)

His father was John Baring, a wealthy merchant.

He was a very wealthy merchant and hacendado.

Bartholomew was a wealthy merchant and Mayor of Salisbury in 1487 and 1507.

merchant vessel   (商船)

The German merchant vessel sank on 2 April.

The ship was the 18-gun "Ovidor", a Portuguese merchant vessel.

This was to be the boat's first and only attack on any Allied merchant vessel.

merchant marine

In 2002 the Azerbaijani merchant marine had 54 ships.

In 2002, the Azerbaijani merchant marine had 54 ships.

The act signified the birth of the modern American merchant marine.

merchant shipping   (商船)

Thus the Baltic Sea has long been crossed by much merchant shipping.

From time to time, they also preyed upon American merchant shipping.

Later writers noted merchant shipping links between Bengal and Roman Egypt.

local merchant

The community was named after Willis M. Crowe, a local merchant.

When visited by a local merchant, she admits that she has received a letter from her son.

The community most likely was named after J. D. Carr, a local merchant and railroad employee.

wine merchant

Yardley worked as a wine merchant outside cricket.

He was a publican and wine merchant outside of politics.

Carl was a shoemaker and wine merchant.

merchant and political

was a merchant and political figure in Nova Scotia.

John Homer John Homer (September 3, 1781 – March 3, 1836) was a merchant and political figure in Nova Scotia.

Henry Rutherford Henry Rutherford (before 1783 – ca 1808) was a merchant and political figure in Nova Scotia.

merchant family   (商人家族)

Al Ruwaili hails from a merchant family near the Red Sea.

10 December] 1880 in a merchant family in Nizhny Novgorod.

Laubmann was born in the merchant family of Eugen Laubmann and Ida.

armed merchant   (武装商人)

During World War I, "Principe Umberto" served as an armed merchant cruiser.

"Prince Henry" underwent conversion to an armed merchant cruiser at Montreal.

Two of the German vessels left Callao on 1 April and the armed merchant cruiser moved to intercept.

merchant and politician

Seyler") was a Hamburg banker, merchant and politician.

Robertson Gladstone, second son of the first Baronet, was a merchant and politician.

Matthew Cradock (disambiguation) Matthew Cradock (died 1641) was a merchant and politician.

became a merchant

He became a merchant and moved to Wisconsin in 1836.

He later became a merchant and an insurance solicitor.

In 1853, he returned to Bedford, and became a merchant.

merchant fleet   (商船隊)

The merchant fleet and factories were destroyed.

The Japanese merchant fleet lost 80% of their ships.

Denmark has a large merchant fleet relative to its size.

merchant navy   (商人海軍)

The Falkland Islands do not have a merchant navy.

Our merchant navy, our transport navy needs protection.

In 1813, the Greek merchant navy was made up of 615 ships.

timber merchant

His father was a timber merchant.

), who was a timber merchant.

The site was then purchased by a timber merchant and converted to a large timber yard.

merchant class

Rothe House is an example of a house owned by Kilkenny's merchant class.

Chauncy was born into the elite Puritan merchant class that ruled Boston.

Chauncy was thus a staunch and loyal supporter of the political, social, religious, and economic merchant class status quo.

merchant service

"Bruiser" was sold into merchant service in 1946.

"Bruiser" was sold in 1946 for merchant service as "Nilla".

After some years in the merchant service, he joined the navy as a first class volunteer.

successful merchant

He was also a successful merchant in the woollen trade.

He became a successful merchant and business leader in Sydney.

Le Borgne was a highly successful merchant in France and had financed d’Aulnay in his Acadian trade.

merchant named

The ships were registered in Macau under a Portuguese merchant named João Carvalho.

A wealthy merchant named Melchior dies suddenly and his son Francis inherits his father's wealth.

There he served a rich and possibly also Jewish merchant named Juan Bilbao, who had accompanied him to Oran.

merchant bank

There he ran a new merchant bank in partnership with the Swiss investment dealer, C.L.

She then worked at a merchant bank, and was later appointed to the Trade Development Board.

This involved allegations against a number of parties including the merchant bank Fay Richwhite.

merchant cruiser

During World War I, "Principe Umberto" served as an armed merchant cruiser.

"Prince Henry" underwent conversion to an armed merchant cruiser at Montreal.

Two of the German vessels left Callao on 1 April and the armed merchant cruiser moved to intercept.

armed merchant cruiser   (武装商人巡洋艦)

During World War I, "Principe Umberto" served as an armed merchant cruiser.

"Prince Henry" underwent conversion to an armed merchant cruiser at Montreal.

Two of the German vessels left Callao on 1 April and the armed merchant cruiser moved to intercept.

merchant banker   (マーチャントバンカー)

Khan is a merchant banker by training and started his career at the London firm of J. Henry Schroder Wagg & Co. Ltd.

Henry Thornton, a merchant banker and monetary theorist has been described as the father of the modern central bank.

Michael Verey Michael John Verey TD (12 October 1912 - 2000) was a British merchant banker and former chairman of Schroders.

merchant seamen

These figures do not include 1,200 killed while on duty with the Home Guard, or 32,000 civilian merchant seamen lost at sea.

The men in the lifeboat at the start of the film were mainly local merchant seamen, many of whom had already been torpedoed.

In his twenty years of service between San Francisco and Point Barrow, he acted as: judge, doctor, and policeman to Alaskan natives, merchant seamen and whaling crews.

merchant seaman   (商船員)

Born in London, he was educated at Bristol Cathedral School before becoming a merchant seaman.

Instead of marrying another Californian, Carrillo fell in love with American merchant seaman, Henry Delano Fitch.

His mother was a native of County Cork, Ireland, and was previously married to William H. Belcher, a merchant seaman.

cloth merchant   (布商人)

Draper (disambiguation) A draper is a cloth merchant.

The personage depicted was possibly a cloth merchant or burgemeester.

Richard was a cloth merchant with premises in both the City of London and Reading in Berkshire.