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use "sail" in a sentence

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It will hurtle through the cosmos thanks to a large, solar-powered sail.

The hijacked ship was forced to sail towards a pirate enclave near El Hur.

He set sail on a ship called Strathmore and then lived in Mandurah.

It will be run by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society once it is ready to sail.

“I’d like to see somebody sail her for a summer and then give her to the museum.

The detained refugees were preparing to sail to Greece, Turkish authorities said.

Crews will be penalized if they sail over these boundaries toward hazardous areas.

The Sierra-Leone-flagged cargo ship apparently set sail from Turkey, he said.

Now we have found our crew and I am happy to sail with them to Margaritaville."

The newest strategy is not to sail all of the ships in any flotilla into Israeli hands.

We also hop onboard the 'Climate Sail' boat on its way to the UN climate summit in Paris.

I have constant back and shoulder aches and regularly sail perilously close to clinical depression.

The transporter, registered in Singapore, set sail from Southampton at about 20:20 GMT on Saturday.

A solitary speck of boat bobs on the water, tacking into a gentle breeze with its single white sail.

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