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#160963 07/18/06 07:33 PM
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While we're at it, in old-style ships, how do you call the ship's wooden parapet/wall/railing?

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My picture dictionary says bulwark, but I'm open to correction from the more nautically inclined.


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Yep, that's it. Thanks.

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