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Describing an anchor when it hangs by its ring at the cathead or from the hawsehole ready for letting go.

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The situation of a vessel when she lies with all her sails furled and her helm lashed a-lee.

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The situation of the helm when it is put in the opposite direction from that in which the wind blows.

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When the cable is hove taut so as to bring the vessel nearly over her anchor. The yards are a-peek when they are topped up by contrary lifts.

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Said of an anchor cable when its line angle approximates a continuation of the fore stay line .

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In the direction of the stern. The opposite of ahead.

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(See TAUNT.)

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The situation of the anchor when it is raised clear of the ground. The same as a-weigh.

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The situation of the helm when it is put in the direction from which the wind blows.

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The same as a-trip.

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The quantity measured by a sound level meter in which the frequency response is weighted according to the A-weighting curve (see IEC publication 651).

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Agency for International Development.

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American Maritime Cases

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American Petroleum Institute

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American Society of Mechanical Engineers

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American Society For Testing and Materials. -- a society for developing standards for materials and test methods.

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American Trucking Association.

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A/C

Account.

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