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use "buccaneer" in a sentence

;buccaneer S.1 :First production model, powered by de Havilland gyron Junior turbojet engines.

Anson intended to demonstrate that he was a disciplined military officer rather than a ruthless buccaneer, and so treated his prisoners well, including assigning a guard for the women
less than willing to embrace dissenting points of view.

His manner is usually brusque, impatient, and distrustful.

Keith writes: "Though Nebel could be brusque and even imperious in the phone, he was always a sympathetic listener and compasionate host." They'll all die, was the brusque observation of the doctor, who had taken one glimpse and gone out.

But fourth, beneath her brusque front, she had a heart of gold - many local people testified to her good deeds.

And Zandvliet's Land of Mine is the Second World War tale of a group of german POWs captured by the Danish army and forced into a new kind of service under the command of a brusque Danish sergeant.

He is a brusque person who has a tendency to be dismissive, but he is accentuating the winning side of his personality," he said.

He is defending his blunt approach and tweaking his delivery to address concerns even among Republicans that he comes off as somewhat brusque.

House, who engaged in a brusque exchange with Casa grande Alliance Chairman Thomas Anderson, called it "a grand experiment” because marijuana cannot grow well above 80 degrees.

"I like round numbers," says Frankel, a brusque New Yorker who moved to Miami in 1972 and owned a drugstore before opening his first Subway outlet in 1988.

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