When you stop to think about it… sailing is pretty amazing. From a historical perspective, through its role in travel, trade and war, it was the absolute hinge of western civilization for hundreds of years. Nice list! Here are 10 more old sailing phrases that I thought would be interesting enough to add with their current meanings in parentheses : 1.
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We also have another joiner with us to share our boat rental. We are departure in the evening in order to be at Ratchaprapa Dam in the morning and to see the first light. Due to road is under construction and traffic so we arrive there quite late. However, everything is release once we get the fresh air and a wonderful atmosphere. Then my happiness moment is gone when Phrae Nang Pai calls us and tells us that they have to give our room to the others and they offer us to stay at Phrae Klong Mon instead. But as we have another joiners who stay at Phrae Klongka, we cannot stay there because it is on the other side. So we call our joiners, Khun Ae and family and they invite us to stay with them.
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We often say things that have a specific meaning, yet we don't know the history behind the saying. Here are 30 of those. Many others have disputed histories, such as "in the weeds," "rule of thumb," and "back to square one" -- whereas others are simply unknown.