(1) Experienced merchants, men unafraid of risk and who commanded sufficient capital to acquire, arm, and victual a strong vessel, were as necessary to successful cruises as skilled captains, whose reputations could attract large crews.(2) Indeed he was never out of Europe, apart from a two-day trip to Tunis during the Second World War to victual the British Eighth Army that had just defeated Rommel.(3) Victual with me next Saturday(4) A voyage of such length, that no ship could victual for(5) A whole new industry was created and the steep sides of the Douro valley terraced and planted to victual the English shires.(6) Ah, all done, you'll be better within the hour, now I must go fetch you two some victuals .(7) For the first century the Royal Navy used the quays around Rosia Bay as their victualling yard.(8) The other was always held up to us as a model because she married a Government labourer in the Deptford victualling yard, and kept his room and the three children neat and tidy on eighteen shillings a week - until he took to drink.(9) I remained calm, though, because he would not go far without me, and I had plenty water and victuals to keep me going for some way yet.(10) And then I remembered the cider in my ice-chest, and after victuals and a brief respite, the evening started.(11) We may, if we choose, shift the boundaries between the two, since the boundaries are not immutable, and many things, such as navy victualling , can be done by either system.(12) If you equate vegetarian food with starch, stodge, and more starch, you'll be delighted to learn there's a restaurant in Singapore free of associations with vegetarian victuals and 1970s communes.(13) They were to get the same bread rations as active soldiers, plus a specified daily pay and an opportunity to buy victuals if a commissary was not providing the same.(14) After refuelling and victualling at Austal, Armidale headed north to Dampier where members of the sea training group were changed and contractors came on board to repair some minor defects to davits.(15) After the round of introductions, it was time for some victuals .(16) For example, British India calculated ├ö├ç├┐earnings, cargo carried to all ports and the freight rate applied, as well as passage times, victualling , fuel, loading and discharging costs├ö├ç├û.