She took a taxi from the stand opposite Kitson's hotel, and kelson took one, too.
The first plank of the ceiling next the kelson; the limber-strake.
kelson is a man of station and character, and if he undertakes your cause it is in itself a strong guarantee of its goodness.
Those which lie on the keel, and are fastened to it with bolts through the kelson.
Seven days later, Hamar again knocked at Curtis's and kelson's door and walked in.
We sent on our trunk by a wheelbarrow, while we followed, accompanied by Uncle kelson.
Knees brought in from side to side over the floor ceiling and kelson, to support the bottom, if bilged or weak, for heavy cargo.
Although his back was towards us, I at once felt sure that he was Uncle kelson.
Norman's next operation was the laying of his kelson “in dock.”
Uncle kelson did not press the point, and the old man took his departure.