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They were all clinker built of yellow pine, double fastened with copper nails, clinched over rooves.Loss of the Steamship 'Titanic'|British Government
"Well, we are here," said Artie, after Clinker's wound had been examined and dressed.An Undivided Union|Oliver Optic
They, the clinker canoes, are easily tightened when they spring a leak through being rattled over stones in rapids.
And now I will give my reasons for preferring the clinker-built cedar boat, or canoe, to any other.
There is only one objection to the clinker-built canoe that occurs to me as at all plausible.