Origin of powerboat
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They say sometimes freight is carried up this river with a powerboat.Young Alaskans in the Far North
Having seen the exquisite dragged aboard the Duchess, most of the girls on the other powerboat gave their attention to the dog.The Girls of Central High in Camp
Gertrude W. Morrison
Too many cops about and so he grabbed a powerboat, paddled away from the docks at night and started for the open sea.The Radio Detectives Under the Sea
A. Hyatt Verrill
I think thats what is meant, assented the pilot and engineer of the powerboat the boys had chartered.
All day long the powerboat kept constantly moving down the reaches of the Danube River.
- a boat propelled by an inboard or outboard motor
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