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by Michael Springman
British naval victualling is a remarkable story of rising standards making ever more extended ...
Victualling 323 Walk Victualling Office, Department— The stomach. $. Vim — Spirit; energy. From the Latin vita, strength, Violet — A spring onion. Vixen — An ill-natured, snapping woman. Vocalier— A singer. SK-S. Voucher— A snide- pitcher.
by Joseph Haydn, Benjamin Vincent
June, 1880 VICTUALLING OFFICE (London), for managing the victualling of the royal navy, was instituted Dec. 1663. The number of commissioners was five, afterwards seven, and then reduced to six. The various departments on Tower- hill, ...
And of Election Petitions and Committees, for England, Scotland, and Ireland : Compiled from the Journals, Reports, Treatises, Minutes, and Statutes, from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by John David Chambers
with Treasury, Navy Office, Victualling Office, Ordnance, or on account of public service with Government, to furnish money to be remitted abroad or merchandize for public service ; so for ...
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Scrabble value of V4I1C3T1U1A1L1L1I1N1G2
The value of this 11-letter word is 17 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.