Examples of All Hands
All hands, abandon ship!
The ship sunk and all hands were lost.
The ship sank and all hands were lost.
Most students still believe in taking the summer off, a tradition that comes from our days as an agrarian society when all hands were needed in the fields.
(Forbes - Education, )
When HMS Victory, Britain’s most fearsome warship, went down with all hands in a vicious storm in the English Channel in 1744, the recriminations were bitter.
(The Independent - Science, )
With just eight weeks left until the British public decide on their next Prime Minister, Ed Miliband has decided it is all hands to the pumps and rolled out his ace card, the wife and kids, writes Quentin Letts.
(Daily Mail - News, )
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