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A sailing ship is said to be sailing free when her sheets are eased, and running free when the wind is blowing from astern. To free the sheets, to ease them off to present a squarer aspect of the sails to the wind. For illus.

see points of sailing.

see points of sailing.

Subjects: Maritime History.


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