Rabbits

Naval Naval slang name given to articles taken, or intended to be taken, ashore privately. Originally 'rabbits' were things taken ashore improperly (i.e. theft or smuggling - the name arose from the ease with which tobacco, etc., could be concealed in the inside of a dead rabbit) but with the passenger of time the application of the word spr...
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