Beachcomber

A sailor who does not want to work that loafs around ports. -To salvage goods found washed up on shores.

beachcomber

[n] - a vagrant living on a beach
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Beachcomber

The simulated driftwood, charcoal and lava rock fuel bed for the electric fire
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beachcomber

noun a vagrant living on a beach
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Beachcomber

A sailor who does not want to work that loafs around ports. -To salvage goods found washed up on shores.
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Beachcomber

A sailor who does not want to work that loafs around ports. -To salvage goods found washed up on shores.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21756

Beachcomber

A sailor who does not want to work that loafs around ports. -To salvage goods found washed up on shores.
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Beachcomber

A Beachcomber is a person who practices beachcombing. It may also refer to: ...
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Beachcomber

[pen name] Beachcomber was the nom de plume used by two humorous columnists, D. B. Wyndham Lewis and, chiefly, J. B. Morton as authors of the Daily Express column `By the Way` in the period 1919–1975. Two other authors have also used the name: Major John Bernard Arbuthnot MVO, the column`s founder, and William Hartston, the current author...
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