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1Aviation Nautical tripulación feminineRailways personal masculinecabin/flight crew — personal de cabina/vuelo
- ground crew — personal de tierra
- ten passengers and three crew were killed — murieron diez pasajeros y tres miembros de la tripulación
- crew member — miembro de la tripulación
- The professionalism of the captain, officers and crew of the Wecoma contributed greatly to the success of the cruise.
- We thank the captains, officers and crew of the R.V L' Atalante and the Aguadomar and Caraval scientific teams for their efficient work at sea.
- It was an honor to dine at the captain's table, and indeed all the officers and crew were exceptional.
- Within half an hour, the pirates had assembled all the officers and crew and taken them to the captain's cabin.
- For several weeks, Clarkson haunted Bristol waterfront pubs to see how officers recruited their crews.
- Station Officer Power directed his crew and set up a fire block to prevent the fire spreading further.
- During the voyage you will meet the captain, Commander Paul Porter, be entertained by the officers and crew, and given a full tour of HMS York.
- During the three-day stay in Southampton, officers and crew have been involved in a number of projects in the city.
- The building had a small chancel lit by a stained glass window, in memory of the officers and crew lost at sea on HMS Atalanta.
- Karla briefed the crew as Pilot Officer Kellogg flew the shuttle to the planet out over the ocean and brought it in to the LZ fast and low to avoid detection.
- In all the years that I spent in the Navy, I never served with a crew and officers like Seaview's!
- So essentially the officers and the crew are eating their way out of the food supplies.
- The officers and crews had already been up for some time.
- The Norwegian freighter has no doctor and only enough food and facilities for 27 officers and crew.
- Her officers and crew, visiting dignitaries, families and friends, toast her health.
- The Arizona had been my home; a city on water for her crew and officers.
- Aboard were twenty naval officers, a crew of 200, and a scientific staff of five.
- They were more than just officers and crew in the same unit, they were family.
- All 118 officers and crew inside the submarine died when the pride of the Russian fleet sank after suffering a huge explosion in August last year.
- I have a tremendous amount of respect for the crew and the officers of the ship who managed to keep us all alive.
- In addition to training the ship's crew, there's the matter of getting the air crews shipshape.
- One member of the train crew was killed, and two nearby residents asphyxiated from breathing the gas.
- The railway is operated by fully trained crews and is open all day Monday to Friday, running each hour from 10 am to 4 pm.
- At the High Court in Leeds, Judge Peter Langan ruled the ballot carried out to see if members in the operational train crew wanted to go on strike was unlawful.
- Currently, most trains are operated with two-person crews - the train operator and the conductor.
- A sudden movement like that would have killed the crew of that ship immediately; no one could take that much momentum at one time!
- Did D intend to kill the crew of the aircraft on which he placed a bomb, as well as intending (as he admits) to claim the insurance money on the cargo?
- The station and crossing are unmanned and the train crew operate the gates.
- Once in place, members had the added responsibility of training the international crews on the operation of these systems.
- A member of the train crew put out a call for medical assistance.
- Both members of the crew were killed instantly when the missile hit their aircraft.
- The Norwegian ship and its crew did what all seamen would do: rescue others in need at sea.
- The galleon trade provided the first opportunity for native Filipinos to leave the islands as members of the crews aboard the Spanish ships.
- It is thought that most Viking ships probably carried some tents of this type to provide shelter, at least for the more important members of the crew, when the ship was away from home.
- The latest hold-up involves a new office block for train operating companies, which will include facilities for train crews.
- Paul, Val and the team will follow the progress of the ship's crew as they continue their Able Seaman training programme.
- Certain members of the crews of both ships were also decorated.
- A US Navy crew operated the ship.
- Inside, the crew closely followed the team each inch of the way until they reached the escape hatch.
- ground crew — personal de tierra
2(team)equipo masculinethe stage crew — los tramoyistas
- winning crew — equipo ganador
- Residents had called the police who, together with a NSW Ambulance rescue crew, mounted a search in the drain.
- It is the latest in a seemingly increasing phenomenon of attacks on ambulance crews and firefighters while on duty.
- Emergency workers like firefighters, ambulance crews and nurses need to be fully protected.
- Police sealed off the area around the depot and firefighters and ambulance crews were called to the scene.
- Firefighters and ambulance crews are subjected to attacks in the area.
- An ambulance crew and firefighters eventually arrived to cut the shivering dad from the vehicle.
- Police, firefighters and ambulance crews were called and four people were taken to Colchester General Hospital with minor injuries.
- The Humberside police helicopter was put on standby as police, firefighters and ambulance crews attended the scene.
- Firefighters, ambulance crews and police were called to the factory at 10 am.
- The Bolton Mountain Rescue team and two ambulance crews went to help her.
- An incident support officer rushed to the scene, closely followed by a paramedic ambulance crew.
- But there is one situation that rescue crews are monitoring very closely.
- Camps located in nonurban settings must understand that rural ambulance and emergency crews may be volunteers.
- Ade Hurren, station officer, said crews would be distributing the leaflets to all Seymour households this weekend.
- Officer Raymond said crews faced the death-wish teenagers every time they turned out along a certain stretch of road.
- And so when an officer or his crew makes a mistake of this magnitude or proportion, the end state is the same.
- Pete Muckle, Stow fire station officer, said his crew was called to four incidents caused by the storm.
- Fire officers and crews were quick to arrive at the scene yesterday and the immediate area was sealed off.
- We invited the media, which was no less than four cameras and three of those news crews and associated media and journalists.
- Plus, retail operations bring the expense of larger staffs, i.e., crews of sales associates to man the stores.
- winning crew — equipo ganador
3(gang, band)banda femininepandilla feminine
- I moved into a new place, started playing sports again, and I now have a totally great crew of close friends!
- Oddly enough, when most of my friends and relatives were rooting for Dorothy and her crew, I was on the side of the Witch.
- Don't invite your new gang to your old crew's annual end-of-summer outdoor bash.
- On Soundchambers, this crew of German abstractionists locks together to form a constantly shifting musical triangle.
- What a motley crew we are - much more so, I say from my experience, than journalists and politicians.
- A motley crew we looked with our sweets and drink we brought in our selves but they loved it.
1I'm crewing for him — formo parte de la tripulación de su yate
- The staff that crewed the vehicles worked for six weeks, on standby 24 hours a day, seven days a week, before they got a week off.
- The purpose-built yacht is crewed by four to five professional sailors, out of whom only the skipper is paid a salary.
- Once Jenna and Allison had sat down she said, ‘As you know this ship is primarily crewed by the engineering staff, rather than military crew.’
- Meanwhile, the only crewed space vehicle in development by the US is the CEV - the Crewed Exploration Vehicle.
- This may mean temporarily moving personnel or vehicles to fire stations that are unable to crew vehicles for various reasons, including sickness.
- It is one thing to buy 105 vehicles at a cost of $750 million, but it is another thing when we do not actually have the people to crew those vehicles.
- Partially disabled, his craft is captured by a huge, whale-like space vessel crewed by a handful of rather unfriendly aliens.
- Earlier, an attack on an oil tanker rammed by two explosive-laden boats left five sailors and the attackers crewing the boats dead.
- They eventually found two boats, one of them a fishing vessel crewed by Thais which had been seized off Somalia.
- It is equally unlikely that Irish Ferries' customers care who crews the ships.
- In November 2000 they set off for a five-day training run and found themselves crewing the boat into the teeth of a force eight south-westerly gale.
- Craig Alexander and Barry Scott, both 27, realised that crewing expensive yachts under a Caribbean sun offered more than fun.
- While the airline is not prepared to indicate how much it will cost to hire fully crewed aircraft to keep most of their flights running, aviation experts have indicated that the cost would likely top €500,000 a day.
- And he says it's a classic example of why only Australian-owned and crewed ships should be allowed in Australian waters.
- Every form of sailing imaginable is on offer here, from beginners' dinghy lessons on the lake-like waters of North Sound to fully crewed yachts.
- His brother Robin, 33, crewed the boat at the last minute and left a pregnant wife to grieve and to bring up a child who will never know his father.
- Paramedics have told Scotland on Sunday it is likely that hundreds of lives would be saved each year if ambulances were properly crewed.
- John Agnew helped to crew the British boat Aera in its dash from Sydney to Hobart harbour
- Foreign-built and/or crewed ships were excluded from colonial trade and most exports and imports were to be carried via English and Scottish ports.
- The ships are crewed by 72 Royal Fleet Auxiliary personnel and there is also provision for 26 Royal Navy personnel for helicopter and weapons systems operations.
- Anna tasted success on the world stage two years ago, when she crewed for her big sister Katie when they were the first all girl boat in the World Championships in Hobart, Tasmania.
- Ed and Joe got involved with the round-Britain challenge when they crewed for the owners John and Lisa Forbes to bring the yacht to Plymouth.
- Noyes, 47, crewed for Krause from 1983 to 1993 and didn't begin driving until 1994.
- Earnhardt compares the chemistry to what he developed with Kirk Shelmerdine, who crewed for four of Earnhardt's championship seasons.
- Still, Warthen, who also crewed for the Real World season set in Seattle, and Kunitz agree this is the most open cast of any previous episodes.
- But most members of the Liverpool Pedalo Club who crewed with Mark Latham see him in a very different light.
- He was supposed to be crewing and he hadn't even met the captain yet.
- Emily's success is aided and abetted by her mum, Deirdre, who crews for Emily at all the rides.
- She spent the summer crewing on a sailboat in Newport.
- There was a welcome return to the fleet of Ian Frith crewing in Deva for the first time since his recent accident.
- Roped in to crew for an older friend, they fed me cider until I wobbled.
- I was asked to crew by the commodore.
- For two years I had to crew as a deckhand on a trawler so we could keep the business going.
- I like to sail and am currently training up my three children to crew, so that I can relax, just sit back and listen to the sea lapping at the boat.
- As a weapons systems officer with the ‘Triple Nickel,’ DeBellevue scored his first four aerial victories while crewing with Capt. Steve Ritchie, who became the first Air Force Vietnam War ace.
- Won 470 class at U.S. Olympic trials crewing for Katie McDowell.
- She had been sold as a slave, and told me she had been crewing as a cabin boy for half a year.
- Offspring also crewed with Claude Theiler, Chris Goedhart, Andrew Dove from Guadeloupe and Pedro Jonker from St. Maarten.
- So he backpacked across New Zealand, then crewed on a sailboat in the Gulf of Mexico.
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