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The troops released from Gallipoli wanted a lot of refitment, and would be slow in reaching the Transcaucasian frontier, where the Russians were threatening.. [Greenmantle]
Pirate vessels tended to be less aesthetic than purpose-built spacecraft; they were usually largely modular, with alterations made on them higgledy-piggledy at clandestine illegal refitment facilities out in the depths of space.. [INTELLIVORE]
With these regulations, joined to a due enforcement of discipline, I had the satisfaction to see my people orderly and full of zeal for the service in which we were engaged; and in such a state of health, that no delay at the Cape was required beyond the necessary refitment of the ship, and I still hoped to save a good part of the summer season upon the south coast of Terra Australis.. [A Source Book of Australian History]
Every thing necessary being completed, and an additional complement of naval stores, received for the refitment of the _Bounty_; dropped down to. [Voyage of H.M.S. Pandora Despatched to Arrest the Mutineers of the 'Bounty' in the South Seas, 1790-1791]
Janson, the Commodore's advocate, sent down the Viceroy of Canton's warrant for the refitment of the Centurion, and for supplying her people with all they wanted; and next day a number of Chinese smiths and carpenters went on board.. [Anson's Voyage Round the World The Text Reduced]
After their departure the Commodore with great impatience expected the resolution of the council, and the necessary licences for his refitment.. [Anson's Voyage Round the World The Text Reduced]
I found from his talks with me that Captain Semmes had fully made up his mind to seek rest and refitment of ship in some friendly port where we could go into dock and allow the little ship that had been our home for twenty-two months to be made anew.. [Recollections of a naval life : including the cruises of the Confederate States steamers, "Sumter" and "Alabama",]
He said they stood in urgent need of rest and refitment, but as usual he was full of fight and ready to meet any emergency.. 
Agamemnon is then to go to Gibraltar, for something like a refitment, having been without the slightest repair, in hull or rigging, sixteen months.. [The Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson]
Anchorage in Port Lincoln, and refitment of the ship.. [A Voyage to Terra Australis — Volume 2]
Whence this delay in executing the minister's order could arise, I knew not; but having heard that the Cumberland had been removed from her usual place, and fearing that her reparation and refitment might be the cause,. [A Voyage to Terra Australis — Volume 2]
Time had been afforded for the refitment of the two disabled ships belonging to the British fleet, which being accomplished, admiral Ar -. [Memoirs of the war in the Southern department of the United States]
He immediately afterwards captured a hfge French ihip laden with timber and ftores intended foV the refitment of. two fhips of the line which then Jay unfit forfea at Mahon; and on his progrefs up the gulph of Lyons te-captured two Englifh fhips, which he carried with him into Nice.. [Biographia navalis; or, Impartial memoirs of the lives and characters of officers of the navy of Great Britain, from the year 1660 to the present time; drawn from the most authentic sources, and disposed in a chronological arrangement]
Mr. Graves had at this time only five fhips of the line, and one of fifty guns, in a condition for fervice; two others, the Prudent and Rpbufl, being in.a. date of neceflary refitment, and not capable of being made ready for fca ifi lefs than ten days.. [Biographia navalis; or, Impartial memoirs of the lives and characters of officers of the navy of Great Britain, from the year 1660 to the present time; drawn from the most authentic sources, and disposed in a chronological arrangement]
Investigator; but from this order of the captain-general, I found myself considered in the light of a spy; my desire to know how far Mauritius could be useful as a place of refitment in the future part of my voyage -- a desire formed and expressed in the belief of its being a time of peace, was made a plea for depriving me of liberty and the result of more than two years of risk and labour.. [A Voyage to Terra Australis — Volume 2]
With these regulations, joined to a due enforcement of discipline, I had the satisfaction to see my people orderly and full of zeal for the service in which we were engaged; and in such a state of health that no delay at the Cape was required beyond the necessary refitment of the ship.”. [The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders]