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go to sea

to become a sailor. I went to sea at an early age. When I get older, I'm going to go to sea too.
See also: sea
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The source urged the citizens and visitors to keep the need for precautions and not to go to sea, owing to the high seas in times like these.
ELLIOTT, Louise Sam and Albert Go to Sea Wombat, 2010 unpaged $7.
He claimed he simply meant it is difficult to find young fit people to hire because "they don't want to go to sea these days".
The Coastguard encourages all who go to sea to learn, understand and obey the collision regulation.
His first ambition in life was to go to sea - either in the Royal Navy or the merchant service.
And while For Dancers Only may have been written by Modfather Paul Weller, it's overshadowed by the band's own Go To Sea - with a blistering Steve Cradock solo - and Just Get Over You, a scene-stealer up there with The Beatles' You've Got To Hide Your Love Away.
But he longed to go to sea and joined the Royal Navy at the age of 18, and made his career as a deep-sea diver.
Sir - i was amused to hear a spokesman tell Good Morning Wales that solicitors who face up to judges in court are as heroic as lifeboat men who go to sea in a storm.
Much of the problem has been caused by extreme weather making it impossible for the boats to go to sea.
It is set in 1718, in Philadelphia, where the Quaker Daniel Collins longs to go to sea.
After September 11, he begged to go to sea, to become a wartime hero.
Asked to go to sea, he joined a cargo ship as Chief Mate.
There are more opportunities for women to go to sea today than ever before.
Ewald explains that the salmon go to sea after spending a year or two in the freshwater lake.
You probably go to Sea World, sit in the front row at the Shamu show, then complain when you get wet.