عميد بحري, رئيس ناد لليخوت
- عميد بحريالبحريون
Noun(1) a commissioned naval officer who ranks above a captain and below a rear admiral; the lowest grade of admiral
(1) On promotion to commodore in December 1993 he became Director General, Naval Policy and Warfare, with responsibilities for development and co-ordination of strategic policy.(2) If, as is generally accepted, a commodore is needed to head the group, questions arise over his or her jurisdiction over the air group.(3) Tom, vice commodore of the sailing club, said he was most concerned about the children who regularly swam in the river, from the bank opposite the club.(4) When the day arrived after weeks of publicity and hype, sailors gathered at the Royal Varuna Yacht Club to register for their former commodore 's yacht race.(5) Bob was a good cook, sang bass in the local choir, and was commodore of the Avon Sailing Club.(6) At Tilbury she picked up 53 first-class passengers before Captain Richard Griffith, a 46-year-old commodore of the Atlantic Line, headed her down the Channel at a steady 13 knots.(7) The instructor passes a question about Maydays onto the commodore , as she has more experience of them than him.(8) When they see that our commodore has a more impressive uniform than their commodore , they will roll out the red carpet for me all the way from the dock to the bar.(9) However, I believe that people should understand that it is inappropriate to approach the commodore of their club with complaints when the commodore is sitting on his/her boat with family and guests.(10) ├ö├ç├┐Could be better,├ö├ç├û the commodore commanding the 1st Task Force admitted.(11) Stella Murdock, club commodore , said it had all gone very well - despite heavy rain.(12) The commodore was most interested in disarming him, obviously thinking that if he took the captain alive, he'd have an easier time taking the crew.(13) He was the commodore of the yacht club - everyone called him The Commodore - but all the kids were scared to sail with him.(14) The commodore pressed the young pirate, taking the aggressive stance Duff was used to taking, and forcing him to block more than he was used to.(15) The commodore said races will be held each Saturday within the harbour.(16) Westray's new marina was officially opened on Tuesday afternoon by former Westray yachting club commodore Norman Cooper.
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