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Pirates may refer to:


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Pirates Site (132 words)
Some of history's most notorious pirates are immortalized with bios thanks to their cruel and unlawful lifestyles.
Subsection topics range from the life of pirates to the flags of pirates.
or else shortly after an old peg-legged pirate will wander your way to hand you a crumpled scrap of paper with a rough fl spot on it..
Pirate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (3421 words)
Pirates readily accepted outcasts from traditional societies, perhaps easily recognizing kindred spirits, and they were known to free slaves from slave ships and welcome them into the pirate fold.
Pirates are called Lanun by both the Indonesians and the Malaysians who form the nations bracketing the Straits of Malacca.
Pirates and other mariners would also sometimes be blinded in one eye through the use of a sextant.
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