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deck jewellery
 n.— «She’s been referred to as “deck jewellery” but the lone female crew member on board Sydney to Hobart favourite Konica Minolta isn’t worried. To her crewmates, 32-year-old Melinda Aldridge is just one of the boys—provided she pulls her weight as a grinder to hoist the super maxi’s gigantic 150 kilogram main sail.» —“Lone female crew no deck jewellery” The Age (Australia) Dec. 20, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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