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There were 25 hijackings (or attempted ones) in 2002. 44 Pirates climb aboard using grappling hooks and ropes, or poles. Aircraft and helicopters watch shipping lanes. A global positioning system uses satellites to help people navigate. Technology Some wellorganised gangs use radio, radar, and globalpositioning systems to track the ship they have chosen to attack. They steal cargo worth millions of dollars while the ship’s crew sleep. Fighting pirates Training exercises recreate a real raid. The Piracy Reporting Centre provides information and investigates pirate attacks around the world.
Maroon to leave someone on a desert island. Merchant a person who buys and sells goods. Musket a long-barrelled gun. Navigate to plan and guide the course of a ship with the help of charts and equipment. Raid a surprise attack to steal goods from a place or a person. Rais a sea captain for the Barbary corsairs. Ransom to demand money for the release of a captured person. Tar a thick, dark, sticky substance used to seal and preserve objects against the weather. Tavern an inn or a place that sells drinks.
A pistol was useful for warning off wild beasts. Code of conduct Typical pirate rules: Everyone has a vote on all important decisions. • •Everyone has an equal share to the fresh food and drink. •Lights and candles to be put out at eight o’clock at night. 32 Am uld o c e t a only rooned pira watch helplessly as his ay . pirate w a d e l i ship sa Short supplies A disgraced pirate would be marooned with only the clothes he wore, a small bottle of water, a pistol or a musket, and a small amount of shot and gunpowder.
A canonical Frobenius structure by Douai A.