Carey veered past a bollard, finally crashing into a barricade not far from a guard booth.
He helped Tartarin to his feet, brushed him down and seated him, out of breath, on a bollard.
He was propped against a bollard and he was in his shore-going clothes.
Suddenly arresting a running rope by taking a round turn round a bollard, bitt-head, or cleat.
“Call Mr bollard, and we will see about it,” said Harry, springing to his feet.
bollard remarked that he was afraid all the other boats had gone down.
That was Derriman, who was standing by a bollard a little further up the quay.
Some of you cut a hole here in the deck on the port side, just abreast of that bollard.
We are truly glad to see you, bollard,” said Harry, “for we believed that you had been overwhelmed by the iceberg.
“But he may be overboard before then, sir,” answered bollard.