It was a journey we made in a broken-down Lada that had no seat belts or windshield wipers.
The Caine is finally decommissioned in the fall of 1945, after steaming its broken-down way home from Okinawa.
So far Harry's tour of the Caribbean has been a riot of informality with booze, boogies and broken-down boats a-plenty.
Here, instead of verbalizing her emotions, Winslet oozes dread via her broken-down visage, and slight mannerisms.
"She works out of a hovel, it is a broken-down building, just a shack," she said.
"Those look about my size," said he, comparing them with his own broken-down cowhide boots.
In her broken-down green wedgies she clattered toward the door.
And what disgraceful, broken-down saloon surroundings are about the Capitol building!
A broken-down, retired Russian official was to be found there sometimes in the evening.
Long hours or unsanitary surroundings meant spoiled material and broken-down machinery and resultant delay.