For a price below $2.50 per share, corsair would be treated like other shareholders.
Some $200 million of the $785 million came from corsair itself, with the balance coming from its limited partners.
After writing his letters, Lucan left the Uckfield house at 1:15 a.m. and drove 16 miles to Newhaven, where he dumped the corsair.
I have been a mercenary soldier, a corsair, a kozak, and a hundred other things.
The words were out and the thing was done before Asad had realized the corsair's intent.
He left a corsair's name to other times, Linked with one virtue, and a thousand crimes.
If it were a corsair, the rowers would all be Christian prisoners.
After the failure of her attempt to board us, the corsair hauled aft her sheets and shot ahead of the Good Hope.
I have read the corsair, mended my petticoat, and have nothing else to do.
He had also a mania for travelling, and when he was only two-and-twenty was captured by an Algerian corsair and enslaved.
1540s, from Middle French corsaire (15c.), from Provençal cursar, Italian corsaro, from Medieval Latin cursarius "pirate," from Latin cursus "course, a running," from currere "to run" (see current (adj.)). Meaning of the Medieval Latin verb evolved from "course" to "journey" to "expedition" to an expedition specifically for plunder.