Its end worked upon a brass slide on the mast, and the grips had bent and jambed.
But the Germans had again set their apparatus in motion, and the messages were jambed.
The long chase is the stern chase, but Mossamedes could not make off like this because she was jambed against the coast.
In a few moments she struck and jambed, broadside on, across the mass of stone.
It has an unusually thick head-rope, and some lengths of iron pipe are jambed between the blades and the rudder.
A man got in, and jambed himself between her and the end of the seat.
The foresail was torn and half-lowered, and the gaff at its head was jambed.
Finally, when no more can fall in, piece after piece is jambed in by a pricker, and the cask is bunged up.
Then they stopped on an awkward pitch where a big bulging stone, jambed in a crack, cut their view.