When President Obama visits Israel this week, he will attempt neither to unmoor the old peace process nor outfit a new one.
He therefore gave orders to unmoor, and every preparation was made for quitting the bay.
Father is to come with us, and unmoor the boat, and help us to gather the water-lilies.
"After these transactions" Captain Morgan loosed his top-sail, as a signal to unmoor.
Very shortly after, signal was made to unmoor, upon which a noise of "No—no—no!"
During this time, Blackee had taken another position on the wall: book opened again—it made the number, to unmoor the ship.
Surely she might dare to wade out, unmoor the boat and climb in—if but opportunity were granted her!
On the 16th June the signal was made to unmoor; and soon after, for the squadron to weigh.
A large cable-laid rope, used to unmoor or heave up the anchor of a ship, by the aid of the capstan.
Well, now, when you are ready I want you to unmoor her again.