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  • Shanghaiing - Wikipedia

    Shanghaiing or crimping is the practice of kidnapping people to serve as sailors by coercive techniques such as trickery, intimidation, or violence.

  • Shanghaied | Define Shanghaied at

    Shanghaied definition, to enroll or obtain (a sailor) for the crew of a ship by unscrupulous means, as by force or the use of liquor or drugs. See more.

  • Shanghaied - Wikipedia

    Shanghaied may refer to: Shanghaiing, or forced conscription; Shanghaied, a film starring Charlie Chaplin; Shanghaied, an animated short film starring Mickey Mouse

  • Shanghai | Definition of Shanghai by Merriam-Webster

    Answer: A 19th century waterfront hustler who lured unwitting arriving sailors into disreputable boardinghouses, from which they were often shanghaied.

  • Shanghaied - Encyclopedia SpongeBobia

    "Shanghaied" is a SpongeBob SquarePants episode from season two. In this episode, Squidward...

  • Urban Dictionary: shanghai-ed

    Being kidnapped by someone, usually sailors and/or pirates and forced to do sailor work through means of violence and intimidation.

  • Shanghaied - definition of shanghaied by The Free Dictionary

    Define shanghaied. shanghaied synonyms, shanghaied pronunciation, shanghaied translation, English dictionary definition of shanghaied. A city of eastern China at the ...

  • Shanghaied (1915) - IMDb

    Directed by Charles Chaplin. With Charles Chaplin, Billy Armstrong, Lawrence A. Bowes, Fred Goodwins. A shipowner intends to scuttle his ship on its last voyage to ...

  • Shanghaied

    Shanghaied has now officially closed its doors. To our customers and friends, thank you for your business & support over the past 19 years. No goodbyes, but farewell ...

  • Shanghaied | Disney Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    Shanghaied is a Mickey Mouse short that was released on January 13, 1934. Mickey and Minnie have...

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