Pete and repeat were on a boat pete jumps out who is left on the boat?
Repeat. Right now. I did not understand the question.
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Pete is a short form of the male given name Peter. PETE is the acronym for P oly e thylene T er e phthalate, the common polymer used to create plastic food jars and plast…ic beverage bottles. It is also the basis for Mylar film. As threads, it forms the polyester fabric Dacron (aka Terylene).
Right Handed . Pete Rose threw right handed, and batted from both sides of the plate.
if one jumps then there are none left. because they are copycats,get it? They all follow the one that kills itself. Their funeral! ;)
No, he built it. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If you mean the biblical Jonah, technically he was thrown overboard. He had disobeyed God who told h…im to to go to the town, Niniveh. Jonah instead, boarded a boat going in the opposite way. To prove to Jonah that he can't run away from God, He caused a huge storm. Jonah realized this, told the crew about his transgression, and that they should throw him over, which they only did so after tossing much o' their cargo. Once they threw Jonah over, the storm subsided. To the previous answer, you're thinking Noah.
Well the left side of a vessel used to be called the "Larboard" side of the vessel, while the right side was referred to the "Sterboard" side, this being the side steering gea…r was on. I am unsure of the exact period, but I do know that becomes of winds, high sea's and difficult communication in telling the differences between "sterboard" and "larboard" that the left side of the vessel was changed to the "Port side" (The side most often used to tie up for docking) and "sterboard" eventually became "Starboard". This eliminated all chances of confusion in communication.
0, because they were copycats.
well if the boat drives/float away and your far from shore if you cant swim its 98 percent of a chance that you might die from drowning so please DO NOT TRY IT
yes. but very few dolphins have jumped on boats. most are on accident.
MLB player Pete Kozma bats right.
MLB player Pete Kozma throws right.
Pete and Repeat - 1931 was released on: USA: 1 March 1931
When Lennon, McCartney and Harrison learned that Martin and theengineers preferred replacing Best with a session drummer for theirupcoming recording session, they considered u…sing it as a pretextto permanently sack Best from the group