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- It happened on that day that Paul Jones was out in his yawl when a severe squall arose. - "Paul Jones", Hutchins Hapgood.
- Jimmy sprang for a coil of rope; Billy and the others threw themselves after him; while half a dozen men working around the small eddy in the lee of the diminutive island caught up the oars and made a dash for the yawl. - "The Veiled Lady and Other Men and Women", F. Hopkinson Smith.
- She was yawl- rigged, pulled six oars, and her full carrying capacity was twenty- four persons, for which number she carried provisions and water enough to last, according to a carefully regulated scale, four days, or even six days at a pinch. - "The Strange Adventures of Eric Blackburn", Harry Collingwood.