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A hard saltless biscuit, formerly much used aboard ships and for army rations. 1, record 1, English, - ship%27s%20bread
for "hardtack" : unleavened bread made in very hard, large wafers: it is traditionally a part of army and navy rations. 8, record 1, English, - ship%27s%20bread
for "hardtack" : Nickname for ship's biscuit. 6, record 1, English, - ship%27s%20bread
Le pain de guerre, analogue au biscuit de mer des marins, peut aussi bien servir aux excursions, explorations et campagnes de pêche. 1, record 1, French, - biscuit%20de%20mer
biscuit: Pain en forme de galette (...) dont on faisait provision pour les voyages sur mer. Biscuit de mer. 2, record 1, French, - biscuit%20de%20mer
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