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    1. If necessary, he would take that raft out

    2. "The raft that he's on will be getting to a very thinly settled part of the river in about one native week," he began

    3. Minutes seemed to pass before the rear end of the ship began to come around and the vast raft began to rotate counter clockwise

    4. A nose rudder began to bite a little soft sand and they began to come around much more quickly, accompanied by painful groans from the coupling knuckles that joined the raft sections together

    5. Alan's raft was as isolated as it had ever been, no other native raft was taking the channel his was on within a half hour in either direction

    6. The phone was in the water, not on the raft

    7. He dispatched a probe to sit in a small tree near the spot where that raft had pulled ashore and initiated a program to follow that raft from the geosynchronous scope

    8. He dispatched another probe into the river downstream, into the water that would have been present under the raft as the shuttle approached it

    9. He must have lost it when he left the raft

    10. Since they were tracking the raft, they could punish the native crew for lying about Alan's disappearance

    1. Clear old prime Nantucket water; which, when three years afloat, the Nantucketer, in the Pacific, prefers to drink before the brackish fluid, but yesterday rafted off in casks, from the Peruvian or Indian streams

    1. The rollercoaster ride seemed too vivid and I could tell he wanted to do the rafting all over again

    2. rafting on the sea of friendship

    3. about the time he and his family went rafting on the Colorado

    4. We climbed Dunns River Falls and went river rafting

    5. You can go white water rafting, camping, hunting, or travel

    6. My knuckles stretch and turn white—“Michael Rafting

    7. “We are here to discuss the Belvun Recovery Treatise, which Ambassador Rafting so diligently compiled and wrote over the course of these past two weeks

    8. White-water rafting down the rapids of the mighty Thukela, sailing on the Chelmsford Dam, and hunting in the designated hunting reserves - this region offers you all of these pursuits’

    9. The regular travellers on the train are composed of mountaineers, anglers, voluntary hermits and rafting enthusiasts

    10. Today this fast-running mountain river, with its many rapids, is considered perfect for difficult white-water rafting, but 100 years ago to those wanderers it was an uncrossable, wet hell

    1. It was just before breakfast on an Afternoonday and he was working his way thru the city in a long line of rafts getting towed by keda teams along the canals

    2. Cargo was transferred from lake vessels to urban canal rafts in the outer harbor and then towed by rope into and thru the canals

    3. There were lines of ships and rafts anchored off every lock entry, ropes being paddled in and out, barges being drawn both ways in a complex ballet who's rhythm wasn't obvious at first

    4. He could have boarded a number of native rafts by now

    5. "Anyone have any experience on anything but the local rafts?"

    6. The boat was so small that a dozen of them could have been carried on the deck of one of the sailing rafts on the rivers of Alan's world

    7. I went up the creek first, where, as I hinted, I brought my rafts on shore

    8. The original rulers, to whom he claimed some vague relationship, were descendants of the legendary Naymlap, who arrived on the coast, accompanied by attendants, a wife, and concubines on a fleet of rafts made of a lightweight, native wood

    9. Naymlap—legendary ancestor of pre-Chimu dynasty along Lambayeque River, which is said to have arrived on rafts

    10. 19 And when they came to the place of the ditches, the waters revolved by mills, and two hundred men on ten rafts were drowned

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