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  1. This was the eddy line.
  2. That was Eddy, his cat.
  3. Her eyes caught Eddy was.
  4. The mangled cat's name was Eddy.
  5. Eddy was able to grab it from her.

  6. Hands and lit faces eddy to a line;.
  7. Maybe that little weasel Eddy Ralston.
  8. She rushed to Eddy, feeling so anxious about him.
  9. A twisting eddy caught the tips of the feathers.
  10. Eddy said it just then that he knew Brenda as he.
  11. Brenda realized that Eddy was no longer with them.
  12. She sneaked to Eddy’s house and went to see Eddy.
  13. Eddy stopped long enough to put on his house shoes.
  14. That’s when she ran away from Eddy and dashed to.
  15. Before Eddy realized what had happened, he'd been.

  16. Fish played about us in an eddy near the bank and a.
  17. Ridgway, like Eddy, nodded his head without hesitation.
  18. There is a fierce eddy between the wharf and the house.
  19. Unfortunately, as soon as Caroline's owners saw Eddy, they.
  20. The seekers of the future eddy around the splendid present.
  21. Eddy Moose, spent a few hundred dollars getting it perfected.
  22. Eddy was so depressed and dilapidated he fell over onto his.
  23. The silent eddy of their souls merged and swept between them.
  24. He could feel the gurgling sounds as small whirlpools and eddy.
  25. She would have turned up in an eddy by now, a lock, something.

  26. When you took off after Eddy at the station back then I thought it.
  27. April 15, 2125: Tom Eddy had heard back from over one hundred of the.
  28. Wendy couldn’t believe what Eddy said-her face didn’t they’l be.
  29. April 16, 2125: Tom Eddy and his loyal crew shut down the plant safely.
  30. September 10, 2167 : The nuclear facility at Green Valley that Tom Eddy.
  31. I knew it! But Eddy, Stop this, stop pretending to have a pity on me….
  32. My buddy Eddy Klimpel had a pain that hit him about the same time it hit me.
  33. Now savage eddy currents and whirlpools, chasing each other around, gave wild.
  34. But at the corner, on Eddy, some controlling impulse restrained me from leaving.
  35. Fortunately, the ferry had got us into an eddy, with a slower current near shore.
  36. The straw on the floor seemed to eddy around her feet, and a warm draft brushed her cheek.
  37. The sect is controversial and has been so ever since it was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1908.
  38. When the Yikes, a folded paper on the ground? Maybe a time came, Eddy and Wendy, the ones who.
  39. The square was a kind of back eddy to the Palace Road, and held a strained hum from the traffic round it.
  40. The collection of cushions in one corner of the room was one clue, indented in the middle with an eddy of shed fox fur.
  41. Eddy was sent away to India at the every moment he had fallen in love with the German Princess Alix of Hesse on purpose.
  42. They were hardly through the gate and well established in an eddy when the bell brought the racers pacing or scurrying in.
  43. What right did he have to run, when Silas had nothing to do with the Council, and was sucked into this whole thing like an eddy?
  44. The control booth contained an 8-track board that had belonged to Eddy Grant of The Equals, although only seven tracks ever worked.
  45. Well, Jupiter's Magnetosphere is caused by eddy currents – swirling movements of conducting materials – within the metallic hydrogen core.
  46. The urn was floating on the waving water, circling with the eddy of water and it was towing and rowing all the way as giving me its final adieu.
  47. This displacement, which places the "elegant" name on the plebeian and the rustic name on the aristocrat, is nothing else than an eddy of equality.
  48. The girl Prince Eddy fell in love with was the German princess who was instead, married off to that stupid short midget of a Russian jackass Nicholas.
  49. If prince Eddy had become king of England as he was about to instead of his cousin George: there would have been no First World War and no Second World War.
  50. THE SQUARE BRICK apartment house was at the dead end of a street lined with other plain three-story buildings on Taylor Street at Eddy: the worst part of the Tenderloin.
  51. She could see Eddy’s tear- Wendy, what are you doing there??! Open the fil ed eyes and her heart burned tel ing her to let Eddy door, why are you screaming out of a sudden??!.
  52. What else she was hoping for herself to say? ‘For There’s something I… Mama! ! Where did the sure’; that’s what she heard, Eddy wil come back, fire come from??? MAMA!.
  53. When he awoke and was afoot again, he lingered there yet a little longer, watching an eddy that turned and turned purposeless, until the stream absorbed it, and carried it on to the sea.
  54. The water mounded up, its forward progress stymied, before falling in a rush, away and down both sides of the first level, creating raging whirlpools as eddy currents spun away against the brick facings.
  55. The Cartons lived in an old section of the city which still retained something of its aristocratic air, having been passed by, as it were, like an eddy in the stream of business that swirled uptown, engulfing everything.
  56. The two little houses, standing isolated from the town and nearer to the railroad tracks than any other, were now in an open waste of water, the current sweeping swiftly between them, an eddy lapping in their back yards.
  57. A continual cascade played at the bows; a ceaseless whirling eddy in her wake; and, at the slightest motion from within, even but of a little finger, the vibrating, cracking craft canted over her spasmodic gunwale into the sea.
  58. The watchers on the walls were stunned and deafened by the thunder as they gripped the battlements and watched the steel maelstrom swirl and eddy, where plumes tossed high among the flashing swords, and standards dipped and reeled.
  59. And though the other boats, unharmed, still hovered hard by; still they dared not pull into the eddy to strike, lest that should be the signal for the instant destruction of the jeopardized castaways, Ahab and all; nor in that case could they themselves hope to escape.
  60. You cannot use mathematical equations showing how every eddy, and swirl of every fluid once of that water inter-acts and connects itself to all the other fluid ounces of flowing water… is continually balancing itself dynamically while it runs down the river, and out to the sea.
  61. Now and then a rush of wind rattled over the graves, roared through the leafless trees, bent the complaining bushes, and caught itself in the little eddy at the corner of the church, only to escape again over the roofs, turning the old weather vane with a sharp scream of the rusty iron.
  62. It was the sort of noise you would expect the sun-shimmer to make rising from hot railroad ties on a blazing summer day, when there is that flurried silence and you see the air eddy and whorl and ribbon, and expect a sound from the process but get nothing but an arched tautness of the eardrums and the tense quiet.
  63. Then the overflowing water would make a separation between his breast and glossy white belly; at the bottom of which I could not escape observing so remarkable a distinction, as a black mossy tuft, out of which appeared to emerge a round, softish, limber, white something, that played every way, with ever the least motion or whirling eddy.
  64. If the undead had not killed prince Eddy: he would have married his true love and they would have been blissfully happy and Germany and England would have become sister nations and never have made alliances against each other, and that Russian ass would have been forced to settle for an ordinary girl and raised dull stupid children and been replaced by someone competent who could rule an Empire without the mess he made of all the empire and without the Bolsheviks getting into power.
  65. If with the aid of the power we with difficulty eddy away from the non-Christian elements, which are ever ready to inundate us and destroy all the progress of the Christian civilization, is there, in the first place, a probability that public opinion can take the part of this force and make us secure, and, in the second, how are we to find that moment when public opinion has become so strong that it can take the place of the power? To remove the power and to depend for our self-defence on nothing but public opinion means to act as senselessly as would a man who in a menagerie would throw away his weapons and let out all the lions and tigers from their cages, depending on the fact that the animals in the cages and in the presence of heated rods appeared tame.
  1. Around the fortress swirled an eddying sea of fire closing every exit.
  2. A huge cherry tree snowed petals in a wind that brushed them eddying over the flagstones.
  3. Oil began to appear on the eddying yellow surface of the water, and slide away downstream in black and yellow tails.
  4. Sam shuffled along, clutching hard, and looking down into the pale eddying water as if it was a chasm in the mountains.
  5. My eyes were covered and closed: eddying darkness seemed to swim round me, and reflection came in as black and confused a flow.
  6. The current was too fast to go in even ankle-deep, so I walked down the bank until I found an eddying pool near the river’s edge and waded in.
  7. The warm winds eddying across her body, while lying upon a grand stage before the entire expanse of the valley, titillated Caroline to newfound levels of horniness.
  8. The luck turned all right before long: the eddying current carried several barrels close ashore at one point and there for a while they stuck against some hidden root.
  9. From the avenue of lime-trees showers of round, yellow leaves were flying through the air in tossing, eddying circles, and strewing the wet road and soaked aftermath of the hayfield with a clammy carpet.
  10. Blown quietly, eddying, they gazed secretly at a hundred faces of dear friends they were leaving behind, the lamplit people held and framed by windows which slid by on the wind, it seemed; all of Time breathing them along.
  11. In some places it bounced furiously down the rock, sending small splashes of white into the air; in others it gathered into clear pools, where the eddying currents carried dead leaves and other detritus around in spiraling dances.
  12. As we have seen, God came upon him in the whale, and swallowed him down to living gulfs of doom, and with swift slantings tore him along 'into the midst of the seas,' where the eddying depths sucked him ten thousand fathoms down, and 'the weeds were wrapped about his head,' and all the watery world of woe bowled over him.
  13. As we glided nearer, the stranger showed French colours from his peak; and by the eddying cloud of vulture sea-fowl that circled, and hovered, and swooped around him, it was plain that the whale alongside must be what the fishermen call a blasted whale, that is, a whale that has died unmolested on the sea, and so floated an unappropriated corpse.
  1. Shouting and laughing, the men eddied.
  2. The stream eddied and boiled against the bank.
  3. There was a small window, but it had no glass, so wind eddied through the room.
  4. Fuck you, Father, Rubyn Mychysyn said flatly as the pistol smoke eddied away on the stiff breeze.
  5. The meeting eddied around the room, mostly by the urn in the alcove but over by the windows, and by the door as well.
  6. By the time he was at the altar, the snow spun and eddied, and the frozen mud of the churchyard was hidden under a fresh white.
  7. An empty shoreline stared back, but a series of high, clumsy ripples from whatever had impacted the surface eddied towards her.
  8. Rumors eddied around camp: Manila had been captured, Germany had fallen, the Americans were about to charge the Japanese beaches.
  9. It seemed to Conan that his sweat-blinded eyes looked down into a rising ocean of steel that seethed and eddied, filling the valley from ridge to ridge.
  10. It was a beautiful day, if more than a little hot—days were always hot at Claw Island—and clouds of seabirds and wyverns gusted and eddied about the galleons.
  11. In the troubled waters of conflicting and intersecting intrigues that eddied about the Emperor’s headquarters, it was possible to succeed in many ways unthinkable at other times.
  12. This sweetness of sensation pierced through her old desires, and these, like grains of sand under a gust of wind, eddied to and fro in the subtle breath of the perfume which suffused her soul.
  13. To and fro I paced before this skeleton—brushed the vines aside—broke through the ribs—and with a ball of Arsacidean twine, wandered, eddied long amid its many winding, shaded colonnades and arbours.
  14. In the streets the fighting milled and eddied, plumed helmets and steel caps tossed among the tousled heads and then vanished; swords hacked madly in a heaving forest of pikes, and over all rose the roar of the mob, shouts of acclaim mingling with screams of blood-lust and howls of agony.
  15. The clouds, as if tired of their furious chase, were breaking asunder; the heavier volumes, gathering in black masses about the horizon, while the lighter scud still hurried above the water, or eddied among the tops of the mountains, like broken flights of birds, hovering around their roosts.
  16. The protective berms of the onetime Dohlaran batteries, captured when Claw Island was retaken from the Royal Dohlaran Navy, were lined with wildly cheering Marines and Imperial Charisian Navy seamen, and seabirds and wyverns eddied about the heavens, crying out in protest of the hullabaloo rising from the island’s human occupants.
  17. The throng thickened; the guitars tinkled louder; other horsemen sat motionless, smoking calmly above the heads of the crowd; it eddied and pushed before the doors of the high-roofed building, whence issued a shuffle and thumping of feet in time to the dance music vibrating and shrieking with a racking rhythm, overhung by the tremendous, sustained, hollow roar of the gombo.
  1. Eddies of swirling.
  2. She could feel the small eddies.
  3. He and Eddies lawyer would talk soon.
  4. The summer eddies this end as the ocean.
  5. I told Eddie what Wayne had said, and Eddies response.
  6. His beautiful body is borne in the circling eddies, it is.
  7. Immediately he spoke to me and said, To keep you out of the eddies.
  8. The wind blew though the bowl, howling around it, causing swirling eddies.
  9. I hate the swift-running eddies that would dash him head-foremost on the rocks.
  10. They were now in deep snow, whipped up by the downward eddies of the Winds of Dawn.
  11. She heard voices in it: exulting, laughing, swirling and dancing on the eddies of the air.
  12. Yet something was causing him to drift off course, strange eddies in the surrounding space.
  13. At New-London it was remarked that the air in the eddies was extremely hot and suffocating.
  14. The morning was wearing on; there were already signs of disruption, currents and eddies in the crowd.
  15. In its struggles the man–eater churned the watery mass so furiously, its eddies threatened to knock.
  16. Aye, he's an immovable rock in a stream, but the harder he stands the faster the eddies surge in his wake.
  17. The wind came now in fierce bursts, and the snow was driven with fury as it swept upon us in circling eddies.
  18. I could hear the groaning of the earth and its breathing as the air whispered around us blowing eddies of smoke.
  19. Sucked into the milling crowd, Loofah was soon afloat in a sea of blank strangers which flowed around him in endless eddies.
  20. She stood for long minutes watching the water flow in eddies around her pan, daydreaming of a love that now seemed possible.
  21. The raging river poured past them, kicking up white water rapids in the middle and dangerous looking eddies all along the shore.
  22. Her voice rushed along the walls of the city, danced up the eddies of the wind, and echoed through the hills and mountains of Sloczka.
  23. Check the strength of the current by watching floating logs and flotsam and study the water surface for hidden obstructions and eddies.
  24. Hands run along her smooth legs, rubbing hungry figures into her flesh, sending eddies of pleasure up into her core and out into her toes.
  25. As he crashed through the drifts, eddies of snow splashed away and rolled down the mountainside, leaving large gashes in the once pristine cover.
  26. They raced through a gaping cavern filled with eddies of liquid fire and molten char, then through a long, dark channel, and finally out to open water.
  27. I also noted long, whitish strings of salps, a type of mollusk found in clusters, and some jellyfish of large size that swayed in the eddies of the billows.
  28. Nothing could have been more wonderful than the skin covering them: white underneath, gray above, with spots of gold sparkling in the dark eddies of the waves.
  29. The waves of the great movement abate, and on the calm surface eddies are formed in which float the diplomatists, who imagine that they have caused the floods to abate.
  30. For with the charts of all four oceans before him, Ahab was threading a maze of currents and eddies, with a view to the more certain accomplishment of that monomaniac thought of his soul.
  31. Like flocks of birds winging their way in the twilight, like eddies of dust driven by a hurricane, like autumn leaves lashed by Boreas, numerous minor gods hovered in long clouds and occupied the spaces.
  32. Notwithstanding the Hurons were necessarily ignorant of the little channels among the eddies and rapids of the stream, they knew the common signs of such a navigation too well to commit any material blunder.
  33. There was nothing to oppose its fury; it could sweep up uninterruptedly from the Antilles or across from Europe, and that night it seemed to come from both directions at once, and make whirling eddies on our south piazza.
  34. The smoke wreathed above their heads in little eddies, and curling in a spiral form it ascended swiftly through the opening in the roof of the lodge, leaving the place beneath clear of its fumes, and each dark visage distinctly visible.
  35. Whorls and eddies of intelligence and drive continuously erupt to spew red-hot molten productivity and ingenious ideas across the planet’s surface, only to be quenched in the sea of couch potato quicksand and Happy Meal appetite mud-slides.
  36. There had been some light snow, overnight, and it lay nowhere else to my knowledge; but, it had not quite melted from the cold shadow of this bit of garden, and the wind caught it up in little eddies and threw it at the window, as if it pelted me for coming there.
  37. The water was calm at the edge as they looked down on it from atop the bank, but in the middle it raced along surprisingly fast and the eddies they had seen from a distance were in fact quite busy white water lapping around rocks and whirling about as it tumbled on.
  38. His three boats stove around him, and oars and men both whirling in the eddies; one captain, seizing the line-knife from his broken prow, had dashed at the whale, as an Arkansas duellist at his foe, blindly seeking with a six inch blade to reach the fathom-deep life of the whale.
  39. The trees impending over it had flung down great branches, from time to time, which choked up the current and compelled it to form eddies and black depths at some points; while, in its swifter and livelier passages, there appeared a channel-way of pebbles, and brown, sparkling sand.
  40. I get a real sense of how a few slippery little thoughts I might have in, say, the morning before I go to work—maybe after a quarrel with Bianca, a story I read in the paper, or an imagined dialogue with my boss—can weasel their way into the stream of my mind and pool in unseen eddies, from which they hector and haunt me throughout the day.
  41. Zoran could see, as they all leaned into the rush of air that visibly slowed them, that they were not in the direct path of where the air over the water rushed by, breaking branches as it surged onward, but eddies swirled close behind them blowing their hair and cooling their sweating bodies as they started the strenuous trek up from the flat ground.
  42. Outside, the storm was full blown, williwaws blistering down the sides of houses, screeching winds fastening around all objects, tearing at joints and roots, clouds of snow flying on eddies in all directions, funnels of powder skirting the pavement, sticking to the shadows of filth, layer upon layer, deeper and deeper, as my feet sank into the white earth, destination known and unknown.
  43. And brimming the swell were things carried by the river: grandfather clocks chiming, kitchen clocks ticking, caged hens screaming, babies wailing; and swimming among the thickened eddies were mules and cats, and sudden excursions of burst mattress springs floating by, insane hair stuffing sticking out, and boxes and crates and pictures of dark grandfathers in oak frames—the river flowing it on while the men sat like nervous hounds on the hardware porch, too late to mend the levee, their hands empty.
  44. But even granting the charge in question to be true; what disordered slippery decks of a whale-ship are comparable to the unspeakable carrion of those battle-fields from which so many soldiers return to drink in all ladies' plaudits? And if the idea of peril so much enhances the popular conceit of the soldier's profession; let me assure ye that many a veteran who has freely marched up to a battery, would quickly recoil at the apparition of the sperm whale's vast tail, fanning into eddies the air over his head.
  45. Its universality: its democratic equality and constancy to its nature in seeking its own level: its vastness in the ocean of Mercator's projection: its unplumbed profundity in the Sundam trench of the Pacific exceeding 8000 fathoms: the restlessness of its waves and surface particles visiting in turn all points of its seaboard: the independence of its units: the variability of states of sea: its hydrostatic quiescence in calm: its hydrokinetic turgidity in neap and spring tides: its subsidence after devastation: its sterility in the circumpolar icecaps, arctic and antarctic: its climatic and commercial significance: its preponderance of 3 to 1 over the dry land of the globe: its indisputable hegemony extending in square leagues over all the region below the subequatorial tropic of Capricorn: the multisecular stability of its primeval basin: its luteofulvous bed: its capacity to dissolve and hold in solution all soluble substances including millions of tons of the most precious metals: its slow erosions of peninsulas and islands, its persistent formation of homothetic islands, peninsulas and downwardtending promontories: its alluvial deposits: its weight and volume and density: its imperturbability in lagoons and highland tarns: its gradation of colours in the torrid and temperate and frigid zones: its vehicular ramifications in continental lakecontained streams and confluent oceanflowing rivers with their tributaries and transoceanic currents, gulfstream, north and south equatorial courses: its violence in seaquakes, waterspouts, Artesian wells, eruptions, torrents, eddies, freshets, spates, groundswells, watersheds, waterpartings, geysers, cataracts, whirlpools, maelstroms, inundations, deluges, cloudbursts: its vast circumterrestrial ahorizontal curve: its secrecy in springs and latent humidity, revealed by rhabdomantic or hygrometric instruments and exemplified by the well by the hole in the wall at Ashtown gate, saturation of air, distillation of dew: the simplicity of its composition, two constituent parts of hydrogen with one constituent part of oxygen: its healing virtues: its buoyancy in the waters of the Dead Sea: its persevering penetrativeness in runnels, gullies, inadequate dams, leaks on.
  46. The slapping eddies are spotted with his blood, they bear him away,.

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