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    1. Solomon Browne was despatched to save those aboard the Union Star freighter that had flooded engines and ripped its anchor chain


    2. We hear the same News Anchor again


    3. We hear the same news anchor


    4. It’s the same news anchor


    5. Cable news report: A NEWS ANCHOR sits in front of a photo of a wrecked plane with the caption: Arababian Moonshine?


    6. NEWS ANCHOR (ON TV)


    7. NEWS ANCHOR 2 (ON TV)


    8. Beyond the hedge and the ubiquitous, unforgiving, waist-high nettles, chunks of ballast gravel, sharp and stained, emited a slight haze of heat, baking the old timber sleepers laid a hundred years ago, counting off the miles between Blue Anchor and Watchett


    9. ‘Oh yes … he and his father live in a little place called Blue Anchor – pretty village near the sea


    10. the water, reel in that anchor

















































































    1. In a beautiful sunset they anchored for duskmeal in a wild cove far up the lake


    2. 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


    3. There were a few homes visible beyond the marshes along this shore, none out here on the overgrown sandbar where they anchored


    4. Bitten, anchored by the sound of him,


    5. There was enough growth in it all now to keep it anchored, but not enough to make more than a gentle net of thin ribbonleaves stretched from crack to crack


    6. They anchored at a beach for Afternoonday, a town for Dawnsleep


    7. She ate only in the afternoon and evening when they anchored at one small island or another


    8. anchored by chains over the tables had been pulled close to the ceiling so no one


    9. The legs underneath let you fold the legs anchored underneath with a little round thing a round metal thing on the back of the table


    10. You have to understand that the difference is that my soul was anchored in yours and I was just the current homemaker to you















































































    1. objective by anchoring one end of the rope to the stolen


    2. Nipping at his legs, they sank their teeth into his sinewy shins, anchoring him in position


    3. Anchoring, Bear threw out three crab pots and proceeded to cast out their lines and wait for a feed of fresh fish, whiting or bream that they could cook up on the barbie later


    4. A quick definition of anchoring: Refers to the application of a


    5. So as a result of anchoring, the stimulus can be viewed as a trigger


    6. The question is, what kind of English? Kaylan reminds us that multiethnic societies have historically kept their unity through a “central anchoring language


    7. Each time he clutched at the rock, his fingers found an anchoring point and his feet didn’t slip


    8. Bill - I have always wondered at the plethora of dystopian novels and worlds anchoring our literature


    9. The Dangler stopped the boat by anchoring his pole in the riverbed


    10. Its magic went deep into the bedrock of the land, anchoring the palace against all but a world disaster








































    1. people’s hearts so that they could be anchors for this


    2. are open will be the anchors for that divine energy that


    3. They’re at the northern tip of our gulf, while Smyrna anchors the southern end


    4. Therefore it is imperative that we guard our inner thoughts and ensure that it anchors onto higher levels of positive thoughts instead of lower frequencies of negativity


    5. The four girls in the water then return the float to its original mooring, drop both anchors overboard, wash off any tell-tail signs that a car has been there, and swim to shore


    6. The deep buried anchors of pain


    7. Early the next morning, Waddell ordered the anchors


    8. The fog was thick and visibility was poor, but all sails were set by early morning and anchors weighed


    9. Anchors were weighed and a harbor pilot came on board early in the


    10. anchors and getting the ship ready for catching whales as soon as the opportunity presented itself








































































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    Синонимы для "anchor"

    anchor ground tackle backbone keystone linchpin lynchpin mainstay anchorman anchorperson cast anchor drop anchor ground base support hold weight stay foundation weight for mooring a ship mooring grapnel cramp grappling iron secure with an anchor moor tie up berth fix firmly tie down secure lash affix fasten attach