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1. The Crab and the Gull.
2. The Hawk and the Gull.
3. I rule in favour of the gull.
4. It was the lone gull that would.
5. But it was too late for the gull.
6. And the gull said, Because of.
7. But just then, a gull came out of.

8. But something about that gull was wrong.
9. A gull overhead cried out and startled her.
10. It is the Law of the Great Gull, the Law that Is.
11. That stinking policeman took the side of the gull.
12. He would not hear of the gull going out to forage.
13. The hungry famished gull Flaps o'er the waters dull.
14. I had expected someone larger, the gull said.
15. Behind them, a gull leaped up quickly from the dunes.
16. Where dreamy creamy gull waves o'er the waters dull.
17. The Gull Dong will hold its ground against a small or.
18. As soon as the gull finished her sentence a new, more.
19. The modern day Gull Dong is a combination of the Bully.
20. And now this irritating gull was waiting for an answer.
21. The gull was quite as large as Chica and showed no fear.
22. As soon as the shooting ended I gave the gull two crisp.
23. The gull naturally told a series of lies and fabrications.
24. A gull moved soundlessly, not beating its wings—a shadow.
25. He, in turn, grinned at me and then waved down a gull that.
26. In all the raucous neither I nor the gull heard the police.
27. He pointed to the gull and then nodded his head, indicating.
28. The gull was flying so high the elevation caused me to puke.
29. The crow gave Chica a dirty look and then followed the gull.
30. Thane cursed as the sea gull swooped down towards him yet again.
31. The gull, although without any justification, felt the same way.
32. Thankfully, plant life and gull breathing creatures will not be.
33. As such the Gull Dong has the best of both worlds; hence it is a.
34. Seagull grows tired of the dull, routine life of his sea gull clan.
35. A new purchase at some monster sale for which a gull has been mulcted.
36. The gull was away several days -- longer than the rabbits had expected.
37. There were gull feathers everywhere, enough for an elaborate headdress.
38. Captain Roland Bryan sent out a distress call 12 miles from Gull Island.
39. Gull shadows sailed over and kited their faces with sudden passing coolness.
40. A white-winged gull flew by, with the flash of sunshine on its silvery breast.
41. She laughed at herself, out loud, scaring a gull from its perch on a nearby rock.
42. A squirrel? A pigeon? The gull sounded as if it could not believe its ears.
43. Golly, it was a storm! One has to be a gull or an albatross to stand that sort of weather.
44. A gull lifted up and circled over my head, between me and the clouds, then it let out a single cry.
45. Suddenly he made off like a bounding hare, ears flung back, chasing the shadow of a lowskimming gull.
46. They were at the seashore in November and this was a gull crying over their heads in the gray color of dawn.
47. Laying his ears flat in the fanned draft, he stared up at Kehaar as the gull rose, rather heavily, into the air.
48. Suddenly he saw something white and shining in the moonlight,—either a bird, a gull, or a white sail on a boat.
49. He knew that a gull, which should have been far away at this time of year, knew that Bigwig had made a friend of Hyzenthlay.
50. A huge, blue New Holland monster growls under wheeling planes of gull wings in a field on the higher, inland side of the road.
51. And without me there anymore? He watched as a gull glided smoothly down, coming to rest on a rail at the far end of the landing.
52. He came in with a larger total, but that was only half of it, he actually had the gull, to wear a hole in his new shoes that week.
53. The gull swallows the bait while still on the wing, gulping down the stone with it, and the change in weight causes the bird to crash.
54. The closest thing that I could hear to the cry of a gull surfing on the edge of the land was the habitual shout of the guard after I had showered.
55. Cunning and resourceful in adversity, he had nearly succeeded in hurting the gull when he leaped at him out of the close cover by the plank bridge.
56. Now and then a gull circled before them, looked at them unconcernedly, as if they were in some way of his kindred, and swept away into the distance.
57. Bigwig, however, remained with the gull, making no secret of his admiration, talking and listening to it for Bluebell had told his story of El-ahrairah.
58. I have sometimes disturbed a fish hawk sitting on a white pine over the water; but I doubt if it is ever profaned by the wind of a gull, like Fair Haven.
59. Roset was sent for no other purpose than to gull the Government, and because Erskine was disposed to do us justice in part, he was recalled and disgraced.
60. It is an attempt, if I may be allowed the expression, to gull and deceive us, by an artful, intriguing policy, which ought to excite our jealousy, and rouse our highest resentments.
61. Not because this idea was and is a total fucking complete lie which it is, but because the undead do not like being forced to change their tactics and customary swindles which they have used for ages to fool and gull the living with.
62. With the landless gull, that at sunset folds her wings and is rocked to sleep between billows; so at nightfall, the Nantucketer, out of sight of land, furls his sails, and lays him to his rest, while under his very pillow rush herds of walruses and whales.
63. A washing machine rises bright and shining from its packaging, suffers a decade of high-speed revolutions and hot water calcification, and finally returns back to its constituent elements through recycling or decomposition deep beneath the gull strewn summits of landfill.
64. As Dantes (his eyes turned in the direction of the Chateau d'If) uttered this prayer, he saw off the farther point of the Island of Pomegue a small vessel with lateen sail skimming the sea like a gull in search of prey; and with his sailor's eye he knew it to be a Genoese tartan.
65. Hazel could not help wondering whether he really would return, for he knew that Kehaar, like themselves, felt the mating urge and he thought it quite likely that after all he would be off to the Big Water and the raucous, teeming gull colonies of which he had spoken with such feeling to Bigwig.
66. Besides, it has been divined by other continental commentators, that when Jonah was thrown overboard from the Joppa ship, he straightway effected his escape to another vessel near by, some vessel with a whale for a figure-head; and, I would add, possibly called "The Whale," as some craft are nowadays christened the "Shark," the "Gull," the "Eagle.
67. To behold such devices, which are nothing else than the savage and daring inventions of the galleys, spring forth from the peaceable things which surrounded him, and mingle with what he called the "petty course of life in the convent," caused Fauchelevent as much amazement as a gull fishing in the gutter of the Rue Saint-Denis would inspire in a passer-by.
68. If thou hearest the cry of the gull on the shore,.
69. Without proper training the Gull Dong is hard to control,.
1. There may be coarse hypocrites, who consciously affect beliefs and emotions for the sake of gulling the world, but Bulstrode was not one of them.
2. No man or set of men ever can or will get this country at war, or continue it long in war, without keeping on hand a stout, round stock of gulling matter.
3. The question is: how gullible are you? If someone rings you up on the phone and tells you they are god or the devil: are you going to believe them just because they tell you this? If an unseen voice or communication comes to you: can you instantly recognize whether the hidden undead thing is good or evil? If an unseen foul thing tells you it is a good angel and tells you to go fight the infidel because they worship Satan: Are you aware that the filthy thing contacting you is indeed Satan, and is gulling you to kill living innocent humans who have never done you any harm? If an undead filthy thing contacts you and tells you to kill all Christians because the god of Mohammed is the only true god and the god of the Christians is a false prophet: can you see what or who is telling you this? While all of these unspeakable filthy stinking undead cackle in insane glee at the spectacle of living people killing each other over imaginary differences which they the undead have created, preserved and perpetuated.
1. The whole world has been brainwashed and gulled and fooled into admiring all sorts of unfair advantages.
2. To accuse Jews for making too much of a profit from stupid, gullible, gulled Germans; would not only humiliate the entire modern German Nation.
3. Humans have been gulled and fooled into believing that the unfair advantage of tools and technology makes them in some way superior or better than other living creatures.
4. So now the gulled rich people want to bomb all the poor nations into rubble, and make the top class even moiré powerful while destroying the civil liberties of the poor.
5. They are the reason living humans are programmed, brainwashed, forced, blackmailed, lured, paid, encited, persuaded, fooled, gulled, deluded, tricked, into committing evil.
6. The reason the culture of all ancient tribes were ‘spiritual’ was because they knew these undead things were hiding inside things all around them, and feared and hated them, and were gulled and fooled into worshipping them.
7. Now these newer walking apes have not only never walked over it: they have laid the land to waste, and destroyed it beyond recognition in a short 300 years… the original American natives paid a heavy historical price for how easily they were conquered and gulled.
8. For thousands and thousands of years: the entire civilized world: all civilizations, in all periods of history and also prehistory going back tens of thousands of years before permanent settlements were invented… this was the universal way in which humans served the undead and were gulled by the undead and were fooled by them.
9. Then coincidentally and conveniently, after the lower class dupes had lost all their money …just when the colony finally showed a proven ability to make a profit … zip! All the pamphlets disappeared and the public rejected the offering of the fourth renewed charter, which severely reduced the Company's ability to make decisions in the governing of the colony, thereby predictably making the offering of the new charter unpalatable to the gulled masses.
10. Am I or am I not candid? What do you think? It seems to me that a man could hardly be more so—for do I not reveal confidence, and that without the prospect of reward? But, to continue, acuteness of mind is, in my opinion, a very fine thing; it is to all intents and purposes an ornament of nature, one of the consolations of life by means of which it would appear a poor magistrate can be easily gulled, who, after all, is often misled by his own imagination, for he is only human.
11. Science’s idea of foregoing all human morality, and replacing the morality of supernatural entities with an amoral, non-moral inhuman uncritical idiocy which treats Nature as if all Nature is an omniscient god, and there is no GOOD and no evil within Nature, and that whatever happens; and especially everything that happened in the past was and is both natural and good form of ‘natural selection’, is another way these undead have programmed, brainwashed, and gulled the latest crop of modern humans into remaining unaware of their foul, destructive evil existence.
1. Now the barking of gulls.
2. Gulls glided high above them.
3. A flock of gulls squalls overhead.
4. The gulls seeing that the little.
5. But the other gulls have seen the.
6. However, the gulls are the lowest.
7. I like peeps better than the gulls.
8. I looked up and saw sea gulls circling.
9. Some, such as gulls, guard nests tenaciously.
10. The stillness at the moor, as sea gulls sing.
11. Sea gulls floated against a cloudless blue sky.
12. That oddly plaintive cry made by laughing gulls.
13. Gulls flew in front of the pastel-colored clouds.
14. Families, the sound of gulls, the sea air off the bay.
15. On the other hand, gulls are the most fearful of humans.
16. The wailing of the gulls it bears, and at the gate it moans.
17. The squirrels and gulls stopped eating and then approached.
18. The stink was incredible; gulls were swooping low overhead.
19. However, gulls are also the most weary and apprehensive of.
20. But you came not with the wailing gulls from the grey sea's mouth.
21. He missed the sea and the noisy sea gulls chattering in the half-light of dawn.
22. The waves still moved, and the sea gulls still cried, but I could hear nothing.
23. She ran up the beach half a mile and came back, having startled only the gulls.
24. A flock of gulls scattered, keening loudly and interrupting their conversation.
25. Gulls bobbed around on the swell, unfazed by the movement of the water beneath them.
26. The sea gulls come flapping in to sit on the cannery roofs to await the day of refuse.
27. He glanced at Will's drawing, which consisted of two gulls hovering above a tranquil sea.
28. Petra thought of the Royal city dump, heaps of trash swarming with sea gulls and rodents.
29. I went by the water’s edge and stood with some gulls who seemed undaunted by my presence.
30. All I felt now was the cold of the wind, the sound of the sea and the gulls crying my pain.
31. On the ceiling were carved figures of dolphins, sea lions, whales, pelicans, gulls, and foxes.
32. Most would get taken by the gulls if you didn’t so you’re doing the little buggers a favor.
33. She should have been posed against a background of sea-clouds, painted masts and wheeling gulls.
34. The beach sounds, like the gulls, made for interesting contrast to the crisp tones of the trean.
35. Just beyond its environs, you could smell the salt air and hear the lonely cries of the curlews and gulls.
36. Carol fidgets in her seat and turns her head, watching one of the gulls ripping at a slice of crispy bacon.
37. Alas for the wailing of the gulls! Did not the Lady tell me to beware of them? And now I cannot forget them.
38. Sammy barked at the sea gulls that caw-cawed and swooped above his head, but Will was quite deaf to his yelps.
39. More than thirty gulls descended on the small group of little monsters, giving them strong pecks with their beaks.
40. The gulls were screaming above their heads, the sound of shattering water was in their ears, as they rode forward.
41. But it’s doubtful Charlie can hear him amid the churn of what must be ten thousand gulls or pigeons whirling outside.
42. For that man rides like a skiff; in his troughs he wallows in his lowness and at his peaks he soars as high as the gulls.
43. The beach is empty except for a few gulls ferreting about in the heaps of seaweed dumped on the high tide line by the sea.
44. Surprised, the boys retreated while trying to protect themselves from the gulls at all costs, but they were not successful.
45. Condensation drew lines on the fogged parts of the glass, and beyond these lines, birds floated in a clearing sky, the gulls of Jamaica.
46. On this you sat and listened to the faint wash of the water at your feet and watched the sun flashing off the wings of innumerable gulls.
47. In the late blue light, he can watch the people in the streets below, hurrying home, and sometimes gulls soar past, white against the dark.
48. The waves beat against the shore and above their heads, the sea gulls screamed hoarsely at the daylight that soon would break out in the east.
49. Later at my hotel I heard gulls screaming and watched as two of them plunged toward the recesses of the tilted crown of the great roof outside my terrace.
50. Except for the gulls and pelicans she had been completely secluded on this nearly private beach and imagined herself the owner of the island on which she found this unspoiled, 120.
51. Gulls up there, pigeons, sparrows, jays, and starlings, a congress of birds converging for some reason on Nassau County, every wingèd thing on earth soon to take its place along the barricades.
52. A handful of gulls dipped in the blue, alternatively, to re-emerge from the heavy waves then, victorious, with the fishing product hanging in their beaks, which would serve them, subsequently, as food.
53. Despite the August heat, it was cool down by the water—there was a steady, southeasterly breeze, and the gulls and sandpipers were swooping and diving around them, laughing merrily amongst themselves.
54. When the gulls had gone flapping out over the water she said, We need you to help us prevent this, and we can save ourselves if we impact a big old daedelus-drive starship on that asteroid at full drive and detonate the reactor.
55. The ocean churned, sending enormous white caps crashing onto the deserted beach that even the gulls had abandoned, and had turned a shadowy grey colour as if mimicking the somber mood of Mother Nature as she wreaked her temper on the coast.
56. Birds of prey, winging from the sea, rising from marshlands, swooping from eyries, hover screaming, gannets, cormorants, vultures, goshawks, climbing woodcocks, peregrines, merlins, blackgrouse, sea eagles, gulls, albatrosses, barnacle geese.
57. But I did so because I was happy, because I had not courted death, because to be cast upon a bed of rocks and seaweed seemed terrible, because I was unwilling that I, a creature made for the service of God, should serve for food to the gulls and ravens.
58. And behind the last row of sheds is the back acre known as The Lab: a scrabbly emptiness sheltered on all sides by man-made dunes whose inner slopes, scorched an igneous black, are dotted at all hours with dozens, sometimes hundreds, of the local gulls.
59. Two steamers and a sailing-ship crossed each other; passed each other; and in the bay the gulls kept alighting on a log, rising high, returning again to the log, while some rode in upon the waves and stood on the rim of the water until the moon blanched all to whiteness.
60. At eleven in the morning, we motored through Venice and looked at the canals with a thin layer of green slime on their surface, and passed the half-torn-down pier and looked at some gulls soaring in the fog up there, and no sun yet, and the surf so quiet it was like muffled black drums.
61. The reason angels have wings: is because for thousands of years: the areas where living humans lived were surrounded by thousands of gulls: birds: flocks of birds in trees… sitting in trees all around the homes of living humans, living in human cities and all around human habitations.
62. She thinks of the whelks in Harold Bazin’s kennel, ten thousand of them; how they cling; how they draw themselves up into the spirals of their shells; how, when they’re tucked into that grotto, the gulls cannot come in to carry them up into the sky and drop them on the rocks to break them.
63. And the talk, the wonderful talk flowed on—or was it speech entirely, or did it pass at times into song—chanty of the sailors weighing the dripping anchor, sonorous hum of the shrouds in a tearing North-Easter, ballad of the fisherman hauling his nets at sundown against an apricot sky, chords of guitar and mandoline from gondola or caique? Did it change into the cry of the wind, plaintive at first, angrily shrill as it freshened, rising to a tearing whistle, sinking to a musical trickle of air from the leech of the bellying sail? All these sounds the spell-bound listener seemed to hear, and with them the hungry complaint of the gulls and the sea-mews, the soft thunder of the breaking wave, the cry of the protesting shingle.
64. As for gulls and pigeons,.
65. To the Sea, to the Sea! The white gulls are crying,.

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