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1. Soon the keel of the.
2. Without a keel: the boat keels over.
3. I thought they would keel up before long.
4. The boat was racing ahead on an even keel.
5. The keel was made of long pieces of wood bound by iron.
6. Jeff Thatcher! Why, he'd keel over just with two draws.
7. Occasionally they broke their keel showing off like that.
8. To dream of the keel represents emotional balance and strength.
9. Pocock sighted along the pine keel and invited Joe to do the same.
10. The driver must have seen his mate keel over, thinking he was sick.
11. Her keel was laid before you or I was thought of, replied the.
12. Pale sand was under their keel, about ten or fifteen centimetres down.
13. Shorts felt a little like this particular dead dog would not ever keel over.
14. I think Rosalie would keel over and faint if she saw us drive into together.
15. It had a very short keel, making it look like something from the distant future.
16. This assured that all the consumers were on an even keel; but as I pointed 143.
17. He wants to get as much distance under his keel as possible while the daylight lasts.
18. Once the hull filled with water, the heavy keel attempted to drag the vessel downward.
19. She hasn't the slightest doubt about my ability to put our ship back on an even keel.
20. Swift had a 6,000-pound lead keel, designed to keep the boat upright when under sail.
21. She wouldn’t let me alone until she was sure I wouldn’t keel over in her parlor! Mrs.
22. Up front, Roger Morris and Chuck Day were having a hard time keeping the boat on an even keel.
23. All the armor in the world wouldn’t do a ship much good if she ripped out her keel on a reef.
24. That they do, Lass, fer it keeps the Ship on an even Keel when ye clear the Decks in a Storm.
25. They would suspend the buoy slightly one side of the keel, to be in close proximity to the hole.
26. I cut a bunch of holes into the pirate’s hull and sliced into the keel as deeply as I could.
27. In the middle of each deck was a big block of oak, solidly fastened to the keel and side-ribs below.
28. He gritted his teeth with the determination to split the giant’s skull with the keel of the ship.
29. Waves were quartering across the racecourse now, constantly threatening to throw the boats off keel.
30. Because the dock was deep water, the large draft of the ship and cylinder under the keel was not a problem.
31. When he turned the oldies up, loud enough to be heard, she thought she was going to keel over in laughter.
32. It’s useful for ballast in the keel of sailboats, but most of the time (81 percent) it’s used in batteries.
33. But look ye, the only real owner of anything is its commander; and hark ye, my conscience is in this ship's keel.
34. Here, then, I'll seat me, against the transom, in the ship's full middle, all her keel and her three masts before me.
35. After that, it was a matter of time before enough water flooded in and put enough stress on the boat to snap the keel.
36. He stared down at the sailors working on the deck below and then out at the choppy waters beyond the keel of the ship.
37. Just enough water was left, to float the cylinder into position over its heavy ballast keel, where it would be reconnected.
38. Why do you think boats have ribs? And a Keel? Because you have to kill the animal to make a keel out the spine of your kill.
39. He told me that he believed himself to have gone under the keel of the steamer, and to have been struck on the head in rising.
40. Salic raised a foot and kicked the man in the stomach, causing his to lose his balance and fall against the keel of the boat.
41. Many other people have reported similar sightings there since then, and John Keel has done a brilliant job of investigating them.
42. Nothing, I firmly believe, has kept the ship of the British State on an even keel so much as the inner life of our beloved Queen.
43. They had the V-shaped hull and long keel and used the heavy ballast of the fuchuan but had the masts and rigging of the shachuan.
44. Our schooner was named Aloren, Starflower, that is, in Gralde, and small breakers split across her keel as we pulled out of the harbor.
45. Attached to the keel pocket they fitted a mast step and installed the necessary hardware around the gunwales to secure the intended mast.
46. Earth's resume entire floats on thy keel O ship, is steadied by thy spars, With thee Time voyages in trust, the antecedent nations sink or.
47. Conan glared shoreward; like a tongue of emerald flame, a ribbon licked out on the water futilely, an oar's length from the Wastrel's keel.
48. The spray spat into their faces, stinging and cold, but the boat was on an even keel and moved ever onward, slower but onward all the same.
49. By placing these book-matched pairs on either side of the keel, he could ensure perfect symmetry in the boat’s appearance and performance.
50. The red cap of one of the sailors hung to a point of the rock and some timbers that had formed part of the vessel's keel, floated at the foot of the crag.
51. I understand your Lieutenant Zhwaigair’s going through her from keel to main truck, but I can already tell you her armor’s much tougher than our own.
52. From hand to hand, the buckets went in the deepest silence, only broken by the occasional flap of a sail, and the steady hum of the unceasingly advancing keel.
53. The cannon were fired, and at night the patrol found him hidden under the keel of a vessel in process of construction; he resisted the galley guards who seized him.
54. With a length of 397 m (1,300 ft), a beam of 56 m (183 ft) and a depth from deck edge to keel of 30 m (98 ft), the MV Emma Maersk is the largest container vessel.
55. He made it a mission to try to know Jason better and to expose himself more to his boy, so that if Nick were to keel over tomorrow, Jason would have some direct memories.
56. It soon became apparent the lads had already been liberated! Roger, who was staggering and trying not to keel over, mustered all the strength in his body to exit the premises.
57. Clouds hid the moon, everything was obscure, and I heard only the sound of the boat as its keel cut through the waves; the murmur lulled me, and in a short time I slept soundly.
58. In a creek lay a little sloop, with a narrow keel and high masts, bearing on its flag the Monte Cristo arms which were a mountain on a sea azure, with a cross gules on the shield.
59. Slowly the vessel pulled out of its steep dive and our speed dramatically decreased and within moments we were on an even keel and headed for the bay and the last hurdle before us.
60. They built into the midships sole a sleeved, retractable keel which when deployed extended to a depth of more than three feet, and from leading edge to following was also about three feet.
61. Max remarked, You could always keel haul it into the rough position, you know how far along the hull the holes are, and with a bit of slack and a push from me, the suction will do the rest.
62. But in that gale, the port, the land, is that ship's direst jeopardy; she must fly all hospitality; one touch of land, though it but graze the keel, would make her shudder through and through.
63. It was a sound that every old mariner knew—the keel had just shattered in half, which meant there was nothing stabilizing the Calamity against the waves and the ship would flip over in seconds.
64. Marraud was making his move and slowly invading more and more of his space and he had deliberately kept his style and pace on an even keel so as to fool his opponent that it was being successful.
65. And then those great barnacles, those wily worms, those avian overlords, those artful rats, those Piscadors; they live too on their mobile continent, federated along one keel, to steal a good phrase.
66. He rabbits on suggesting all sorts of things and gradually normality is resumed … by the time he parks in the drive of the house I’m more or less on an even keel … if feeling totally washed out.
67. A stray bullet suddenly hits the passenger side of the car! The passenger window and the windshield window both shatter into pieces and fall onto the woman as the woman screams and keel over to her husband.
68. Nonetheless, the lead keel was heavy enough, despite all these air tanks, to tip the equation ever so slightly toward the side of sinking rather than floating and to drag the boat toward the bottom, ever so slowly.
69. Under her anxious eyes, a fantastic-looking craft with short, stubby wings and a sort of large belly keel finally touched down at the very start of the main runway, visibly trying to use as much of its length as possible.
70. So close did the monster come to the hull, that at first it seemed as if he meant it malice; but suddenly going down in a maelstrom, within three rods of the planks, he wholly disappeared from view, as if diving under the keel.
71. Resolved in using to the fullest this first space flight, she pushed a button that uncovered the high precision lens of a very high resolution reconnaissance camera installed vertically inside the belly keel of her space plane.
72. Then he knelt by the fire and painfully wrote something upon each of these with his "red keel"; one he rolled up and put in his jacket pocket, and the other he put in Joe's hat and removed it to a little distance from the owner.
73. Manipulation of the reported earnings by the management even for the desirable purpose of maintaining them on an even keel is objectionable none the less because it may too readily lead to manipulation for more sinister reasons.
74. Diving beneath the settling ship, the whale ran quivering along its keel; but turning under water, swiftly shot to the surface again, far off the other bow, but within a few yards of Ahab's boat, where, for a time, he lay quiescent.
75. It was more distant than average, because directly under the stricken keel was the Gorunna Trench - a chasm in the Disc's surface that was so black, so deep and so reputedly evil that even the krakens went there fearfully, and in pairs.
76. Not very far distant Flask's boat was also lying breathlessly still; its commander recklessly standing upon the top of the loggerhead, a stout sort of post rooted in the keel, and rising some two feet above the level of the stern platform.
77. When I see a vessel plunging up and down in the trough of the sea, fighting her way through and over great waves, and keeping her keel and going on and on—the wonder of the thing fills me, how she can keep afloat and get safely to port.
78. If that cover was really in the open position, then gases as hot as 1,400 degrees Celsius or more would be free to enter the belly keel during reentry, melting or burning everything inside and dooming her space plane to a fiery destruction.
79. No: he desired a canoe like those of Nantucket, all the more congenial to him, being a whaleman, that like a whale-boat these coffin-canoes were without a keel; though that involved but uncertain steering, and much lee-way adown the dim ages.
80. The RMS Georgic was talked up as a new class of ship, a ship fit for a duke, but it was half of the behemoth of a vessel that Harland and Wolff had intended to build before the economy saw the steel of the keel cut in half to yield two vessels.
81. With the exception of her false keel having been torn off, the ship had suffered little injury; but she had beat over a reef, and was riding by her anchors, surrounded by rocks, some of them as high out of water as her lower-yards, and close to her.
82. Meantime, of the broken keel of Ahab's wrecked craft the carpenter made him another leg; while still as on the night before, slouched Ahab stood fixed within his scuttle; his hid, heliotrope glance anticipatingly gone backward on its dial; sat due eastward for the earliest sun.
83. They would then come out of that, glide inches above the grass for fifty yards, then push out for an extreme nose up flare, rise maybe ten or fifteen feet into the air, then tail slide down backwards, landing perfectly, but often heavily, on their feet and the back of their keel.
84. My second hull, the outer cover, includes a keel fifty centimeters high by twenty–five wide, which by itself weighs 62 metric tons; this hull, the engine, the ballast, the various accessories and accommodations, plus the bulkheads and interior braces, have a combined weight of 961.
85. Slowly wading through the meadows of brit, the Pequod still held on her way north-eastward towards the island of Java; a gentle air impelling her keel, so that in the surrounding serenity her three tall tapering masts mildly waved to that languid breeze, as three mild palms on a plain.
86. Yet now, federated along one keel, what a set these Isolatoes were! An Anacharsis Clootz deputation from all the isles of the sea, and all the ends of the earth, accompanying Old Ahab in the Pequod to lay the world's grievances before that bar from which not very many of them ever come back.
87. Every keel a sunbeam! Hurrah!—Here we go like three tin kettles at the tail of a mad cougar! This puts me in mind of fastening to an elephant in a tilbury on a plain—makes the wheel-spokes fly, boys, when you fasten to him that way; and there's danger of being pitched out too, when you strike a hill.
88. To me this vast ivory-ribbed chest, with the long, unrelieved spine, extending far away from it in a straight line, not a little resembled the hull of a great ship new-laid upon the stocks, when only some twenty of her naked bow-ribs are inserted, and the keel is otherwise, for the time, but a long, disconnected timber.
89. Hardly had they pulled out from under the ship's lee, when a fourth keel, coming from the windward side, pulled round under the stern, and showed the five strangers rowing Ahab, who, standing erect in the stern, loudly hailed Starbuck, Stubb, and Flask, to spread themselves widely, so as to cover a large expanse of water.
90. I reasoned that if a man were to keep an even keel within his soul’s ship, the ship of him would ever head in the mysterious direction of due Dreams, which is a direction not printed on any sea-faring maps of the world, but is the prime direction on the moving map of the spiritual world, where souls that dream sail and see.
91. Queequeg believed strongly in anointing his boat, and one morning not long after the German ship Jungfrau disappeared, took more than customary pains in that occupation; crawling under its bottom, where it hung over the side, and rubbing in the unctuousness as though diligently seeking to insure a crop of hair from the craft's bald keel.
92. The cry of terror which ran through the lower deck; the grating of the keel as she was forced in; the violence of the shocks which convulsed the frame of the vessel; the hurrying up of the ship's company without their clothes; and then the enormous waves which again bore her up and carried her clean over the reef, will never be effaced from my memory.
93. But though when she had thus sailed a sufficient distance to gain the presumed place of the absent ones when last seen; though she then paused to lower her spare boats to pull all around her; and not finding anything, had again dashed on; again paused, and lowered her boats; and though she had thus continued doing till daylight; yet not the least glimpse of the missing keel had been seen.
94. And they stuck to it till they did gain it; when instantly, a swift tremor was felt running like lightning along the keel, as the strained line, scraping beneath the ship, suddenly rose to view under her bows, snapping and quivering; and so flinging off its drippings, that the drops fell like bits of broken glass on the water, while the whale beyond also rose to sight, and once more the boats were free to fly.
95. The Orion was a ship that had been ailing for a long time; in the course of its previous cruises thick layers of barnacles had collected on its keel to such a degree as to deprive it of half its speed; it had gone into the dry dock the year before this, in order to have the barnacles scraped off, then it had put to sea again; but this cleaning had affected the bolts of the keel: in the neighborhood of the Balearic Isles the sides had been.
96. In the sea of brown spit and spent cigarettes, their soles cut an even keel, spurred by the belief that such filth laid bare opportunity, that scum belied want and want had a price and as the ideology of the wolf effused, it showed itself as something bred in, that the genius of Marx had brayed out and never could it be more acutely felt than in the bonanza that was Moscow, its formative laws without precedent, given over to those with a will.
97. The analyst must seek to guard himself against this danger as best he can: in part, by dealing with those situations preferably which are not subject to sudden change; in part, by favoring securities in which the popular interest is keen enough to promise a fairly swift response to value elements which he is the first to recognize; in part, by tempering his activities to the general financial situation—laying more emphasis on the discovery of undervalued securities when business and market conditions are on a fairly even keel, and proceeding with greater caution in times of abnormal stress and uncertainty.
98. The echoes of the great hammer where roof or keel were a-making, the signal-shouts of the workmen, the roar of the furnace, the thunder and plash of the engine, were a sublime music to him; the felling and lading of timber, and the huge trunk vibrating starlike in the distance along the highway, the crane at work on the wharf, the piled-up produce in warehouses, the precision and variety of muscular effort wherever exact work had to be turned out,—all these sights of his youth had acted on him as poetry without the aid of the poets, had made a philosophy for him without the aid of philosophers, a religion without the aid of theology.
99. THE END OF THE WORLD: (with a Scotch accent) Wha'll dance the keel row,.
1. Keeling reveals a lot about the occurrence of CO in the.
2. Aye, happy enough…until they started fucking keeling over.
3. Abermôr in the winter? The news of someone keeling over in the street would have been all over the town by now.
4. Soon Keeling Island disappeared below the horizon, and our course was set to the northwest, toward the tip of the Indian.
5. Here, with the hot sun of Palestine and the walking to be done up and down steep streets and stairs, she was at high risk of keeling over on a moment’s notice.
6. Nothing loath, his bowsman hauled him up and up, through a blinding foam that blent two whitenesses together; till of a sudden the boat struck as against a sunken ledge, and keeling over, spilled out the standing mate.
1. Finally he gave up and keeled over.
2. The guard shrieked and keeled over.
3. Luka keeled over and took the couch with him.
4. A dead animal keels over after being killed… or keeled.
5. I held out my hand for mercy, before I keeled over from exhaustion.
6. Moaning, he keeled over at the base of the wall, in a fetal position.
7. Keeled over in agony, he gazed at the offending item that was only a few feet away from him.
8. He could be here for years with no hope of escape, crushing rocks until he keeled over into.
9. The pair fought to control the boat as it keeled over until one gunwale was teasing the water.
10. Asia broke out into an all-out run, when she saw John in front of the house keeled over onto his knees.
11. This time I was able to stay alert long enough to interest Nathaniel in Sesame Street before I keeled over once more.
12. There was a sound of high-pitched electronic feedback and then the cyborg keeled over, dragging Julianna down with him.
13. The partition keeled over, and Phil and Louie kept staggering forward, toppling two more partitions before they stopped.
14. By jings, we forgot to fasten that lean-to door! The nigger Nat he only just hollered "Witches" once, and keeled over on to the floor amongst the dogs, and begun to groan like he was dying.
15. After a keen sail before the wind, this fourth boat—the swiftest keeled of all—seemed to have succeeded in fastening—at least, as well as the man at the mast-head could tell anything about it.
16. And by the eternal Poles! these same Trades that so directly blow my good ship on; these Trades, or something like them—something so unchangeable, and full as strong, blow my keeled soul along! To it! Aloft there! What d'ye see?
17. Untying the chicken, I set it free, deciding that I'd be better off going down to the local shop for a frozen bird, while my nemesis took a couple of wobbly steps towards the gate, squawked once, keeled over and died from a heart attack.
18. Unfortunately Danny and Annie were thrust unceremoniously into the analogue Dickensiana of real life when their father keeled over with a massive heart attack one Saturday evening while watching the family’s favourite football team being trounced by Hereford United.
19. Back flattened anteriorly, a little angular in the middle, covered with small rhomboidal, obtuse, keeled scales; those of the sides larger and smooth, not keeled; centre of the back of a brownish copper colour; sides of a bright copper; broad bands or rings, becoming forked on each side, and assuming nearly the shape of a St.
20. The danger that kept Jodas from a restful sleep also saved his life, sitting with his son in the nursery room he saw a shadow flit past the window opening, someone was on the roof, quietly leaving the child he went to Bunda’s quarters two rooms down the passageway, Bunda was fully dressed standing by the window in the dark, he turned, held up two fingers and pointed up towards the roof, they silently left the room moving towards the inside stairs recruiting four guards along the way, at the top of the stairs Jodas very slowly withdrew the bolts and they concealed themselves either side of the door, after what seemed an eternity the door slowly, ever so slowly, began to open, a foot then a head and finally the body came through the door, the second assassin following, both killers were dressed from head to toe in black clothes, when they were three steps past the door Jodas sprang the trap, after a violent struggle they were soon overwhelmed, stripped, bound and dragged, not too gently, down the stairs, the noise had brought more guards running and Jodas ordered a complete room by room search in case there were more killers lurking in the palace, the noise had woken everyone and Gled came down the passage carrying the baby, one of the assassins seeing her spat towards her and screamed that she’d get the same treatment as that whore Red Fawn, one of the guards hit him on the side of the head with the flat of his sword and he keeled over unconscious, Gled carried off this verbal attack with a nonchalance that gained great respect from everyone present, she then asked if anyone had been hurt, getting an answer in the negative she said goodnight and walked away as regal as any goddess.
1. Without a keel: the boat keels over.
2. And thus with oars and yells the keels cut the sea.
3. A dead animal keels over after being killed… or keeled.
4. The scientist then keels over and shakes his head while making grinding beetlelike noises.
5. And we brought home the rewards of yet another victory with us, consolidated victory over the Keels.
6. Back here again—a huge estuary and river leading inland where the Saxons can bring in their keels.
7. There are reports of many keels coming to beach down on the south coast, bringing new Saxon invaders.
8. The Virgin crowding all sail, made after her four young keels, and thus they all disappeared far to leeward, still in bold, hopeful chase.
9. His new horse was called Long-Neck and had belonged to a lost member of the troop, killed during the Battle of the Keels as it was now called.
10. The Force had the reactors designed for a ship twice as large as its then current destroyer and canceled the project after the reactors were built, but before the keels were laid.
11. At this juncture the Pequod's keels had shot by the three German boats last lowered; but from the great start he had had, Derick's boat still led the chase, though every moment neared by his foreign rivals.
12. Teams of horses would drag the naked logs on sleds out of the forests and to Eid, where the master ship-builder would chop them by eye-measure into the shapes of keels and stern-posts and bow-posts and ribs.
13. He took pride in using a variety of Northwest woods in his products—sugar pine for keels, ash for the frames, Sitka spruce for the gunnels and the hand-carved seats, Alaska yellow cedar for the washboards.
14. But no sooner did the herd, by some presumed wonderful instinct of the Sperm Whale, become notified of the three keels that were after them,—though as yet a mile in their rear,—than they rallied again, and forming in close ranks and battalions, so that their spouts all looked like flashing lines of stacked bayonets, moved on with redoubled velocity.
15. Above us, huddled among the brown weeds, there floated objects originating from all over: tree trunks ripped from the Rocky Mountains or the Andes and sent floating down the Amazon or the Mississippi, numerous pieces of wreckage, remnants of keels or undersides, bulwarks staved in and so weighed down with seashells and barnacles, they couldn't rise to the surface of the ocean.

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