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    1. There was Luron's Cloud, scheduled south this Nightday and the Bram Daring bound north on the eastern shore with Nightday breakfast

    2. She could catch a lakerunner from wherever the coach would drop her on the north shore

    3. He could have reached the coast of Dromedia, but he hugged the western shore where they cruised thru a thousand miles of lon to the horizon on both sides

    4. It was on the north shore of the Gengee Arm, still a thousand miles from Gengee City

    5. There was a prehistoric time when the Gengee had been purely Troll and the Trolls had been peaceful fishermen on its shore where the onion groves survived the winter on islands in the lagoons

    6. John walks under the starry sky, the waves crashing to shore just to his left

    7. They listen to the waves pounding on the shore

    8. The boat touches the shore of the small island, the Buddhist temple in back

    9. The breeze blows peacefully and we hear the far away sound of the surf pounding on the shore

    10. Slowly, as if a soft, breezeless tide were creeping up a gently sloping sandy shore line, I became aware of waves in the distance, and slowly I tuned into the echo of my exhalations

    1. Of how Athena went to Telemachus, shored up his confidence, and

    2. Picking up old cigarette packets and other litter as well as any debris that had fallen into the trench we also shored up any part that needed it

    3. We have shored it up better and used more sandbags out front we have erected more wire and have put more duckboards down on the trench floor”, he passed us our teas and continued

    4. We numbered off and started our journey to the trench we had to mend and when we got there we set to it was hard going but we had now got most of the walls shored back up and the trench cleared so we were not far off finishing

    5. meters down, the clean-up crew had shored up the sides

    6. the access shored up and secured before all the visitors

    7. Sandhya’s fear of water shored up by his assurances en route, sunk her heart as she saw the mighty river in its lean summer course

    8. She had already pulled all the tools she thought she would need at her last stop, shored up her power as much as possible with the resources at hand

    9. What Medraut did next shored it with me that he was cracked as a broken plate

    10. It’s an attractive and drizzly winter’s night, scraps of melting snow shored up against the edges of the Place de la Concorde, the city looking ghostly, its windows jeweled with raindrops

    1. It sits where the Lita joins the Lhar, the actual center is on the North side of the combined river, but an active waterfront exists on all shores of the three rivers and the two main islands in the river junction

    2. Then it went to the shores and lavished the trees of each bank with a slow dose of noon in the middle of Nightday, whipping their fronds to shreds

    3. But I know these shores, as did he,

    4. carry her towards the driftwood shores

    5. They were in very urban waters now, torches burned on the piers all along all shores, this close all docks worked round the week

    6. We have come from across the sea to ask for your aid in fighting the black menace on our shores

    7. The shores were all lined with bright and colorful buildings, often with six or eight floors

    8. There were busy docks along both shores, fronted by two or three stories of workshops

    9. Most of the shipyards were now on the outer shores of the inner ring islands, not on their inner shores like it was four thousand years ago

    10. He got to his feet and walked through the trees that met the shores of the Campbell River

    1. The smell of the bacon cooking was heavenly and the cleaning and shoring work had given us an appetite and this would fill the hole

    2. We turned down a sunken road and on into the beginning of a communications trench as we walked along we would sometimes stumble over shoring planks or broken duckboards

    3. At breakfast 8 said, “The thumps you heard were caused by the staff shoring up the frame of the house because of the effect of the medical equipment

    4. spread through the room, sealing cracks and shoring up wal s

    5. in place options, shoring up their risk exposures and staying on top of

    6. They return to shoring up the cargo containers as Unks just cradles Cass’ head above the slowly retreating water

    7. The list of needs is a long one, but each year it is getting shorter as volunteer teams are shoring up the leaks and reducing poverty and improving the lives and health of Hondurans

    8. shoring up her wall with harder and harder materials

    9. Anticipating credit issues and the need for shoring up its capital base in Q4 2008 the company had issued preferred stock along with warrants and a small amount of common stock

    10. In our own day, after having excavated the gallery of Clichy, with a banquette to receive the principal water-conduit of Ourcq, a piece of work which was executed in a trench ten metres deep; after having, in the midst of land-slides, and with the aid of excavations often putrid, and of shoring up, vaulted the Bievre from the Boulevard de l'Hopital, as far as the Seine; after having, in order to deliver Paris from the floods of Montmartre and in order to provide an outlet for that river-like pool nine hectares in extent, which crouched near the Barriere des Martyrs, after having, let us state, constructed the line of sewers from the Barriere Blanche to the road of Aubervilliers, in four months, working day and night, at a depth of eleven metres; after having—a thing heretofore unseen—made a subterranean sewer in the Rue Barre-du-Bec, without a trench, six metres below the surface, the superintendent, Monnot, died

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    Synonyms for "shore"

    shore shoring prop prop up shore up land set ashore brace stay support post beam buttress strut coast beach seashore seaside sea-coast lake-side

    "shore" definitions

    the land along the edge of a body of water

    a beam or timber that is propped against a structure to provide support

    serve as a shore to

    arrive on shore

    support by placing against something solid or rigid