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They found that the Barrier Inlet had expanded to form a large bay, in which were hundreds of whales, which led to the immediate christening of the area as the Bay of Whales.
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They squatted on their heels in the deep mud and Dill found a cigar in his breast pocket, passing it over silently.
They explained that they desired only to stop in India until a ship traveling on to Burma could be found.
They went to the Flea Market, expecting to find the treasures of Europe, and found instead a duplication of that long double row of booths in Tours.
They looked so formidable, however, so demanding, that I found myself staring at them in dismay and starting to woolgather again, this time about Francesca and her husband.
They suggested several new foods, and usually I found them good, except the sweets, which I think I could learn to like.
They found a large welcoming group -- El Paso policemen, Border Patrol, sheriff's deputies, and FBI men, who surged around the plane with rifles and submachine guns.
They breakfasted together, but Martin did not refer to his triumph, and Dolores found a great deal to do in the kitchen, bobbing up and down from the table so that talk was impossible.
They are not found in the sea with the exception of one or two frogs that live in brackish water in mangrove swamps.
They found that only one of the 319 Albertosaurus foot bones checked for stress fractures actually had them and none of the four hand bones did.
They are the most common heliozoa in fresh water, and are especially frequent in lakes and rivers, but a few are found in marine and soil habitats as well.
They became prized for their distinctive sound, however, and found life with several musical styles ( most notably bluegrass and also blues ) well after electric amplification solved the issue of inadequate guitar sound levels.
They can also be found in combination with vasoconstrictor drugs such as pseudoephedrine for sinus-related preparations, or with antihistamine drugs for allergy sufferers.
They are also found in some bacteria, notably Mycobacterium tuberculosis where they appear to have a key role in pathogenesis.
They found the baptistry of the 6th century cathedral and large amounts of pottery dated to the 6th and 7th centuries AD ; in other words, the early Christian town.
They found 115 investors to back the $ 350, 000 production, including Richard Rodgers and Sondheim's father.
They are most often found in schools of public health, affiliated with schools of medicine, forestry, or agriculture, or as a focus of application in departments of statistics.
They and Barrier
They escape back through the Time Barrier, but instead of returning to St Oswald in their time of 1970, they find themselves in an icy wilderness.
They break out of R1 and, with Traynor in pursuit, they make their escape through the Time Barrier, which transports them to the year 1965.
They are popular attractions for ecotourist divers in the Red Sea, off the Maldives, off Thailand's Phuket and Phi Phi islands, on the Great Barrier Reef, and elsewhere.
They are native to the southern Pacific Ocean, from the South China Sea to the Great Barrier Reef off eastern Australia.
They are often referred to in terms of barriers: Sound Barrier, Light Barrier, Time Barrier, Dimensional Barrier, and finally the Speed Force Barrier.
They are disrupted via Quantum Barrier technology ; if a Ghoul is eliminated or repulsed, its Specular image ceases to be a threat as well.
They and Inlet
They established the first home in the neighborhood on the Sarasota Bay Inlet off of what is now known as Vamo Dr.
They then traveled farther north to Lowe Inlet, where they stopped to explore and document the wildlife.
They rowed out of the Leschenault Inlet into the Indian Ocean, and north about twelve miles up the coast.
Other CBC programs previously produced in Newfoundland and Labrador include Reach for the Top, which was hosted by Bob Cole for many years, then later by Art Andrews and Peter Miller ; As Loved Our Fathers, written by Tom Cahill ; Soundings ; Yarns from Pigeon Inlet, TV adaptations of stories written by Ted Russell ; Skipper and Company, which featured Ray Bellew ; Where Once They Stood, a community profile series ; Yesterday's Heroes ; the 1997 five-part series East of Canada: The Story of Newfoundland ; the Ryan's Fancy show ; and from 1982 until the late 1990s with a brief gap in the middle of the decade, Newsfinal ( CBC's local late night news show, anchored at times by Deborah Collins, Karl Wells, Glenn Tilley, etc.
They also explored Cook Inlet and the Kenai Peninsula, where a possession ceremony was performed, in what today is called Port Chatham.
They and had
They had been seen as soon as they left the ranch, picked out of the darkness by the weary though watchful eyes of two men posted a few hundred yards away in the windless shelter of the trees.
They had the house cleaned up by noon, and Wilson sent the boy out to the meadow to bring in the horses.
They had spent a million dollars, carving in a road, putting up buildings, drilling their haulage tunnel.
They trailed him across the wide hallway to the parlor, four roughly garbed and tough-looking men who probably had never before ventured into such a house.
They believe that if the South had been let alone it would have produced a civilization superior to that of modern America.
They had located the runway of a colony of ants and as the ants came out of the ground, the boys picked them up, one at a time, and pinched them dead.
They thought of themselves, to use Jefferson's words, as `` the Argonauts '' who had lived in `` the Heroic Age ''.
They recognized that slavery was a moral issue and not merely an economic interest, and that to recognize it explicitly in their Constitution would be in explosive contradiction to the concept of sovereignty they had set forth in the Declaration of 1776 that `` all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among them are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
They had watered their stock at immense profit, then had raised the price of coal fifty cents a ton, netting themselves another $20,000,000 in annual profit.
They had lost twice with the radical Bryan, and were having no part of Hearst, whom they considered more radical than Bryan.
They had to take blood samples to the laboratory to test them, for one thing, and there was much required preliminary procedure.
They had risen from humble beginnings by their own diligence and astuteness, they were unfettered by the codes that bound nobles like Othon or even the older generation of clerks like Hotham, and they were working for an end that their opponents had never even visualized.
They had other topics of conversation, besides their news from courts and fairs, which were of interest to Othon, the builder of castles in Wales and churches in his native country.