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1  The bird looked at him when he spoke.
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2  "Take a good rest, small bird," he said.
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3  "The bird is a great help," the old man said.
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4  "Stay at my house if you like, bird," he said.
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5  A small bird came toward the skiff from the north.
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6  The bird made the stern of the boat and rested there.
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7  He rowed slowly and steadily toward where the bird was circling.
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8  Now the old man looked up and saw that the bird was circling again.
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9  The bird went higher in the air and circled again, his wings motionless.
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10  Just then he saw a man-of-war bird with his long black wings circling in the sky ahead of him.
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11  He watched the flying fish burst out again and again and the ineffectual movements of the bird.
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12  He went back to rowing and to watching the long-winged black bird who was working, now, low over the water.
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13  But he said nothing of this to the bird who could not understand him anyway and who would learn about the hawks soon enough.
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14  As he watched the bird dipped again slanting his wings for the dive and then swinging them wildly and ineffectually as he followed the flying fish.
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15  But he crowded the current a little so that he was still fishing correctly though faster than he would have fished if he was not trying to use the bird.
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16  If they don't travel too fast I will get into them, the old man thought, and he watched the school working the water white and the bird now dropping and dipping into the bait fish that were forced to the surface in their panic.
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17  But the bird was almost out of sight now and nothing showed on the surface of the water but some patches of yellow, sun-bleached Sargasso weed and the purple, formalized, iridescent, gelatinous bladder of a Portuguese man-of-war floating close beside the boat.
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