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1  "The danger is most serious," I laughed.
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2  I grasped that I was in danger, but that was all.
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3  We were in imminent danger of being swamped by the whitecaps.
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4  Another day of heart-breaking and dangerous toil saw us in camp with the two topmasts to the good.
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5  It reminded me of Taine, yet I knew the man had never heard of that brilliant though dangerous thinker.
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6  On the one hand, it costs you nothing to encounter danger; on the other hand, it even gives you delight.
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7  The danger lay in the heavy fog which blanketed the bay, and of which, as a landsman, I had little apprehension.
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8  Topsails would be a nuisance and a danger for a crew of two, so I heaved the topmasts on deck and lashed them fast.
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9  After all, she was only a woman, crying her relief, now that the danger was past, in the arms of her protector or of the one who had been endangered.
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10  His face was anxious, as was the face of my companion, who had stumped over to the rail and was gazing with a like intentness in the direction of the invisible danger.
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11  I knew not what had aroused me, but I found myself out of my bunk, on my feet, wide awake, my soul vibrating to the warning of danger as it might have thrilled to a trumpet call.
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