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1  Then I experimented with the sail.
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2  After breakfast I had another unenviable experience.
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3  All your experience of men and things is worthless here.
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4  I had not the experience to steer at the gait we were going on a quartering course.
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5  In this connection I cannot forbear relating my first experience with a boarding sea.
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6  Our experience warranted this state of mind, and we went about our work with anxiety always upon us.
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7  You little thought when you trusted yourself to me that I had had no experience whatever with small boats.
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8  But I shall be a different women for the experience, as well as a stronger woman," she answered; "and, I hope a better woman.
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9  Out of my experience with stewards on the Atlantic liners at the end of the voyage, I could have sworn he was waiting for his tip.
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10  I proceeded to experiment, lashing and wedging the steering-oar until the boat held on fairly well by the wind without my assistance.
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11  I remembered hazily the physics of my school days, while the last few months had given me practical experience with mechanical purchases.
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12  Then, in desperation, I abandoned the attempt to reef the mainsail and resolved to try the experiment of heaving to under the close-reefed foresail.
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13  But as I was without experience, and as every detail was an experiment and every successful detail an invention, the day was well gone before her shelter was an accomplished fact.
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14  But as I was without experience, and as every detail was an experiment and every successful detail an invention, the day was well gone before her shelter was an accomplished fact.
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15  Concerning his own rages, I am convinced that they are not real, that they are sometimes experiments, but that in the main they are the habits of a pose or attitude he has seen fit to take toward his fellow-men.
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16  Three hours more were required to gasket the mainsail and jib, and at two in the morning, nearly dead, the life almost buffeted and worked out of me, I had barely sufficient consciousness to know the experiment was a success.
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17  I, who had lived my life in quiet places, only to enter at the age of thirty-five upon a course of the most irrational adventure I could have imagined, never had more incident and excitement crammed into any forty hours of my experience.
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