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1  Once in the afternoon the line started to rise again.
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2  But now they were freshening as when the breeze rises.
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3  It was quite light and any moment now the sun would rise.
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4  The sun was hot now although the breeze was rising gently.
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5  The moon did not rise now until late and he had no way of judging the time.
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6  I'm tireder than I have ever been, he thought, and now the trade wind is rising.
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7  They were only perceptible at first as the light is in the sky before the moon rises.
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8  I am sorry I cannot hoist the sail and take you in with the small breeze that is rising.
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9  The sun was rising for the third time since he had put to sea when the fish started to circle.
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10  There was a small sea rising with the wind coming up from the east and at noon the old man's left hand was uncramped.
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11  But tonight the smell of the land breeze came very early and he knew it was too early in his dream and went on dreaming to see the white peaks of the Islands rising from the sea and then he dreamed of the different harbours and roadsteads of the Canary Islands.
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