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1  But the wind was contrary, the sea bad; they tacked and kept offshore.
The Three Musketeers By Alexandre Dumas
Get Context   In 49 FATALITY
2  Instead of taking the waters of Forges, I go and take sea waters; I am free to do so.
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Get Context   In 19 PLAN OF CAMPAIGN
3  I received orders to go and take charge of you on the sea, and to conduct you to this castle.
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4  The walls are thick, the doors strong, and the bars solid; besides, your window opens immediately over the sea.
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Get Context   In 50 CHAT BETWEEN BROTHER AND SISTER
5  He soon left the pathway of the patrol, descended across the rocks, and when arrived on the edge of the sea, whistled.
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Get Context   In 58 ESCAPE
6  I see you to tell you that everything separates us--the depths of the sea, the enmity of kingdoms, the sanctity of vows.
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Get Context   In 12 GEORGE VILLIERS, DUKE OF BUCKINGHAM
7  If when on the ship you speak a single word to anyone before the captain permits you, the captain will have you thrown into the sea.
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8  The eight oars fell at once into the sea, making but a single sound, giving but a single stroke, and the boat seemed to fly over the surface of the water.
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9  This unexpected circumstance brought back Richelieu's former anxiety, and forced him in spite of himself once more to turn his eyes to the other side of the sea.
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10  Then, as the wheels rolled over a fine gravel, Milady could hear a vast roaring, which she at once recognized as the noise of the sea dashing against some steep cliff.
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11  If we are attacked, we will defend ourselves; if we are tried, we will stoutly maintain that we were only anxious to dip ourselves a certain number of times in the sea.
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12  My heart told me what your mouth has just confirmed--that is to say, with what view you have exposed yourself to the dangers of a sea so perilous, or at least so troublesome at this moment--and I sent my cutter to meet you.
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13  They entered the roadstead; but as they drew near in order to cast anchor, a little cutter, looking like a coastguard formidably armed, approached the merchant vessel and dropped into the sea a boat which directed its course to the ladder.
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14  Still further, the sea, very rough at this period of the year all along the sea coast, destroyed every day some little vessel; and the shore, from the point of l'Aiguillon to the trenches, was at every tide literally covered with the wrecks of pinnacles, roberges, and feluccas.
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Get Context   In 43 THE SIGN OF THE RED DOVECOT
15  The star of day, pale but nevertheless still splendid, was setting in the horizon, glorifying at once the heavens and the sea with bands of fire, and casting upon the towers and the old houses of the city a last ray of gold which made the windows sparkle like the reflection of a conflagration.
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16  To take spies and hang them, to make hazardous expeditions upon the dyke or the sea, to imagine wild plans, and to execute them coolly--such were the pastimes which made the army find these days short which were not only so long to the Rochellais, a prey to famine and anxiety, but even to the cardinal, who blockaded them so closely.
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17  Meantime Milady, drunk with passion, roaring on the deck like a lioness that has been embarked, had been tempted to throw herself into the sea that she might regain the coast, for she could not get rid of the thought that she had been insulted by d'Artagnan, threatened by Athos, and that she had quit France without being revenged on them.
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