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1  Another whisper of wind, and another, passed by.
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2  The wind shrieked a wild song through the rigging.
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3  And still we rocked gently, and there was no wind.
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4  The wind was strengthening steadily and the sea rising.
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5  The wind drove them back, and not only over me, but over Henderson and Wolf Larsen.
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6  It did not seem possible that such frail craft could survive such stress of wind and water.
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7  The wind had been momentarily increasing, and the sun, after a few angry gleams, had disappeared.
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8  But the trouble lay in that the wind was not strong enough nor steady enough to keep the sail full.
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9  The storm had evidently broken during the night, though a huge sea was still running and a stiff wind blowing.
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10  The wind was now dead astern, muttering and puffing stronger and stronger, and my head-sails were pounding lustily.
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11  If she were heading south-west as Johnson had said, the wind, then, I calculated, was blowing nearly from the south.
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12  And ever out of the north-east the brave wind blows, driving us on our course two hundred and fifty miles between the dawns.
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13  There was just the faintest wind from the westward; but it breathed its last by the time we managed to get to leeward of the last lee boat.
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14  It was before this steady wind that he hoped to make the major portion of the run to Japan, curving south into the tropics and north again as he approached the coast of Asia.
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15  And this strange vessel, with its terrible men, pressed under by wind and sea and ever leaping up and out, was heading away into the south-west, into the great and lonely Pacific expanse.
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16  When I aroused, it was as after centuries of time; and I saw, almost above me and emerging from the fog, the bow of a vessel, and three triangular sails, each shrewdly lapping the other and filled with wind.
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17  Without pausing for breath, though my heart was beating like a trip-hammer from my exertions, I sprang to the topsails, and before the wind had become too strong we had them fairly set and were coiling down.
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