- Inflections. (Wiktionary)
“This floating luxury home will sleep 6 and is described by the company as “ideal for living in bays, atolls, and maritime parks.””
“Only in few bays is there enough of a water height differential to make energy generation efficient or possible.”
“Navigation in the bays is not dependent on the condition of ice in Hudson Strait.”
“Many of the shallow depressions or sinks, often called bays, dome swamps, or gum ponds, contain ponds or small lakes surrounded by cypress trees and other hydrophytic vegetation.”
“The town may be said chiefly to subsist by the trade of making bays, which is known over most of the trading parts of Europe by the name of Colchester Bays, though indeed all the towns round carry on the same trade — namely, Kelvedon, Witham, Coggeshall,”
“In New York and New Jersey such waters are called bays, and on the coast of Carolina they are sounds.”
“The fruit of laurel trees are called bays, and are brown or red without, and white within and unctuous.”
“It will be seen that their arrangement is most irregular -- in fact, they can hardly be called bays at all.”
“In one of the bays was a figure of a goat in black marble, with shining agate eyes.”
“Uncle Grey, I think the bays are the handsomest.”
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Music and lyrics Â©1976 by Gordon Lightfoot
The legend lives on from the Chippewa on down
of the big lake they called "Gitche Gumee."
The lake, it is said, never gives up ...
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