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“Dr. Nale Hargrave tossed his spotless grey hat expertly across the six feet of space between him and the coat tree, humming the while a currently popular tune whose only words he could remember were "Feemo fimo fujo, the flumy fwam to fwojo.”
“With £60 of Argos bling, and some hoop ear ringed slappers on the arm, you get respekt fwam de massiv init.”
“Several of the natives fwam off, bringing cocoa-nuts; and Omai, ,with their countrymen, whom we had with us in the boats, made them fenfible of our wifbi to land.”
“The fnake fwam away from them very faft, keeping his head above water; the fifli fnapped at his tail, but when he turned himfelf, that fifli would withdraiv, and another would fnap, fo that by turns they kept him employed, yet he ftill defended himfelf, and fwam away a great pace, till they were out of fight.”
“Tayota, taking the advantage of their conftemation, immediately jumped into the fea, and fwam back towards the Endeavour.”
“The boat having conveyed him pretty near to the furf, he leaped into the fea, and fwam afhore.”
“When (ilrange to tell!) this hair-brainM lord Orr horfe-back fwam to the Slip's fide,”
“Pie now took a final leave, and fwam towards fome rocks at a conliderable diftance.”
“At firft he was weak, and fwam with little fpirit, but in a little time he dived, and after remaining about a minute ifndef water, returned to the furface much more alert and vigorous* He had probably re-* freihed.”
“The horfe fwam ikfe to land, b»t his gallant rider,, alas! was no more.”
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