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“When he rose on a wave he caught sight of a big motor-launch.”
“If I leave now, I can borrow the motor-launch and be in Pacifica in an hour I can have the men drop me in the shallows, then anchor the launch just below the cliffs, and I can take the path up from the beach.”
“Beltaire has a private motor-launch, and I suspect he will be reasonable about my use of it if I want to visit the city after dark.”
“Helena, as they looked out, became aware of a small motor-launch heading across their course towards a yacht whose tall masts were drawn clean on the sky.”
“Before I knew where I was somebody would be coming off from Falmouth in a motor-launch to have a look at me.”
“There it would be transferred to the motor-launch and taken to Marazan in the early part of the night, to meet the machine.”
“From the direction of Chippewa Bay appeared a chugging motor-launch that came directly to the dock.”
“If we had a boat -- even a canoe -- we could follow that motor-launch and see if those pirates make a landing.”
“The motor-launch sped off to the jetty where they all landed.”
“I have just returned from a tour of inspection, and there are a few gallons of petrol in my motor-launch: not very much, I'm afraid, but better than nothing.”
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