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There being no creek handy the two motor boats remained where they were, with their mudhooks holding them steady against the never ceasing flow of the current.
Let me have that endorsement gadjet and I'll lash it to the fluke of one of our mudhooks next time we come to anchor, and after it's laid a while on the bottom of Singapore harbor, or wherever it is we next let go, under twenty, thirty, or forty fathom of water, whatever it is, I'll let you see what it looks like. '
He thought of Ilse Dumont and of the man with the golden beard, realising that he had had a wonderful time, after all; sorry in his heart that it was all over and that the _Volhynia_ was due to let go her mudhooks in the Mersey about three o'clock the next morning.
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"Jus 'wait till I get my mudhooks onto him," growled Ben, "an 'I'll let
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