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“We need a permit to visit Puerto Crucero where we want to exhume Don Bias's body, then ship it home.”
“All you have to do is crude-process it on site to reduce the weight, ship it out, and you've got a bonanza.”
“They would be returned to their proper places in time for the sunrise service on Sunday, though this year, Father Kulpa would probably just pack all that precious stuff in a box and ship it on over to Betty, since that seemed to be the thing everybody around here was doing.”
“The first ship which the boat could reach happened to be the SEAHORSE; but nothing could induce him to go on board, though he was assured that if they attempted to row to another ship it might be at the risk of his life.”
“Well! – you know he offered, a year ago or more, that by way of making a beginning, I should take off his hands some cotton which he had lying in storage, and ship it to Liverpool on my own account; and as I had no money, I was to pay him by drawing bills in his favour upon the consignees.”
“Under conditions prevailing at the moment, it appears to be His decree that we shall store the wheat in elevators, and ship it in freight cars, and buy it through a grain exchange, with capital borrowed from a national bank; in other words, that our daily bread shall be the plaything of exploiters and speculators, until such a time as we have the intelligence to form an effective political party and establish Industrial Democracy.”
“The Bellman, who was almost morbidly sensitive about appearances, used to have the bowsprit unshipped once or twice a week to be revarnished, and it more than once happened, when the time came for replacing it, that no one on board could remember which end of the ship it belonged to.”
“It eventually established two milk collection centers to receive milk, chill it, and ship it in tank trucks to the Milko sterilizing and filling plant.”
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