““Watch out for squalls, is all I can say to you,” was”
“An hour only he remained, and on a fresh horse was gone, while rain squalls rattled upon the windows and the rising wind moaned through the redwoods, the memory of his visit a whiff, sharp and strong, from the wild outer world.”
“In the blinding rain squalls, Jerry frees a wheel that has slipped off the cable, permitting the car with the Spillanes aboard to move on to the bank.”
“The weather has only a few tricks, and they mostly involve gentle rain squalls, bright but gentle high-altitude sun, and gentle breezes.”
“Presently located 110 miles east of Palm Beach, it's sending feeder bands of wind and rain squalls across South Florida.”
“A month went by, and then, one morning, between two rain squalls, a schooner sailed in through our passage and dropped anchor before the village.”
“And then, something before noon, the rain ceased to fall, though coming again at odd times in short squalls; yet the wind died not, but blew steadily, and continued so from that quarter during the remainder of the time that we were upon the island.”
“And look out for squalls," is Louis's prophecy, "for they hate one another like the wolf - whelps they are.”
“Watch out for squalls, is all I can say to you," was Louis's warning, given during a spare half-hour on deck while Wolf Larsen was engaged in straightening out a row among the hunters.”
“Everywhere else throughout the almost changeless year, steadily alternating land and sea breezes with gentle variable winds and calms prevail, interrupted occasionally on the west coast during the "summer" by squalls from the south-west, which last for one or two hours, and are known as "Sumatrans.”
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