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“Beyond that wall, white-capped blue waters stretched to the horizon.”
“The lake was angry and white-capped, and though a hundred caches were waiting ferriage, no boats were plying back and forth.”
“What better view then here, on the water," he says, looking out at the white-capped ocean.”
“From the window above the sink I can see the green of hills, the sea, white-capped waves, a sailboat or two.”
“A chance bomb must have exploded among them, for the mob, checked until its dead and dying formed the wave, had white-capped and flung forward its foam of living, fighting slaves.”
“During my solitary runs along the banks on the Tualatin River, I often see a Great Blue sometimes two of them, on the other side, seeming to hover on the edge, white-capped water rushing by.”
“We're standing outside the main science lab on the weather deck of the Woods Hole research vessel 'Atlantis' watching white-capped eighteen-to twenty-foot seas rolling across eight thousand foot-deep blue waters.”
“He arrowed himself down toward the yacht, dropping from eight stories above the white-capped water to five, his deltoid muscles burning as his wings slashed through the humid air, the salt tang of brine prickling his nostrils.”
“ It floated over white-capped hillsides and barren canyons, fell through fierce pelts of hail and sleet, and drifted above frozen rivers and sleeping lakes.”
“After hopping out to secure the chain behind us, Hank continued up the long, sandy drive until we could see white-capped waves dancing in the early light.”
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