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  • Author of 'The Cruise of the "Cachalot,"' 'Idylls of the Sea,' &c.

    Southern Arabia

  • We were now in the haunts of the Sperm Whale, or "Cachalot," a brilliant look-out being continually kept for any signs of their appearing.

    The Cruise of the Cachalot Round the World After Sperm Whales

  • "Cachalot,"'' The Log of a Sea-Waif, '' Deep Sea Plunderings, '&c. Second Edition.

    Historical Mysteries

  • Up Periscope gathers together the stories and exploits of a number of famous submarines —Spearfish, Sealion, Salmon, Ursula, Cachalot, Tigris, Thunderbolt, Rarqual.

    David Masters

  • In 1981, the track was re-released on Barclay and Cachalot records.

    Burundi beat, or, obtaining copyright for a rhythm is a difficult proposition « Jahsonic

  • In 1981, the track was re-released on Barclay and Cachalot records.

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  • “The Cachalot” (Sperm Whale) “is not only better armed than the True Whale” (Greenland or Right Whale) “in possessing a formidable weapon at either extremity of its body, but also more frequently displays a disposition to employ these weapons offensively and in manner at once so artful, bold, and mischievous, as to lead to its being regarded as the most dangerous to attack of all the known species of the whale tribe.” —

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • His face blocked by a large cerise blob of calorie-free sugared air puff, Briann watched the peculiar pair pause in front of an exhibit on the undersea life of Cachalot.

    Diuturnity's Dawn

  • His face blocked by a large cerise blob of calorie-free sugared air puff, Briann watched the peculiar pair pause in front of an exhibit on the undersea life of Cachalot.

    Diuturnity's Dawn

  • Physeter whale, and the Anvil Headed whale, is the present Cachalot of the French, and the Pottsfich of the Germans, and the

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

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