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  • We approached the beach -- "Oars" -- the men laid them in.

    Tom Cringle's Log

  • Hardly, however, was he settled than he found himself listening to Frank, who remarked, as Alfred left the room, "We shall be sure to have 'Oars' in soon!"

    Louis' School Days A Story for Boys

  • "Oars," said Rob huskily, as he gave a kind of gasp.

    Rob Harlow's Adventures A Story of the Grand Chaco

  • Oars were shipped, and its occupants waited for us to heave to and take them aboard.

    Chapter 18

  • Oars never run out of gas and if you hit something you won't hurt it.

    Making Jet Skis Less Obnoxious

  • Oars lifted as the boats pulled in on both sides of the dock, and the rowers glanced at him as they lifted their lightweight sculls from the water and flipped them upside down onto the waiting stands.


  • Oars splashed in the water as the sailors reversed their paddles while staring at the hordes of creatures on the island.


  • Oars snapped like twigs, the ship shuddered, and their progress slowed.


  • Unmitigated England: Creaking Oars skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Creaking Oars

  • Oars Mr. McDonough used as a child decorate the living room.

    At Home in Suburbia


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