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  • v. Present participle of bale out.


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  • Mr. Johnstone and Mr. Shairp, get everybody onto baling out the bilges.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Two days were spent in baling out the muddy water from the well till it ran clean, and then they had an opening ceremony when Jean washed her own sarong and all the women crowded into the washhouse laughing, and the men stood round in a tolerant circle at a distance, wondering if they had been quite wise to allow anything that made the women laugh so much.

    A Town Like Alice


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