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- n. The deeper part of the sea or ocean in which no light penetrates
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It often seemed to him as if he were floating in the air, and swimming between time and eternity in the deep sea of God's unfathomable marvellousness.
Â Â Â Four in strands of deep sea foam, Five that si and brings them home. "
Although the earthquake in Kiangsu was far more extensive than the disaster in Louisiana it attracted little attention in the world press because everyone was used to catastrophes happening in China and the loss of some million lives did not seem very important; and besides, it was scientifically clear that it was only a tectonic earthquake to do with the deep sea trench near the Riukiu and Philippine archipelagoes.
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(something to do with the development of the yoke sac of the fry of the deep sea fish, Argyropelecus Hemigymnus Cocco), he was ostracised by the scientific community and committed harakiri; it was a matter of honour and professional pride among university scientists that they don't take into account any of the scientific work done by a newt.
Roosevelt bragged of teaching “neophyte” Callaghan the techniques of deep sea fishing during a cruise to the Galapagos Islands in the summer of 1938, see Geoffrey C.
Blackbirds and thrushes were by now in full voice in the woods, and by four o’clock I was up and gazing across the deep sea of mist that hung across the valley of the Wylye.