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  • We crossed the next span of bridge through driving spray, and were well upon the top of the for'ard-house when something adrift on the deck hit the for'ard wall a terrific smash.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • One was carried away for'ard with a broken leg -- it was Iare Jacobson, a dull-witted Scandinavian; and the other, Kid Twist, was carried away, unconscious, with a bleeding scalp.

    CHAPTER XII

  • Mr. Mellaire tells me that in another week there will be a plague of these boils with all hands for'ard.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • Mr. Pike cried, as the Elsinore dipped by the head and hurtled the water for'ard.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • Remained the steerage, just for'ard of the cabin, separated from it by a stout bulkhead and entered by a companionway on the main deck.

    CHAPTER X

  • The captain nodded and considered, and walked for'ard on his own deck to keep abreast of the faster vessel.

    A SON OF THE SUN

  • "We'll have to clean up for'ard, or we'll be having the sticks about our ears," the mate said, already starting to depart.

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • I do know that I heard the rush of feet of men from for'ard along the main deck.

    CHAPTER XLII

  • Mr. Pike, will you please go for'ard and interview this devil?

    CHAPTER XXXV

  • And as I went for'ard through the wall of darkness after Mr. Pike and

    CHAPTER XXXV

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