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  • It included remote areas of the globe, in wild tropical lands and blue island-studded seas.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • It included remote areas of the globe, in wild tropical lands and blue island-studded seas.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • And behind, all down the island-studded Alaskan coast, even to the Horn, were yet ten thousand more, harnessers of wind and steam, hasteners from the ends of the earth.

    CHAPTER I

  • He swept the island-studded bend and saw the ice-mountains larger and reaching out one to the other.

    CHAPTER 24

  • It included remote areas of the globe, in wild tropical lands and blue island-studded seas.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • It included remote areas of the globe, in wild tropical lands and blue island-studded seas.

    Helen Davey: Pan Am: A Dream Takes Flight (Part IV)

  • The wildness of the west, the Baja side, is made up of vast stretches of coastline, island-studded, mostly unpopulated, abundant with coves and points, cliffs, rock islets, inlets softened by mangroves; the mainland side to the east strung with port cities, fishing fleets.

    Kook

  • Surrounded by bluffs capped with deep loess, the historic island-studded meandering river channel has been stabilized and narrowed to manage discharge and to promote navigation and agriculture.

    Ecoregions of Iowa and Missouri (EPA)

  • It appears to be standing as a guide to the entrance of an island-studded bay which the early Portuguese explorers mistook for a river and named "River of the First of January," to remember the date of their discovery of the place on New Year's Day, 1502.

    Chichen Itza, the Colosseum, and Statue of Christ the Redeemer: Three of the 7 'New' Wonders of the

  • Its porch, which had early Victorian lacy carvings in the corners like wooden spider webs, overlooked the lovely island-studded lake and the wooded hills on the opposite shore, where the sun first appeared in the morning.

    Portrait of An Artist

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