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  • Trotting around the wheel-house to the shady lee-side of it, he came upon his fate; for be it known that Captain Duncan possessed on board in addition to two fox-terriers, a big Persian cat, and that cat possessed a litter of kittens.

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  • Stenning and I stuck by the wheel and did our stuff, soaked to the skin and trembling with cold, out of the lee-side window of the house.

    Movie Night

  • Particles move up the slope until they reach the crest of the feature and then avalanche down the steeper lee-side to collect at the base of the next dune or ripple.

    Fluvial landforms

  • I wouldn't have expected to find much of relevance in that cut-throat world to a learning professional on the lee-side.

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  • I wouldn't have expected to find much of relevance in that cut-throat world to a learning professional on the lee-side.

    Be the stupidest person in the room...

  • I stayed him with a hushing finger to my mouth then sank down and attempted to hide myself in the lee-side of the object.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • I stayed him with a hushing finger to my mouth then sank down and attempted to hide myself in the lee-side of the object.

    The Vesuvius Club

  • It should be placed on the lee-side of the main rooms, if possible in a separately ventilated, detached room.

    3. Design rules

  • Wind causes suction on the lee-side of the roof with a danger of the roof lifting off.

    4. Roof structure

  • The wind was not strong, but possessed that biting quality which makes one raise one's coat collar and withdraw, hurriedly to the lee-side of the upper deck.

    The Lonely Sea

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