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  • Since there was no alternative, Jef finally flung out a mooring rope and Inspector Neveu, as an experienced sailor caught hold of it with a certain pride.

    Maigret and the Bum

  • The murderer, in order to avoid being seen from Watt’s Hill, got into the punt and slid down the stream using the long mooring rope as you probably did when you yourself sketched from the punt.

    Scales of Justice

  • He clapped Cadfael weightily on the shoulder, slipped loose the mooring rope he had twined about a stooping willow stump, and set foot with a boy's agility on the side of the boat, at once pushing it off from the shore and sliding down to the thwart in one movement.

    An Excellent Mystery


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