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When the count was favorable, they would signal the “big player,” usually Uston in some sort of disguise, who would swoop in and make an enormous bet.
Rumors reached him that a raiding party off a British frigate, known to be sailing in the Gulf of Maine, would swoop in to burn the America as she stood on the stocks.
But like many others, she also looked up and around at the sky and rooftops, wondering which hero would swoop in to save the day: Breezeway?