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three-hundred-foot

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  • One bounce too far to the right, and she would be hurled down a three-hundred-foot decline before crashing headlong into the water that she could see stretch out to the horizon.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • One bounce too far to the right, and she would be hurled down a three-hundred-foot decline before crashing headlong into the water that she could see stretch out to the horizon.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • The “tired … poor … huddled masses yearning to breathe free” are still drawn to the USA, but now instead of a three-hundred-foot benevolent warrior goddess they will face a twenty-first-century Checkpoint Charlie.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • One bounce too far to the right, and she would be hurled down a three-hundred-foot decline before crashing headlong into the water that she could see stretch out to the horizon.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • One bounce too far to the right, and she would be hurled down a three-hundred-foot decline before crashing headlong into the water that she could see stretch out to the horizon.

    Under a Maui Moon

  • The “tired … poor … huddled masses yearning to breathe free” are still drawn to the USA, but now instead of a three-hundred-foot benevolent warrior goddess they will face a twenty-first-century Checkpoint Charlie.

    Shaking the Family Tree

  • As they walked, she called Kai back to tell him what Reggie had said about the three-hundred-foot wave that was heading their way and that he had sent a helicopter for them.

    Rogue Wave

  • As you left the lake behind and continued north on a flat, two-lane highway with pencil-thin, three-hundred-foot waterfalls splashing from cliff faces, a few small factories, the Do It market, and one exotic-dance club by the side of the road, you could sense the Alps higher peaks looming just ahead.

    The Italian Summer

  • As you left the lake behind and continued north on a flat, two-lane highway with pencil-thin, three-hundred-foot waterfalls splashing from cliff faces, a few small factories, the Do It market, and one exotic-dance club by the side of the road, you could sense the Alps higher peaks looming just ahead.

    The Italian Summer

  • The aircraft bombers, paratroop transports, gliders swaying at the end of three-hundred-foot cables, fighter escorts set out for Europe in enormous columns ten miles across and a hundred miles long.

    Excerpt: Tamar by Mal Peet

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