twenty-four-foot love

twenty-four-foot

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  • Individuals feel compelled to “do something,” anything, when confronting a challenge, as in a soccer match, where the goalie darts to the left or to the right rather than just standing at the midpoint of his twenty-four-foot domain.

    Magic and Mayhem

  • When it came ashore in Mississippi, it caused a twenty-four-foot storm tide, about one-quarter the height of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • It was now 4: 20 p.m., and in less than a minute and a half, the twenty-four-foot storm surge inundated the entire Rockaway Peninsula, lying less than ten feet above sea level, quickly drowning two foolhardy souls who had stayed there to watch the storm.

    Landstrike: New York's horrible hurricane scenario

  • When it came ashore in Mississippi, it caused a twenty-four-foot storm tide, about one-quarter the height of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.

    Spoken from the Heart

  • When he was just sixteen years old, Loch and his friends built a twenty-four-foot sailboat that they sailed and occasionally raced on Long Island Sound.

    OVERBOARD !

  • When he was just sixteen years old, Loch and his friends built a twenty-four-foot sailboat that they sailed and occasionally raced on Long Island Sound.

    OVERBOARD !

  • Free to do anything I want, so long as it could be done alone, on a twenty-four-foot rowboat, in the middle of an ocean.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Free to do anything I want, so long as it could be done alone, on a twenty-four-foot rowboat, in the middle of an ocean.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • The yacht was beautiful in the morning sun, all white and chrome, a twenty-four-foot speedboat toylike on davits in the back.

    Again to Carthage

  • But the twenty-four-foot depth of the Salamis channel would have rendered this a difficult undertaking even with control at sea.

    The Battle of Salamis

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