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That means more houses and more land, and that means me, for I'll be there to sell them the land.
Do you want to land your tea and silk from Asia and ship it straight East?
The facts seem to me to indicate that peculiar and very distinct species have migrated in radiating lines from some common centre; and I am inclined to look in the southern, as in the northern hemisphere, to a former and warmer period, before the commencement of the Glacial period, when the antarctic lands, now covered with ice, supported a highly peculiar and isolated flora.
The taking of Departure, if not the last sight of the land, is, perhaps, the last professional recognition of the land on the part of a sailor.
The geographer Balbi has well remarked, that an encircled island is an atoll with high land rising out of its lagoon; remove the land from within, and a perfect atoll is left.
You don't call that dinky gardening farming," he objected, pointing to a piece of land barely the size of an acre, which they were passing.
For our sick, they were many, and in very ill case, so that if they were not permitted to land, they ran danger of their lives.
And that was the way Dorothy heard that the Historian wanted to speak with her, and there was a Shaggy Man in the Land of Oz who knew how to telegraph a wireless reply.
Ned Land was about forty years of age; he was a tall man
In the first place," said the General, "we cannot march across the deadly desert to the Land of Oz.
So both those who knew and those who did not know deceived themselves, and pushed on to Smolensk as to a promised land.
As soon as the soldiers had all gone home, Chee-Chee brought the Doctor and his animals out of the hiding-place and they set off for the Land of the Monkeys.