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BEACH. The sea shore. (q. v.)

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Old Sea Catch, his father, saw him tearing past, hauling the grizzled old seals about as though they had been halibut, and upsetting the young bachelors in all directions; and Sea Catch gave a roar and shouted: "He may be a fool, but he is the best fighter on the beaches! Don't tackle your father, my son!
There was a murmur like the ripple of the tide all up and down the beaches. "We will come," said thousands of tired voices.
But next spring, when they all met off the fishing banks of the Pacific, Kotick's seals told such tales of the new beaches beyond Sea Cow's tunnel that more and more seals left Novastoshnah.
Because of all these therapeutic advantages an ever increasing number of vacationers want to go on beaches which in the end fuel the development of beach towel market.
Idyllic seaside beaches across the north have been voted as some of the best in Scotland - beating off stiff competition from across the country.
You no longer need to travel to Sihanoukville, Koh Kong, Kep and Kampot to enjoy one of the Kingdom's famous beaches.
The MME has equipped 9 beaches in the north, south and southwest to receive those who wish to rest at the beach on the weekdays.
Boracay's White Beach ranked 9th among Asia's Top 25 best beaches in TripAdvisor's 2019 Travelers' Choice Awards.
Despite the environmental woes that prompted its six-month closure, Boracay was recently listed among Asia's top 25 beaches rankings of an American travel website.
White Beach in Boracay was included in Tripadvisor's list of top 10 best beaches in Asia.
Wales and southern England make up the majority of the UK list, having three and four representatives respectively, with beaches in Scotland, Jersey and Yorkshire completing the top 10.