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It was necessary to have dry wood to keep the steam up to the adequate pressure, and on that day the poop, cabins, bunks, and the spare deck were sacrificed.
said Harvey, looking round the dark double tier of bunks as if he expected to find a cow there.
So violently had she heeled over, that the men in the cabin had been thrown on top of one another into the lee bunk, where they squirmed and twisted and were washed about, those underneath being perilously near to drowning.
Across the channel two strong sailormen lay unconscious in their bunks where I had drunk them.
We'll sleep here," he said, "unless you prefer this bunk.
Rotted blankets lay in the bunks, and pots and pans were on the stove.
Wherefore, the large stone and brick cells, lined with double and triple-tiered bunks, in which the Law is wont to incarcerate him, he calls the Hobo.
For the most part, the remaining four hunters leaned on the table or lay in their bunks and left the discussion to the two antagonists.
He looked sharply round the bunks in the tossing light of the lantern; and then, walking straight up to me, he addressed me, to my surprise, in tones of kindness.
Low bunks that ran the full cabin length, upholstered in cheerful green, served as seats.
She tossed, she pitched, she stood on her head, she sat on her tail, she rolled, she groaned, and we had to hold on while on deck and cling to our bunks when below, in a constant effort of body and worry of mind.
Her father was sleeping soundly in his bunk in the corner.