Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The world is my medium; these three years have been a temporary beaching.
Ex-Lucidor was declared a total loss as a result of the beaching.
I just did a story this morning on the Deer Key beaching."
Later the Whale Caller returns to the place of the beaching.
If so, then perhaps I would find monstrous welcomers awaiting my beaching on the western point.
Telegraphist Webber remembers thinking that "the beaching is a tragedy."
There had been something furtive about the beaching.
How far these were attributable to the depth-charge attack or the beaching of the boat could no longer be ascertained.
One such beaching, which occurred near Florence in November 1970, was handled by blowing it up using dynamite.
Some thought it was politically motivated, others said that elders felt the ice conditions and strong currents in the bay would make for a difficult beaching.
Animals may be disorientated by seismic waves used to locate deposits and these are believed to have caused the beaching of whales.
Nobody was injured in the beaching, however after waiting several months for rescue, it was decided to try and make Port Dalrymple.
It can also be equipped with an electronic navigation system with which beaching can be performed accurately.
Thrupp was subsequently honourably acquitted when the court decided that the beaching of the ship was perfectly justifiable.
Usually this landing is subject to ocean swell and beaching requires considerable skill and, often, coral abrasions to bodies.
She is referring to the beaching of the Demeter at Whitby in the novel Dracula.
On the surface, it's a simple account of an actual event, the beaching and death of a whale on Cape Cod.
In coastal areas of Texas, damage was limited to the sinking of several shrimp boats and the beaching of sail boats.
This final ceremony was known as 'the Beaching of the Whale' where the victor was invited to mount and consummate his 'taking of the flag'.
He also attributes other abnormal natural phenomena, such as the mass beaching of whales on the Australian coast earlier this year, to the effects of nuclear tests.
The whale beaching was depicted using full scale models created by Auckland, New Zealand based Glasshammer visual effects.
"There have been numerous irregularities in the behavior of whales in this area lately, including a major beaching at Deer Key this morning," Carol continued.
They deal with marine mammal beaching's from Rockland, Maine to the boarder of the United States and Canada.
Brian Greenslade, leader of Devon County Council, confirmed that the council would be holding a public inquiry into the beaching.
One of Alcort's first innovations for the Sailfish was to create a kick-up mechanism that automatically swung the rudder into a horizontal position for easy beaching.
Remember why you are at the beach in the first place.
Our friends come out and we take them to the beach.
The beach has always been an important part of his life.
The beach is at its best after everyone has gone home.
Even better, we were the only people on the beach.
He turned to the others with them on the beach.
As for what happened on the beach, I saw the whole thing.
I'll let you know what I find out at the beach.
She says stay on the beach side of the house.
I could find you a house right on the beach.
He came at last to the end of the beach.
He looked up and down the beach but could see no one.
I was thinking we might head to the beach together.
They're not going to leave you on the beach for long.
The beach town was used to people coming and going.
He wanted to make love to her again on the beach.
The whole group began to turn away from the beach.
Who were you talking to last night on the beach?
The beach was about what we would have found at home.
They got up and made their way back to the beach.
Stop someone on the beach and ask them where you are.
She'd seen people with them on the beach all the time.
The men and women were looking down the beach at us.
Too bad I hadn't come with my family to the beach.
They went to the beach and found a little party going on.
They had to get her beached within another day at the most.
I was too late to help them: they beached themselves.
Four days later, they beached on a small island to ask for food and water from local people.
At the end of their life, ships were often beached.
He has certainly beached Smith on the trade union question.
A little boat was beached at the edge of the water.
He beached himself in the morning and died aged 27 years.
In just a short while they were all on land, the boat carefully beached.
Now that the danger was past, he took stock of where they had beached.
We beached the canoe, running it right up the bank.
The ship was broken up in less than seven months after being beached.
This was beached at the beginning of the rock cut and continued to be their home for some years.
He had several hits and beached one blue before the action stopped.
He would bring them in at a graze, to have a look before beaching.
Whales have been beaching themselves for years and nobody knows why.
They all pushed free, one after the other, beaching themselves up onto the ice.
Because it beached I got interested, not the other way around."
The ship began demolition a few months after being beached.
The whale beached several times during the day as the tide went out.
After 48 hours work on the pumps it was deliberately beached.
Finally 200 yards away, he beached the fish then briefly held it up for me to see.
I've had no good of her since we beached the ship."
Stay clear of the shore or we'll get beached for sure!"
It was beginning to turn dark when Larry beached the raft.
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