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And generally, men ought to find the difference, between saltness and bitterness.
Salt is good: but if the salt have lost his saltness, wherewith will ye season it?
A well-sealed place, dry and clean, the walls faced with stone slabs, shutting out even the saltness of the sea air.
The saltness and odour of Diawl Du's blood, he afterwards said, turned him mad.
She slides slowly back into the cold chill saltness of Cape Cod Bay.
The very dryness and saltness heighten thirst, and therefore the relish of the beer.
You will require to add FRESH water now and then, in order to keep it at the same degree of saltness as the sea."
He tasted the saltness of the spray and turned up his coat collar and pulled down his cap, still looking to seaward.
It lies to the north of Saltness and Symbister, just to the northwest of Hamister.
O waves of death, O saltness, O sorrow manifold!
Saltness is a hamlet in southwestern Whalsay in the parish of Nesting in the Shetland Islands of Scotland.
Vainly I turn to seek him, for my eyes Are dimmed with saltness never born of brine; Vainly I fight the air; he sneers, and lies.
How long he had lain there none knows but God; for in the saltness of the dry desert the flesh had dried on his bones without corrupting, and was as hardened leather.
Other main settlements include, Clate, Isbister, Sandwick, Saltness, Huxter, Challister, Marrister, North Park and furthest north is Skaw.
My readers must expect only so much saltness as the land breeze acquires from blowing over an arm of the sea, or is tasted on the windows and the bark of trees twenty miles inland, after September gales.
There is water of a certain saltness in the sea; well, fill your tank with sea water, and keep it at that saltness by marking the height at which the water stands on the sides.
The old people appeared remarkably well preserved, as if by the saltness of the atmosphere, and after having once mistaken, we could never be certain whether we were talking to a coeval of our grandparents, or to one of our own age.
Your lordship, though not clean past your youth, hath yet some smack of age in you, some relish of the saltness of time; and I most humbly beseech your lordship to have a reverend care of your health.
But notwithstanding that it was very cold and windy to-day, it was such a cold as we thought would not cause one to take cold who was exposed to it, owing to the saltness of the air and the dryness of the soil.
They gave him meat and drink in plenty, and the comfort of firelight and the comfort of human voices speaking his own Hardic tongue, and last and best they gave him hot water to wash the cold and saltness of the sea from him, and a bed where he could sleep.
Then he reached forth his hand and thrust the cup into the water, holding it stoutly because the gush of the stream was strong, so that the water of the Well splashed all over him, wetting Ursula's face and breast withal: and he felt that the water was sweet without any saltness of the sea.