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" The tremendous sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise, confounded me. As the high watery walls came rolling in, and, at their highest, tumbled... "
The Living Age ... - Page 91
1851
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The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David ...

Charles Dickens - 1849 - 32 lehte
...tremendons sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...seemed to scoop out deep caves in the beach, as if its purpose were to undermine the earrti. When some white-headed billows thundered on, and dashed themselves...
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The Personal History of David Copperfield, 1. köide

Charles Dickens - 1850 - 624 lehte
...tremendous eea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...seemed to scoop out deep caves in the beach, as if its purpose were to undermine the earth. When some white-headed billows thundered on, and dashed themselves...
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The Personal History of David Copperfield, 1. köide

Charles Dickens - 1850 - 624 lehte
...tremendous sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise, confounded me. As the high watery walk came rolling in, and, at their highest, tumbled into surf, they looked as if the least would engulf...
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The North British Review, 15. köide

1851
...tremendous sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...seemed to scoop out deep caves in the beach, as if its purpose were to undermine the earth. When some white-headed billows thundered on, and dashed themselves...
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Charles Dickens's works. Charles Dickens ed. [18 vols. of a 21 vol. set ...

Charles Dickens - 1867
...the sea from behind places of shelter, as if they were surveying an enemy. agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...hoarse roar, it seemed to scoop out deep caves in th• beach, as if its purpose were to undermine the earth. When some white-hendea billows thundered...
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The Readings of Mr. Charles Dickens, as Condensed by Himself, 1–10. köide

Charles Dickens - 1868 - 348 lehte
...The tremendous sea itself, when I could find pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...me. As the high watery walls came rolling in, and tumbled into surf, I seemed to see a rending and upheaving of all nature. Not finding Ham among the...
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David Copperfield ...

Charles Dickens - 1870
...itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, Ihe flying stones and sand, and the awful noise, confounded...rolling in, and, at their highest, tumbled into surf, the\- looked as if the least would engulf the town. As the receding wave swept back with a hoarse roar,...
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The works of Charles Dickens. Household ed. [22 vols. Orig. issued in ...

Charles Dickens - 1871
...tremendous sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...seemed to scoop out deep caves in the beach, as if its purpose were to undermine the earth. When some white-headed billows thundered on, and dashed themselves...
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A Thousand and One Gems of English Prose

1872 - 534 lehte
...tremendous sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blinding wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful noise,...seemed to scoop out deep caves in the beach, as if its purpose were to undermine the earth. When some white-headed billows thundered on, and dashed themselves...
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The Works of Charles Dickens, 5. köide

Charles Dickens - 1872
...tremendous sea itself, when I could find sufficient pause to look at it, in the agitation of the blind ing wind, the flying stones and sand, and the awful...tumbled into surf, they looked as If the least would ingulf the town. As the receding wave swept back with a hoarse roar, it seemed to scoop out deep caves...
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