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Three times in the day does she vomit forth her waters, and three times she sucks them down again; see that you be not there when she is sucking, for if you are, Neptune himself could not save you; you must hug the Scylla side and drive ship by as fast as you can, for you had better lose six men than your whole crew.
As for the acquaintance, which is to be sought in travel; that which is most of all profitable, is acquaintance with the secretaries and employed men of ambassadors: for so in travelling in one country, he shall suck the experience of many.
I knew of old the power of the suck which developed when the tide swung around the end of Dead Man's Island and drove straight for the wharf.
I was elated, for I had succeeded in avoiding the suck.
Picture to yourself how awful it would be if he was to suck the darling's breath.
This one feast, for which the benchuca was indebted to one of the officers, kept it fat during four whole months; but, after the first fortnight, it was quite ready to have another suck.
Therefore they hate thee, and would fain suck thy blood.
Not a lumbering black barge, with its cracked and blistered side impending over them, but seemed to suck at the river with a thirst for sucking them under.
When the heat-cloud sucks the tempest, when the slivered pine-trees fall, When the blinding, blaring rain-squalls lash and veer; Through the war-gongs of the thunder rings a voice more loud than all-- It is Fear, O Little Hunter, it is Fear!
B | | Be bug-kind: Only try to suck up bugs that are small enough to go safely through your straw.
Mr Costolo said: "We suck at dealing with abuse and trolls and we've sucked at it for years.
Regulator the Portman Group found Suck & Blow promoted binge drinking and appealed to children through its design and labelling.