BAYS


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Related to BAYS: Bayes, Headlands and bays
AcronymDefinition
BAYSBay Area Youth Soccer (Mississippi)
BAYSBay Area Youth Swimming (Mississippi)
BAYSBritish Association of Young Scientists (UK)
BAYSBay Area Young Survivors (San Francisco, CA)
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In the bay of Nukuheva was the anchorage we desired to reach.
On the following day, therefore, without troubling himself to consult the partners, he landed in Baker's Bay, and proceeded to erect a shed for the reception of the rigging, equipments, and stores of the schooner that was to be built for the use of the settlement.
These latter circumstances were observed in the Bay of Valparaiso during the earthquake of 1822; they may, I think, be accounted for, by the disturbance of the mud at the bottom of the sea containing organic matter in decay.
As the east paled with the first light of dawn we got under way again, and hauled close on the land breeze as we slanted across the bay toward Point Pedro.
In fact, the traders of the Hudson's Bay Company have advantages over all competitors in the trade beyond the Rocky Mountains.
The next morning, when I looked out, I saw the hollow-backed bay between the Varnum spruces, and Ethan Frome, throwing back his worn bearskin, made room for me in the sleigh at his side.
I was born and raised in Essex County; and I’ve always heern say that the Bay State was provarbal for pronounsation
Also he could collect the stories and the poems into books, and make sure of the valley and the bay and the schooner.
To-morrow I would be an oyster pirate, as free a freebooter as the century and the waters of San Francisco Bay would permit.
The bay was like a bottomless pit of intense light.
According to my observations, we were just off Ram Head, and it was my intention to enter Plymouth Bay and visit Plymouth.
Then they sent a message down to the Doctor to say that they would have to take a rest soon; and that they would pull the boat over to an island not far off, and hide it in a deep bay till they had got breath enough to go on.