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BOTTOMSBenthic Observatory and Technology Testbed on the Mid Shelf (Skidway Institute of Oceanography)
BOTTOMSBack On To The Old Manual System
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Yes," he declared, after looking it over, "the thing certainly has a false bottom.
The trap, being fastened to the pole, resists all his efforts to drag it to the shore; the chain by which it is fastened defies his teeth; he struggles for a time, and at length sinks to the bottom and is drowned.
A thin stream of blackish, dry particles filtered slowly through the tiny aperture into the bottom of the cup.
This bottom differed entirely from the one I had visited on my first excursion under the waters of the Pacific Ocean.
Now Rokoff seized one of the paddles lying in the bottom of the craft, and, with terrorwide eyes still glued upon the living death that pursued him, struck out madly in an effort to augment the speed of the unwieldy canoe.
world-- everything to a dead world, where avalanches, rolling from the summits of the mountains, would disperse noiselessly at the bottom of the abyss, retaining the motion, but wanting the sound.
To keep ships afloat is his business; it is his trust; it is the effective formula of the bottom of all these vague impulses, dreams, and illusions that go to the making up of a boy's vocation.
The stone cannot be removed from its place by any force, because the hoop and its feet are one continued piece with that body of adamant which constitutes the bottom of the island.
She dropped him into the bottom, took her seat, and unshipped the oars.
They gazed down into the water, which was so transparent that it seemed as if they could have seen the gold and silver at the bottom, had there been any of those precious metals there.
At first they heaved with a will, but when the stone was half way up they let it drop suddenly, and it fell to the bottom broken into a hundred pieces.
How hot it was at the bottom of that long tube of metal