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rails

n. powdered cocaine arranged into lines. (Drugs.) Max makes the rails too messy.
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From London to Suez via Mont Cenis and Brindisi, by rail and steamboats .
The youth nestled in it and rested, making a convenient rail support the flag.
In a week Jurgis got over his sense of helplessness and bewilderment in the rail mill.
The blow smote the rail just for'ard of the fore-shrouds, splintering a gap through it as if it were no more than a cigar-box and cracking the covering board.
Daughtry, one hand on the rail, with his free arm clasped the Ancient Mariner around the waist.
A sufficient stay will be made here to give opportunity of visiting Ephesus, fifty miles distant by rail.
The journey to Cairo, one hundred and thirty miles by rail, can be made in a few hours, and from which can be visited the site of ancient Memphis, Joseph's Granaries, and the Pyramids.
Thorndike was still smiling when young Andrews leaned over the rail.
Jerry had just remembered his grief and was starting a rush across the deck to the rail to gaze at Meringe growing smaller every second in the distance, when a gust of the South-east Trade smote the sails and pressed the Arangi down.
She suffered me to take her hand, however, and to lead her unresisting to the weather rail.
But the face of the first man to cross the rail undeceived him with a shock that was not at all unpleasurable--it was the face of Astok, Prince of Dusar.
Four of the sailors, including Saxtorph, were scraping the poop rail.
The boys came up on the promenade deck, clustering close to the rail and worshiping Miss Caruthers who had flung them such a wealth of backsheesh.
Once, in a gust, the rail dipped under the sea, and the decks on that side were for the moment awash with water that made a couple of the hunters hastily lift their feet.
From Paris I branched out and walked through Holland and Belgium, procuring an occasional lift by rail or canal when tired, and I had a tolerably good time of it "by and large.