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The time seemed interminable as we swept on our way, now in almost complete darkness, for the rolling clouds obscured the moon.
Even the wheel, quite a deal higher than the waist, was covered and swept again and again.
This time, though we were continually half- buried, there was no trough in which to be swept, and we drifted squarely down upon the upturned boat, badly smashing it as it was heaved inboard.
My fingers were torn loose, and I swept across to the side and over the side into the sea.
As they were descending they swept across a railroad directly over a troop-train that was heading at full speed for Chicago.
The coop did not toss around any more, but rode the waves more gently--almost like a cradle rocking--so that the floor upon which Dorothy stood was no longer swept by water coming through the slats.
On Friday two trailers heading to Lodwar were swept by river Turkwel.
Next, the rotating tool is moved outward for a distance and then swept counterclockwise along a circular path to form two deep button structures.
This arrangement provides lots of ways of editing and manipulating sweeps: by editing the trajectory, rotation or scaling curve, or the object that is being swept. However, the existence of so many possibilities can complicate the provision of an appropriate mechanism of manipulating a sweep surface.
Ian Bitcon, area manager for fire safety, y said: "All we ask is that you have your chimney swept regularly by a registered chimney sweep to keep you and your family safe."
Lara Lewis, five, was playing on a beach near Lisbon, in Portugal, on a family holiday when a wave swept her to her death in August.
The sonar images of the seafloor after passage of the sweep showed that the contact area of the disks was approximately 5% of the total swept area.
Sweeping closest to the stone will have the greatest impact on the stone-ice friction, allowing the shortest time for the ice to re-cool before the stone travels over the swept area.
NWFRS urges householders to have their chimney swept by a registered chimney sweep.
3 : to move over or across swiftly often with force or destruction <Fire swept the village.>