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A strange breed of sailors from the lower deck came up, with mops and buckets.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
He agreed, and, launching our boat and throwing in two buckets of eggs, we pulled out.
Tying themselves and their buckets to the thwarts, they went to work and soon relieved her of a heavy load.
The buckets, Fig. 3, are formed of some easily melted, but not too soft metal alloy which can be cast in plaster molds.
The cups, or buckets, are shaped in a die which can be cast or built up of two pieces, as desired.
It resounds with all the doubly loud noises of a half-empty place—with hammering and tacking, clanking buckets, the "Whoas!"
MUSHROOM TOWNOLIVER ONIONS
This was made by means of heavy cables to which the buckets were suspended.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
You carried two buckets of water down to him, and he thanked you when he drank it.
At noon time when they went to get the dinner they poured three buckets of water in his face and almost drowned him.
He puts up a windlass, worked by hand, over the well-like hole he has dug out, and hoists the ore out in buckets.
STORIES OF CALIFORNIAELLA M. SEXTON

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