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The waters quickly turned choppy after that as the virus spread around the world.
Video posted on Instagram, Tik-Tok and Facebook documented at least 10 other boats rushing to aid the sinking vessel and plucking 60 victims out of the choppy water.
It’s another day of choppy trade in stocks, oil, and in Bitcoin.
From a player standpoint, that means no more choppy, slow-loading environments, and more realistic lighting effects that integrate convincing reflections and highlights.
If video conferencing gets choppy or cuts out, it’s difficult to get information out to kids.
But there was a breeze blowing, a choppy, stiff wind that whipped the water into froth.
Elton had a pleasant, sun-burnt face and a little choppy moustache beneath which his teeth glistened when he smiled.
We were always out to tea, and to boil the kettle in a choppy sea was the great excitement.
The surface of the ocean was unusually calm for that quarter, in which a rather choppy sea is usually running.
The water was choppy and roily, the canoe bobbed a good deal, the anchors dragged, and we did not see any fish.

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