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The Variegated Horsetail is not exclusively maritime, however, for it sometimes grows by the sides of rivers and ponds.
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We then travelled through the island by railway and crossed to the Maritime Provinces of Canada.
The result has been the saving of vast amounts of maritime property, estimated at many millions of dollars yearly.
It was moved that the King should be requested to place the direction of maritime affairs in other hands.
There would be a maritime war; and such a war Scotland had no means of carrying on.
In a few seconds we heard his voice reverberating from side to side of the Boulevard Maritime.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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It comprises two distinct zones, a maritime zone and an inland zone.
The great number and magnitude of their colonies and cities are proofs of their maritime skill and power.
The war was almost over, although privateers still endangered maritime commerce.
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