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When she heard it there came before her imagination the figure of a man standing beside a desolate rock on the seashore.
A similar circumstance has occurred on the seashore at Hoy Lake, Cheshire, where several "fairy pipes" have been found.
They marry, but while walking by the seashore, the sea-maiden rises from the waves and carries off the hero as her property.
The hero hears sounds of wailing, and finds the maiden, the daughter of the King of the Isles, exposed upon the seashore.
A distant church clock tolled the hour of midnight as he gained the seashore.
These obscure nooks on the seashore, the chosen places of lady bathers, are not always so solitary as is believed.
As he was walking despairingly up and down the seashore, he spied an old man warming himself in the sun.
It is in a hollow in the sand like the nest children scoop out for shelter on the seashore, only vastly greater.
I was riding along the carriage road, on the seashore, intending to turn up to one of the mountain villages.
The ships, in which white men come to the jungle countries, go only as far as the seashore.

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