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A curtain of fog had grown on the northern horizon and was drawing shorewards slowly but surely.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
She turned her boat shorewards, and presently forced it beneath the bronze-leafed, drooping boughs of a sycamore.
AUDREYMARY JOHNSTON
While he sat thus looking out to sea, his attention was suddenly attracted shorewards.
The French ensign was flying at her peak, and a boat had left her side which was being rapidly pulled shorewards.
THE LOG OF A SEA-WAIFFRANK T. BULLEN
With these and some rags I covered my aching feet, and then, mounting on the rail, looked long and eagerly shorewards.
THE LOG OF A SEA-WAIFFRANK T. BULLEN
This time the relief was late and the M.L. steamed angrily up and down, with all eyes strained shorewards.
SUBMARINE WARFARE OF TO-DAYCHARLES W. DOMVILLE-FIFE
The boy, as yet unconscious of his peril, now glances shorewards, and sees the banks wheel past.
IDOLATRYJULIAN HAWTHORNE
The skipper, without replying, steered shorewards, the other clambering down the rock to meet him.
IDOLATRYJULIAN HAWTHORNE
Akela then turned the boat shorewards suddenly, and pulled at the oars for dear life, and all the Cubs helped by cheering.
On the way shorewards the Cubs met a kind lady who lived in the little house at the end of the sea-wall.

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