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Scotch shrewdness has occasionally a certain smack of mild hypocrisy, which, however, does no harm to anyone.
The little bullet-headed Jim was drafted off to the workhouse school, and from thence to a small fishing-smack.
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The new smack was flying a flag at her masthead, but Jim could not read well enough to make out the inscription on the flag.
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On one grey Sunday morning a pretty smack came creeping through the fleet.
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The skipper of the smack invited Jim to go below, and handed him a steaming mug of tea.
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His boat was astern, so he jumped over the counter and sculled himself straight to the Mission smack.
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But on the ninth day the Mission smack ran into the Blue fleet again, and Jim took a desperate resolution.
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The smack was well clear of the fleets and spinning along nicely to southward on a dark night, and Jack was at the wheel.
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A sullen calm fell, and the smack rolled with clashing blocks and groaning spars, making night hideous.
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Most of them have a smack of realism which shows that Donald has a serious aim in life, that of being a successful man.

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