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During the night we never steamed, the Amasis lying up while we enjoyed quiet rest in the quietest of lands.
Sometimes they cut spiral strips from the curving horns of a mountain sheep, and steamed them straight.
He leaned back, smoking his cigar, patting the dog, and stirring the coffee that steamed in their chipped cups.
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A United States transport just now steamed by, and the men on the guards cheered and waved to us.
The battle had been fought and won, and the triumphant fleet steamed up the river to New Orleans.
This was a signal to quit, and the Fury steamed out of the harbour as fast as she could; but the shot came after her still faster.
It was now five o'clock in the afternoon, and the Merrimac steamed away with the Confederate flag flying in triumph.
Girodon steamed over from Helles to see me and went back again in the evening.
So all the large vessels steamed head on for the iron-clad, butting her right and left.
Then Dewey thought it was time to give his men a rest and let them have some breakfast, so he steamed away.

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