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Then, in August, the school announced it was cutting a slew of sports teams because of a financial crunch caused by the coronavirus pandemic — including the swim and dive team she captained for two years.
Yet somehow, after a chilly 55-degree swim amid its unfathomable depths, I emerged feeling stronger and more lit up than ever.
But, do you know, I have a notion to go down to the beach and take a good wash and even a little swim, before dinner?
She felt her sails flapping about her, but none the less was she determined to reach her goal if she had to get out and swim.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Swim to the edge of the moat and, clambering out, take to his legs was naturally the first impulse.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
He abandoned his grip of the wall and began to swim gently toward the eastern angle.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
So, when they saw the land quite near, what did they do but leap overboard, and swim towards it!
I shall give 'em real turtle from Birch's, and as for fizz, they shall swim in it if they like.
He said that he could build a submarine that could swim under the water and destroy any war vessel afloat.
If possible, be not abashed by one or two errors at the first plunge—swim on till you have confidence.

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