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" On the coast of the opposite shore was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height, and of considerable thickness. At the bottom, on both sides of it, alternate stones had been left out, so as to form a series... "
The Gateway to the Polynia: A Voyage to Spitzbergen - Página 188
por John Campion Well - 1876 - 355 páginas
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THE POLAR WORLD: A POPUAR DESCRIPTION OF MAN AND NATURE

DR. G. HARTWIG - 1869
...shore was soon reached. On the coast was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height, and of considerable thickness. At the bottom, dn both sides of it, alternate stones had been left out, so as to form a series of square compartments...
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The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar ...

Georg Hartwig - 1871 - 761 páginas
...shore was soon reached. On the coast was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height, and of considerable thickness....on both sides of it, alternate stones had been left oat, so as to form a series of square compartments for the ducks to make their nests in. Almost every...
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The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar ...

Georg Hartwig - 1872
...coast was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in heigh^, and of considerable thickness. At the bottom, on both sides of it, alternate i^ones had been left out, so as to form a series of square compartments for the ducks to make their...
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The Auk

1914
...the coast of the opposite shore was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height, and of considerable thickness....a series of square. compartments for the Ducks to nest in. Almost every compartment was occupied, and as we walked along the shore, a long line of Ducks...
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volumen15;Volumen62

William Makepeace Thackeray - 1890
...stone breakwater ran along its coasts just above high-water mark. At the bottom and sides of the wall alternate stones had been left out, so as to form a series of compartments for the ducks to nest in. Every compartment was tenanted, and as the visitors walked along...
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Poachers and Poaching

John Wilson - 1891 - 327 páginas
...stone breakwater ran along its coasts just above high-water mark. At the bottom and sides of the wall, alternate stones had been left out so as to form a series of compartments for the ducks to nest in. Every compartment was tenanted, and as the visitors walked along...
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American Duck Shooting

George Bird Grinnell - 1901 - 623 páginas
...the coast of the opposite shore was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height and of considerable thickness....form a series of square compartments for the ducks to nest in. Almost every compartment was occupied, and as we walked along the shore a long line of ducks...
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In Audubon's Labrador

Charles Wendell Townsend - 1918 - 353 páginas
...the coast of the opposite shore was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height, and of considerable thickness....alternate stones had been left out, so as to form a scries of square compartments for the Ducks to nest in. Almost every compartment was occupied, and...
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A Natural History of the Ducks: Plectropterinae, Dendrocygninae, Anatinae ...

John Charles Phillips - 1986 - 419 páginas
...the coast of the opposite shore was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about three feet in height, and of considerable thickness....form a series of square compartments for the ducks to nest in. Almost every compartment was occupied, and as we walked along the shore, a long line of ducks...
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Life Histories of North American Wild Fowl: Order Anseres (part)

Arthur Cleveland Bent - 1923 - 446 páginas
...coast of the opposite shore was a wall built of large stones, just above the high-water level, about 3 feet in height, and of considerable thickness. At...form a series of square compartments for the ducks to nest in. Almost every compartment was occupied, and as we walked along the shore a long line of ducks...
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