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  • Sometimes she rested her back and watched the teeming beach towards which they were heading, and again, the land-locked arm of the sea in which a score or so of great steamships lay at anchor.

    CHAPTER I

  • We found it quite rough in the Straits and in Suisun Bay; but as the water grew more land-locked it became calm, though without let-up in the wind.

    Charley's Coup

  • York Cut-Off, skimmed across the smooth land-locked water past

    Chapter 22

  • Often you will hear Marco say, "Would you like an ocean view", which always gets a chuckle in land-locked Calgary.

    Larry Leach: Calgary's People, Part 1

  • Earlier Sudan has failed to reach a deal on oil transit fees with its land-locked neighbor, South Sudan, and seized an additional 2.4 million barrels of oil shipments.

    Sudan to Resume Oil Talks With South Sudan

  • Canadian producers have been boosting oil output, and shippers still need pipeline capacity to get that oil out of the land-locked province of Alberta, where most of Canada's oil-sands reserves are located.

    Oil Jumps on Pipeline Deal

  • The first few days the girl imagined that they were like a land-locked Robinson Crusoe, on an adventure.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • Brent has gained prominence at the expense of West Texas Intermediate, the U.S. benchmark, which has broken from the global market as logistical issues have led to rising supplies at its land-locked delivery point in Cushing, Okla., keeping prices down.

    Traders Look To Brent, But Oil Benchmark Has Own Problems

  • Mongolia is a land-locked country with the 19th largest geographic size of any country yet a total population of around 2.8 million people or slightly lower than the population of Brooklyn.

    Howard Steven Friedman: Mongolia's Beauty

  • When Sally Reuther was eight, she and her cousins built a raft on the four acres behind their grandmother's house in Kentucky, intending to float it on a little land-locked pond.

    Robin Madel: Cleaning Up the Chesapeake Bay, One Electric Motor at a Time

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