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  • Whereupon, as Hipper planned it, the British warships would fall prey to the waiting U-boats he proposed to station off the Firth of Forth, Cromarty, and the entrances to Scapa Flow.

    Castles of Steel

  • A rambunctious group of young Starfleet fighter pilots from the Thunderchild who hadn’t yet switched over to station local time were ending their duty day around a large collection of bar tables they’d pulled together.


  • Scorbutic ulcers broke out on Flinders 'feet, so that he was no longer able to station himself at his customary observation-point, the mast-head.

    The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders

  • With everything in readiness at nine o'clock, Tom asked Harlan Ames to station himself inside the rocket to prevent any possibility of a last-minute sabotage attempt.

    I, TOO, DREAM....

  • As to station and position, she was as well known and highly respected in Cloudland as the schoolmaster himself: she was one of the fixed facts of the town, as much as the meeting-house.

    Oldtown Folks

  • He picked up the radio from the nightstand and tuned it to station KDIA—the Bay Area’s own gospel on Sunday mornings.

    A Love So Deep


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