(1) Passage begins on a wide seashore backed with dunes against a cloudless sky.(2) A small bird with a broken wing, left behind by its mates, struggles to escape a crowd of hungry crabs alongside a deserted seashore .(3) The rocky seashore was devoid of any marine life.(4) Instead, why not spend the first three nights closer to the Wine Country and the national seashore ?(5) They had been standing on a rocky seashore .(6) Or visit southernmost Cumberland Island, a national seashore reached by ferry.(7) Coastguards warned people to stop ‘wave-dodging’ on exposed seashores along the Yorkshire coast as winds whipped up mountainous seas.(8) Places with mountains, lakes, seashores , and nice climates are, naturally, the most popular destinations.(9) Marine deposits are formed along seashores by sea water flowing in longshore currents.(10) There are 20 million annual visitors to our national seashores and even more to our marine sanctuaries.(11) The present distribution of mountains and rivers, of fields, of meadows, of steppes, of forests, and of seashores , cannot be considered final.(12) If you like lakes and seashores , it's hard to avoid this noisy, hugely popular brand of ‘personal watercraft.’(13) Rising sea levels are particularly problematic where seashores are nearly flat.(14) The list of Florida's superb coastlines extends to many other beaches but giving space to other seashores in U.S. are the following water bodies.(15) The coconut tree is a palm, usually tall, which flourishes on seashores in the moister parts of the tropics.(16) State parks, lake and seashores , hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, boating, whale watching - you name it and it's close by.
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