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Knihy Knihy 14 z 4 na dotaz ... often of the great quantity of birds on the uninhabited islands, I was not prepared....
" ... often of the great quantity of birds on the uninhabited islands, I was not prepared to see them in such myriads as here. The whole sides of the rugged hills were literally covered with them. Having passed a deep fissure in the rocks, I ascended a... "
Narrative of the United States' Exploring Expedition: During the Years 1838 ... - Strana 131
autor/autoři: Charles Wilkes - 1845 - 372 str.
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Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition: During the ..., Svazek 2

Charles Wilkes - 1849
...passed a deep fissure in the rocks, I ascended a crag that led to what I thought was their principal roost, and at every step my astonishment increased....particularly displeased them, for they snapped at me in all directions, catching hold of my trousers, shaking and pinching my flesh so violently as to make me...
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Voyage Round the World: Embracing the Principal Events of the Narrative of ...

Charles Wilkes - 1849 - 668 str.
...passed a deep fissure in the rocks, I ascended a crag that led to what I thought was their principal roost, and at every step my astonishment increased....speak. It appeared as if every one was vying with his neighbor to make the greatest possible noise. I soon found my presence particularly displeased them,...
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The Antarctic Manual for the Use of the Expedition of 1901: Map

George Murray - 1901 - 586 str.
...passed a deep fissure in the rocks, I ascended a crag that led to what I thought was their principal roost, and at every step my astonishment increased....impossible to hear one's self speak. It appeared as if everyone was vying with his neighbour to make the greatest possible noise. I soon found my presence...
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The Antarctic Manual

Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) - 1901 - 586 str.
...rocks, I ascended a crag that led to what I thought was their principal roost, and at every step rny astonishment increased. Such a din of squeaking, squalling,...impossible to hear one's self speak. It appeared as if everyone was vying with his neighbour to make the greatest possible noise. I soon found my presence...
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