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" My comrades appeared more like corpses than living men, and so, I suppose, did I. However, I could not forbear, in spite of warnings, to step out and look at the camels; they were still lying flat as though they had been shot . The air was yet darkish,... "
Narrative of a Year's Journey Through Central and Eastern Arabia (1862-63) - Page 19
by William Gifford Palgrave - 1865 - 466 pages
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The Cornhill Magazine, Volume 11; Volume 58

England - 1888
...before long it brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted, the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity.' The same traveller, while admitting that sandstorms resembling the duststorms of India are not uncommon...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volume 42

Henry Allon - 1865
...before long it brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted, the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity.' Among the miserable tribe of nomades that infest Arabia, the Sherarat are the most miserable. They...
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Travels in Arabia

Arabian Peninsula - 1872 - 325 pages
...before long it brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted, the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity." " Late in the evening we continued our way, and next day early entered Wady Sirhan, where the character...
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The national reading books, adapted to the government code ..., Volume 4

1871
...darkish, but before long it brightened up to its usual clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted, the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity. — Palgrave's ' Arabia.' J A NEW VOLCANO IK SOUTH AMERICA. Ojf the 14th of November, 1867, a new volcano...
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'New and old', ed. by C. Gutch, Volumes 9-10

Charles Gutch - 1881
...up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the Semoon lasted the atmosphere wağ entirely free from sand or dust ; so that I hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity. — William Gi/ord Pulyract'*. Arabia, in 1862-68. VoL I., pp. 17-19. SPIRITUALISM. (Continued from...
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TRAVELS TO ARABIA

BAYARD TAYLOR - 1874
...before long it brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted, the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity." " Late in the evening we continued our way, and next day early entered Wady Sirhan, where the character...
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Among the Arabs: adventures in the desert, and sketches of life and ...

1875
...before long it brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity." * Another danger to which travellers in the desert are exposed, consists in storms of sand, which are...
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The Graded-school Fifth Reader

Thomas Wadleigh Harvey - Elocution - 1875 - 336 pages
...darkish, but it soon brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted, the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity. Adapted from WG Pa/grave. XLV.-THE NEW- YEAR. out, wild bells, to the wild sky, J- I) The flying cloud,...
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Curiosities of travel: or, Glimpses of nature

Charles Armar Wilkins - 1876
...before long it brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity." His Bedouin guides, it would seem, ridiculed the idea of moving sand columns and their destructive...
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The modern geographical readers, Book 5

Modern geographical readers - 1882
...darkish, but it soon brightened up to its usual dazzling clearness. During the whole time that the simoom lasted the atmosphere was entirely free from sand...hardly know how to account for its singular obscurity." 5. Independent Arabia is broken up into a number of more or less important Arabic chieftainships. The...
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