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in the same boat

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miss the boat

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push the boat out

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At first that most famous of Germany's wines, riesling, does indeed seem a too-sweet drink for our palates, now accustomed to the sauvignon blancs and chardonnays shipped by the boatful from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa to our shores.
Days later, a boatful of Chinese activists landed on a group of East China Sea islands claimed by Japan, China and Taiwan.
Soon things change, however, and the Fugitive is initially unsure if he is hallucinating when a second sun appears in the sky and a boatful of holiday-goers disembarks onto the island, all dressed like tourists from the 1920s.
Michael Solomon, art director at Groundwood, comments, "Joanne's great contribution to children's literature was clear right from the boatful of adorable babies in Plain Noodles.
A BOATFUL of tourists stare in awe as one of Ireland's natural wonders breaks the waves.
London, May 13 (ANI): Prince William and Kate Middleton recently had a boatful of health food delivered at their island honeymoon hideaway in the Seychelles.
For a boatful of three firsttime fisherwomen, when we headed back to harbour we had a respectable ice box full of mackerel, caught four or five at a time off one line of hooks, plus a smaller cod and a ling.
mobi is loaded with a boatful of educational toys for children