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inclined or disposed to peace; not quarrelsome or unruly

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So he explored and explored by himself from the North to the South Pacific, swimming as much as three hundred miles in a day and a night.
Even when he swam thousands of miles out of the Pacific and got to a place called Cape Corrientes (that was when he was coming back from Gough's Island), he found a few hundred mangy seals on a rock and they told him that men came there too.
But next spring, when they all met off the fishing banks of the Pacific, Kotick's seals told such tales of the new beaches beyond Sea Cow's tunnel that more and more seals left Novastoshnah.
Do you mean Pendragon's chart of his Pacific Islands?
You thought it was a chart of the Pacific Islands," answered Brown.
Tyler's body off the Toreador, we steamed out into the Pacific in search of Caprona.
Nor did his misfortunes end with the voyage; for the ship was cast ashore on an island of the South Pacific, and it was six years afterward when the survivors were taken off by a venturesome trading schooner and brought back to San Francisco.
Drift timber is thrown up on most islands, even on those in the midst of the widest oceans; and the natives of the coral-islands in the Pacific, procure stones for their tools, solely from the roots of drifted trees, these stones being a valuable royal tax.
21st), and continued to follow the course of the river, which had become very small, till we arrived at the foot of the ridge, that separates the waters flowing into the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.
The wind on the crest of the Peuquenes, as just remarked, is generally impetuous and very cold: it is said [3] to blow steadily from the westward or Pacific side.
The descent on the eastern side of the Cordillera is much shorter or steeper than on the Pacific side; in other words, the mountains rise more abruptly from the plains than from the alpine country of Chile.
Program topics for each city forum offered corporations a chance to realize the implications of Asia Pacific as an emerging market, learn how to strategically approach industrial, manufacturing, investment and corporate real estate opportunities globally, obtain commercial real estate updates on various cities in Asia Pacific and understand how Asia Pacific manages its recent workforce influx.
The relatively small size of the Pacific island countries and territories means that they are often overlooked when the pundits and policy wonks develop their grand strategic visions.
They quickly created Pacific Island Summer, an in-depth, multimedia look at the wildlife of the tropical Pacific.
Certainly that is the case with the field called Pacific history, which has always enjoyed an enlivening mixture of old and new fashioned historians working alongside anthropologists, linguists, political scientists, literary scholars and others.