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She did not know Alan Breck yet, and he was as anxious to step down as Mr. Bally himself.
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It was an expedition in which I very readily agreed to join, and it was arranged that we should meet early in the afternoon on the moor between Voy and Crua Breck.
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Tom and Thora Kinlay lived at Crua Breck farm, distant from Stromness four miles; and little Hilda Paterson, the youngest girl in the school, lived at her father's croft away beyond Stenness, and walked the five miles-barefooted-twice a day.
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A walk of three miles brought us to Crua Breck, a small farmhouse on the hillside of the same name, overlooking the Pentland Firth.
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Crua Breck was at least a mile from any other house-unless, indeed, the ruined and tenantless cottage of Inganess merited the name.
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I had never been inside the Crua Breck house, nor, I may say, did I much covet a visit there, for the inmates of the farm were not distinguished for their friendliness or hospitality, and, with the one exception of Thora, whom I always regarded with a sense of kindliness, and Tom, who was my class fellow, I had little acquaintance with the family.
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Rising to his feet he did not retaliate, but picked up his jacket, wrapped his store of the treasure into his seal's skin, and wiping the dripping blood from his nose, walked away across the heath in the direction of Crua Breck, muttering a vow of vengeance.
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Carver Kinlay's farm of Crua Breck was on my way to my uncle's, and I thought I would stay there a few moments as I passed, to leave the otter skin for Thora, and maybe get shelter and a drink of warm milk.
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There's not a house of harder hearts in all the Mainland than Crua Breck.
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But after much searching of the water the chance of saving any more lives was so small, and the danger to the Curlew so great, that the boat was brought to the beach at Inganess Geo, where its suffering passengers were landed and carried up to the neighbouring farm of Crua Breck.
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The pilot conveyed the two waifs ashore and took them up to Crua Breck.
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He seemed to have had a store of money in the big chest which he claimed from among the wreckage, and circumstances enabled him to purchase the little farm of Crua Breck, together with a fishing boat.
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He was permitted to carry on his business in the St. Magnus, and notices were posted up forthwith on the quays at Stromness to inform the inhabitants that Carver Kinlay of Crua Breck, in the parish of Sandwick, was a duly certified pilot of Pomona.
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Sometimes, indeed, when I was tending my nibbling flock on the hillside, or driving them over to the distant pasture land by the margin of the loch of Harray, where the grass grew sweetest, I would chance to see Thora Kinlay on her way from Crua Breck to Stromness, and occasionally she would come to Lyndardy to see my sister Jessie.
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I've seen that name on a box at Crua Breck that father keeps his money in.
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I became hopeless, and even thought of trying to find my own way out of the cavern, that I might summon help from Crua Breck.
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Near as she was to Crua Breck, however, Jessie would not go thither to seek the help she needed.
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So you two had better get back to Crua Breck and wait till daylight.
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We first went to Crua Breck to make sure that Thora had not yet returned.
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What her possible reason for going down to the cave might be, I did not pause to reflect, further than surmising the probability of her having had some quarrel with her father, and of her having run away from Crua Breck as she had once threatened to do.
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Examples of Breck

Example #1
John Silver was there, getting into his leg, so that she should not have to wait a moment, and roaring, 'I'll lay to that!' when she told me consolingly that she could not thole pirate stories.
Example #2
Conceive the glory, which was my mother's, of knowing from a trustworthy source that there are at least three better awaiting you on the same shelf.
Example #3
In the street I found Tom Kinlay and two other boys waiting for me, and arranging an excursion across the hills to Skaill Bay to hunt for seals.
Example #4
And as I scampered down the brae, I knew that he was watching me from the door.
Example #5
Many of my companions, however, had several miles to travel.
Example #6
When I got home the brose for dinner was cooling on the windowsill, and my mother was frying the fish I had caught in the morning.