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The squadron reached Santiago de Cuba, and after tacking about for several days, either for the purpose of deceiving the enemy, or of waiting a decision as to the landing-place, finally approached Baiquiri, which had been selected for the landing.
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These facts I learned through requests to me for oil. "I therefore report to you that my men found at Altares (the second landing-place) and reported to me four (4) barrels of lard oil and three (3) barrels of cylinder oil, in an old oil-house near the machine shops.
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Again, the transportation of the 5th Army Corps could not be made available at first to carry supplies up from the landing-place.
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A sailor might draw a pinnace alongside, and he imagined a woman being helped into it and rowed to the landing-place.
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As we rowed, seeking a landing-place under the tall trees that grow along the shores, the smell of autumn leaves mingled with the freshness of the water.
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The isle was very small, about a furlong round; a bare rock, so steep that they could find no landing-place.
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He called Anderson's attention to the shape of the point which had one good landing-place, a little sandy bay, and told him the story he heard from his people of a battle that was fought there with the Iroquois long, long ago.
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For aught I know there may be half-a-dozen scouts between here and the landing-place, waiting to shoot down any one who tries to open up communication with the boats.
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As soon as we had got near the landing-place, the frigate tacked and hove to, while we, pulling rapidly in, leaped on shore, and the boats returned to the frigate, which sailed back as if to rejoin the fleet, but according to orders was ready again to put about to receive us, should our expedition prove successful, on our return.
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He finished by a brilliant stanza, in which he said, that "having been sent by Neptune from the depths of the ocean to visit the earth, he had chosen for his landing-place its most renowned spot, the birthplace of the gayest men and the handsomest women-the exquisite Vicenza.
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In JE, as we have it, no landing-place is named.
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Between every tower in the midst of the said body of building there was a pair of winding, such as we now call lantern stairs, whereof the steps were part of porphyry, which is a dark red marble spotted with white, part of Numidian stone, which is a kind of yellowishly-streaked marble upon various colours, and part of serpentine marble, with light spots on a dark green ground, each of those steps being two-and-twenty foot in length and three fingers thick, and the just number of twelve betwixt every rest, or, as we now term it, landing-place.
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We went down one marble step under ground, where there was a resting, or, as our workmen call it, a landing-place; then, turning to the left, we went down two other steps, where there was another resting-place; after that we came to three other steps, turning about, and met a third; and the like at four steps which we met afterwards.
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By-and-by, we came to an island with a little landing-place where a score or two of boats were moored against the alders by the water's edge.
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As Dalrymple rested on his oars to listen, a boat which we had outstripped some minutes before, shot past us to the landing-place, and its occupants, five in number, alighted.
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Ours was at the other side of the island, far enough away, down by the landing-place.
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And the Second question is-Why did you select the town eight miles from the landing-place?
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At 1 a.m. the ships arrived off their appointed rendezvous, five miles from the landing-place, and stopped.
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A canoe lay on the bank: stepping into it, they paddled across to a landing-place, near which already a number of women and children and a few men were collected, wondering who the paleface strangers could be.
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The plants were placed on a new revolving stand, which stood on the landing-place beneath the stair window.
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Examples of Landing-place

Example #1
The troops on the Cherokee began to land on the 23d of June, the battalion of the 12th Infantry going first.
Example #2
This prevented seasickness, to a certain extent.
Example #3
This led to the following correspondence: "Camp Six Miles from Santiago, "29th June, 1898. "The Adjutant-General, Cavalry Division, Present: "Sir,-I have the honor to inform you that I have learned that some of the rifles in this command are badly in need of oil, and that in some companies there is no oil to use on them.
Example #4
Another, and another, and still another begged for oil; then regiments began to beg for oil; and finally application was made for oil for a whole brigade.
Example #5
The troops had drawn travel rations, which lasted them until they disembarked.
Example #6
The necessity for supplies could not always be foreseen, the quantity desired could not always be estimated for with precision, and it followed that sometimes there was a deficiency when the articles were needed.