Yeah…not the best idea probably.
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Winds blowing from the North. “Borean” comes from Boreas the Greek God of the North Wind. Northern winds are always the harshest and coldest.
Peru’s most important port.
Past tense of heave. In this case, it means lifted out of the water.
Sounds chill. In fact, it sounds so chill that it reminds me of the way Socrates used to lounge around with some convenient interlocutors.
“Abaft” means closer to the stern (rearmost part of the ship). The Captain’s cabin is “abaft the main-mast”—Ishmael is telling us that the story never reached Ahab.
I hear the secrets that you keep
When you’re talking in your sleep…
Because who knows what goes on inside the Vatican?