English version

the waves

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe wavesthe wavesliteraryALHEO the sea wave
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the wavesWhen the island had sunk beneath the waves the former fringe would be left as an atoll.Spectators will also be able to talk to the scientists working beneath the waves.There it was picked up by the force of the waves, dashed around in midair and dropped on to the rocks.But now, away below, we see something coming out of the waves.With their eyes erect and fear in their speed they run for the safety of the waves.However the early reports from the surfers has been that conditions for riding the waves have actually improved.That way researchers could see the waves passing through ever deeper layers of the mantle.Carwyn Williams was sitting out on the balcony watching the waves.
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