Sentence Examples

  • Several of these single-tree canoes have been found, one of which is 43 ft.
  • Their canoes, sometimes more than 1 00 ft.
  • Few of them therefore are of much service for navigation, except for the light-draught native canoes; and all of them are more or less closed at their outlets by sand-bars.
  • Where other means are not available, goods are carried by canoes, or on the shoulders of bearers along the native footpaths.
  • In central Celebes, the Kodina flows into Lake Posso, and the Kalaena discharges to the Gulf of Boni; the Posso, navigable by blottos (canoes formed of hollowed tree-trunks), is the only river flowing from the lake to the Gulf of Tomini.