• in shoals
  • (魚が)群れをなして;どっさりと
  • A gale may spring up, the ship may be blown hither and thither, it may meet with shoals or be driven upon hidden rocks, then it may be broken to the very roofs (of its deckhouses).
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  • Captain Thomas Foley had noticed as he approached that there was an unexpected gap between Guerrier and the shallow water of the shoal.
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  • Endeavour then resumed her voyage westward along the coast, picking a path through intermittent shoals and reefs with the help of the pinnace which was rowed ahead to test the water depth.
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  • He had ascertained their position from ships he had stopped along his journey, but unfamiliar with the local channels and shoals he decided to wait until the following morning to make his attack.
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  • However, on the day of the landings the landing craft hit a shoal 50 meters (55 yd) from the beach; as a result, the armored company was not able to land until the next day, on 9 September 1925.
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  • In late summer large shoals of roach (Rutilus rutilus) and perch (Perca fluviatilis) fry congregate around the margins and weed beds, which are predated by the brown trout (Salmo trutta morpha fario) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
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  • It will follow schools of fish, and its west African migration route is affected by the location of huge shoals of sardines off the coast of Ghana; it will also track groups of predatory fish or dolphins, waiting for their prey to be driven to the sea's surface.
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  • Just below the bridge there was a shoal of rocks and stones, which was also mentioned in Armstrong's report, but no action was taken to remove it.
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  • On 2 July 1813 the frigate ran aground on a shoal off Galle, Ceylon, causing serious damage to her keel.
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  • Plunge-diving seabirds associate with dolphins and tuna, which push shoaling fish towards the surface.
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  • Prey species are immature (1–2 year old) shoaling species such as herring, cod, sandlances, and capelin.
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  • She hit shoal water a distance of three ship-lengths from the main channel.
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  • Some plunge divers (as well as some surface feeders) are dependent on dolphins and tuna to push shoaling fish up towards the surface.
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  • Studies have shown strong associations between many different kinds of seabirds, including Wedge-tailed Shearwaters, and dolphins and tuna, which push shoaling fish up towards the surface.
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  • The alluvium has developed because of the saltwater streams that cut across the shoal.
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  • The survey revealed that the shoal ran about 1 mile (1.6 km) further east than shown on Canadian charts.
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  • This alcid typically fed in shoaling waters which were shallower than those frequented by other alcids, although after the breeding season they had been sighted up to 500 kilometres (310 mi) from land.
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