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    1. The fishing goes out to sea.

    2. The fisherman his trap with buoys.

    3. Early in the morning people go down to the to dig for clams.

    4. In the summer months, tourists come to in the sea.

    5. Fishermen take pride in their .

    6. Many live near the shore and feed on sea creatures.

    7. A statue commemorates the fishermen who at sea over the years.

    8. Many people enjoy drinking clam chowder and eating .

    9. As the waves crash on the shore, children build on the beach.

    10. After swimming in the ocean, it is necessary to wash the from one's hair.

    11. A speciality seaside candy-makers is saltwater taffy.

    12. Girls and boys collect seashells on the .

    13. Pearls and are collected in the sea and are all valued highly.

    14. Old wooden beams, bottles and flotsam of all sorts wash up on .

    15. The of the seaside is mainly wooden clapboard and shingle.

    16. Many reside in tide-pools during low tide and are separated from the sea until the next high tide.

    17. Port and starboard, not left and right, are used on boats to denote relative .

    18. The salty sea air blows ashore all day, providing ample wind for .

    19. Near rocks and marinas, were used to ward off endangered ships before the advent of SONAR, GPS and radio.

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