Sea turn


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Sea´ turn`


1.A breeze, gale, or mist from the sea.
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When it behaves like a grand dame, it's an ethereal sight--the sky and the sea turn a steel shade of blue, flecked with gold.
Within seconds, another swimmer saw the sea turn red and scrambled ashore to call for help.
Brock Curtis, 16, saw the sea turn red and heard Peter Edmonds' cries for help after a large shark took two bites out of his left leg.
Families have been urged to always watch their children when they go swimming and to stop them if the sea turns rough.
A series of black and white archival images from different disturbing points of history open up like windows on the sea, until the sea turns red and the soothing voice of the waves are interrupted by a child's screaming.
Paul Greengrass's uncannily similar movie about those in peril on the sea turns the tension up to no more than six and a half.
Paul Greengrass' uncannily similar movie about those in peril on the sea turns the tension up to no more than six and a half.
Graphic video footage shows other swimmers racing to the rescue before she disappears underwater and the sea turns red.
The minister who launched the beach-cleaning up event warned against risks of water pollution lest that the sea turns into a huge dumping pit.
As the dive boats approach the island, the sea turns lighter than the sky with a greenish-transparent hue, reassuring one and all that, yes, this is going to be amazing.
As the frozen water that was above the sea turns liquid and flows downhill, it raises the world's sea level.