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ammān

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1.Ak jeḷak toor mejād im waate tok turin lañ, ej jañin kar ḷōmṇak in wōt, meñe eṃōj ammān kōppojak kein ammān naaj kar bọbo dānnin wōt.But when we looked all around and observed the sky, there was no sign of rain, though even so we got containers ready so we could catch rain water, just in case. P1016bọbo
2.Ak jeḷak toor mejād im waate tok turin lañ, ej jañin kar ḷōmṇak in wōt, meñe eṃōj ammān kōppojak kein ammān naaj kar bọbo dānnin wōt.But when we looked all around and observed the sky, there was no sign of rain, though even so we got containers ready so we could catch rain water, just in case. P1016bọbo
3.Ebar bōjrak ammān kar kōnono ak kōmmān ijuboñ-ijuraani aḷaḷ ko ñan maatier.We stopped talking and kept at it until there weren’t any boards left. P755ijuboñ-ijuraan
4.Ebar bōjrak ammān kar kōnono ak kōmmān ijuboñ-ijuraani aḷaḷ ko ñan maatier.We stopped talking and kept at it until there weren’t any boards left. P755maat
5.Eiio de wiikin ammān āindeeoWe spent the whole week in that situation. P1187iio
6.Ejadin utiej im jidik wōt ammān arromi teeñki ko ie im jidik wōt ammān roñjake ainikien.It was rather high and we could barely see its lights or hear the sound of its engine. P930arrom
7.Ejadin utiej im jidik wōt ammān arromi teeñki ko ie im jidik wōt ammān roñjake ainikien.It was rather high and we could barely see its lights or hear the sound of its engine. P930arrom
8.Ekar jab to ammān āindeeo innem emaat aḷaḷ ko rōkar aikuj wanlōñ ḷọk im pād i lọjet.It wasn’t long before we had passed up all the boards that needed to go in the water. P712āinde-
9.Eruṃwij an kar tulọk aḷ jān ammān buñlikThe sun went down a while after we went through the pass. P494buñlik
10.Eruṃwijḷọk ektak jān kar ammān ākto kōn wōt an kar ḷōḷapḷọk ṇo im eḷapḷọk an jepliklik wa eo jān kar ṃoktaIt took us longer to load them up than it had to offload them since the waves were making the boat sway back and forth even more than before. P747eakto
11.Iḷōmṇak ippa make ke bōlen ej kōnono eake ammān tōn jerak ilo iien in im ej ba ekauwōtata.I thought to myself that most likely he said this because we were going to sail soon and he was implying that it was dangerous. P219ḷōmṇak
12.Im ḷak eoḷapān ḷọk boñon eo, erro bar jerak e wūjḷā eo im kōmmān jino bar bweradik ḷọk ilo iiaḷ eo ammān tak ḷọkAnd in the middle of the night, the two of them put up the sail again and we started going on our way to the east. P1180bweradik
13.Kar āindeeo ammān didiakeōk tak ḷọk raan eo ooṃ boñ.We kept tacking in this fashion all day as we sailed east until it was night. P862diak
14.Ke baj lowaan wa eo eo kōmmān kar kabijje ie, men eo jemaroñ roñ de eo ijo ej aininkien ammān kañuri petkōj ko, koba ippān ainikien an jejelōblōb dān eo i kōtaan eḷḷa ko.The only thing we could hear inside the boat was the sound of us eating our biscuits and of the water splashing around between the ribs of the boats. P813eḷḷa
15.Ke Bojin eo ej lo baḷuun eo, ekar jab bar pād ak eto laḷ ḷọk im bōk lōñ tak kein kōkaḷḷe eo an wa eo jet ripālle rōkar letok ṃōṃkaj jān ammān kar jerak.When the Boatswain saw the plane, he didn’t hesitate and instead went down and brought up the boat's flare gun some Americans had given us before we set sail. P932kakōḷḷe
16.Ke ekar baj jọej, kōmmān jino eñjake ammān āñdenBy afternoon, we the four of us started feeling hungry. P882kōm
17.Ke ekar baj jọej, kōmmān jino eñjake ammān eañdenBy afternoon, we the four of us started feeling hungry. P882eañden
18.Ke ekar dedeḷọk emjake wa eo, Jema im Bojin erro kar kālọk im āne ḷọk kōn kōb eo ammān.When the boat was securely anchored, Father and the Boatswain jumped into the water and swam toward the island with our water container. P1251am
19.Kōl eo de eo kōmmān maroñ kar kōṃṃane, eḷaññe eṃṃan kōto, lewūjḷā kōnke alikkar ke eban ṃōṃan injin eo ammān.The only way we would make it was for the wind to die down enough for us to raise the sail; clearly the engine was not going to work. P787kōl
20.Men kein rōkar waḷọk ilo iiaḷ in ammān tak ḷọk ñan aelōñin Likiep.These things occurred during our travels to Likiep. P876aelōñin
21.Meñe eṃṃan kūtwōmmān tak ḷọk ak kōn an kar baj ḷap ammān ḷe i rōtle, enañin juon wiikin ammān tar tak.And although the wind was pushing us along nicely, we had already drifted far enough west that it took us about a week sailing eastward. P1184rāātle
22.Meñe eṃṃan kūtwōmmān tak ḷọk ak kōn an kar baj ḷap ammān ḷe i rōtle, enañin juon wiikin ammān tar tak.And although the wind was pushing us along nicely, we had already drifted far enough west that it took us about a week sailing eastward. P1184rāātle
23.Meñe eṃṃan kūtwōmmān tak ḷọk ak kōn an kar baj ḷap ammān ḷe i rōtle, enañin juon wiikin ammān tar tak.And although the wind was pushing us along nicely, we had already drifted far enough west that it took us about a week sailing eastward. P1184kōto
24.Meñe eṃṃan kūtwōmmān tak ḷọk ak kōn an kar baj ḷap ammān ḷe i rōtle, enañin juon wiikin ammān tar tak.And although the wind was pushing us along nicely, we had already drifted far enough west that it took us about a week sailing eastward. P1184kōto
25.Ṃōjin tile kijeek eo, ikwaḷọk tok jidik raij bōkan wōt ammān ṃōñāAfter I started the fire I got out some rice, just enough for us to eat. P368bōka-
26.Ṃōjin tile kijeek eo, ikwaḷọk tok jidik raij bōkan wōt ammān ṃōñāAfter I started the fire I got out some rice, just enough for us to eat. P368waḷọk
27.Raan eo juon, ke ekar jota dikdikḷọk, kōmmān tōkeak ḷọk i arin Kwajleen im bar atartar ilo ejja wab eo kōmmān kar pād ie ṃōṃkaj jān ammān kar jeblaak.Early the next evening we sailed toward the lagoon side of Kwajalein and came up alongside the same pier where we had been before we had set sail. P1338jeblaak
28.Ruo eo ke raan in ammān kōllōkā ippān ṇo im kōto ṃōṃanṃōn eo.We must have been surfing downwind across the waves with favorable winds at our back for two days. P913kōllōkā

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