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1.Ear aerōkeañḷọk tata raan eo tiṃa eo ekar eọtōk.The northward flow of the current was the strongest the day the ship went aground.aerōkeañḷọk
2.Ejarlepju jar eo raar uwe ilo tiṃa eo ñan Jepaan.There were a multitude of people who went on the ship to Japan.jarlepju
3.Ejjeḷọk wōt ḷapin eṇ tiṃa.That ship is outstandingly large.ḷap
4.Ejjo ḷọk wōt tiṃa eṇ jān ṃoktaThe ship is rustier than before.kajjo
5.Ekabwilōñlōñ wōt tiṃa kōn an kilep.The size of the ship is amazing.kabwilōñlōñ
6.Eḷap an kabwilōñlōñ tiṃa eṇ ear potok.Everyone is amazed by that ship that arrived.kabwilōñlōñ
7.Emaroke tiṃa eo ṇailik innem emijak kapen eo in ṃwear kōnke ewōdwōde lowaan to eo.The ship was benighted at the ocean-side of the atoll and the captain was afraid to enter the lagoon for fear of running aground on any of the coral heads littering the channel.marok
8.Eṃōj aer baaṃe tiṃa eoThey bombed the ship.baaṃ
9.Eṃweeaar tiṃa eoThe ship has entered the lagoon.ṃweeaar
10.Ewōr jilu an tiṃa eṇ injinea. Aolep ri-injinea rein jilu raar diojḷọk jān jikuuḷ injinea.The ships has three engineers. All three of them have graduated from mechanical engineering school.injinia
11.Itaakin tiṃa eḷḷap erup wōd.The crash of a huge ship could break the reef.itaak
12.Jeen in tiṃa bwe eḷap.It's a ship chain because it's big.jeen
13.Jeḷa ro rej kañkañe tiṃa eoThe sailors are chipping off rust from the ship.kañkañ
14.Jeṃaan kōṃro kar uwe tok ioon juon tiṃa kijoñjoñ ñan ān in.”A long time ago the two of us rode in to this island on a huge boat.” [P299]kijoñ
15.Joñan an kilep, emaroñ kar ektake tiṃa ko rōkōn raun tok ñan aelōñ ko ilo iien Navy ko.It was so large that it could have hauled the ships that used to do field trips around the islands during Navy times. [P1151]tiṃa
16.Ḷoon eo ear liboorore tiṃa eoThe launch chased the ship.libooror
17.Men eo ejjeḷọk de eo waan ektaki ḷọk men kein ñan Likiep, ijellọkin wōt tiṃa in raun eo, ak kōnke kōmmān aikuj naaj kar kōttar tok bar jilu allōñ.The only thing they lacked was a vehicle to haul these things to Likiep, except for the fieldtrip ship, but we would have had to wait for that for three months. [P19]de
18.Raar jeene tiṃa eoThey chained the ship to the dock.jeen
19.Tiṃa eo ear jilele an jerak.The ship blew its horn to signal its departure.jilel
20.Tiṃa eo ear potok jibboñōn inne eo ḷọk juon.The ship arrived three mornings ago.jibboñōn inne eo ḷọk juon
21.Tiṃa eo eṇ ej kaiokḷọk āneṇThe ship is going directly toward the island.kaiok
22.Tiṃa eo eṇ ilo to eṇ.The ship is in the pass.eṇ
23.Tiṃa eo epād eañtak in ṂajōḷThe ship is in the northern side of the Marshall Islands.eañtak
24.Tiṃa kein rōkein añkō iarin aelōñin Kuajleen ālikin wōt an ṃōj an ri-Amedka kar bōk aelōñ eṇ jān ri-Jepaan ro ilo tariṇae eo kein karuo an laḷ in.After the Americans took the island from the Japanese in World War II, they used to anchor these ships in the Kwajalein lagoon. [P4]ri-
25.Wa in ṃōṃkaj kar boojin eakto ektak jeḷaan tiṃa ko waan Navy eo an America.Before, this boat was a cargo ship, belonging to the American Navy sailors. [P3]booj

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