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Open sea


  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Open sea (Internat. Law) A sea open to all nations. See Mare clausum.
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  • John Updike
    “Writing criticism is to writing fiction and poetry as hugging the shore is to sailing in the open sea.”
  • Anne Morrow Lindbergh
    “The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach-waiting for a gift from the sea.”


In literature:

And now for the first time she was out on the open sea.
"Agatha's Husband A Novel" by Dinah Maria Craik (AKA: Dinah Maria Mulock)
The ship's stern lay open to the gorge, and but for her steadiness I might have supposed myself at sea.
"The Frozen Pirate" by W. Clark Russell
There is very little danger for a good ship, whether it is a sailing ship or a steamer, out in the open sea.
"Rollo on the Atlantic" by Jacob Abbott
The moon was just rising, and the wind was steadily driving me toward the open sea.
"A Labrador Doctor" by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
But, refusing to part with their prisoner, they set sail for the open sea.
"Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome" by E.M. Berens
The more constant winds blow from off the ice-bank on to the open sea, and are intensely cold.
"The English at the North Pole" by Jules Verne
That will take six craft, and these will not have time to do any sweeping in the open sea.
"Dave Darrin After The Mine Layers" by H. Irving Hancock
Now the harbour opened out broadly before us, and the line of open sea could be perceived ahead.
"Old Jack" by W.H.G. Kingston
From the Tin Islands his fleet had ventured forth into the open sea.
"A Book of Discovery" by Margaret Bertha (M. B.) Synge
These openings are usually found to occur opposite valleys where the streams from the mountains enter the sea.
"The Cannibal Islands" by R.M. Ballantyne
Everywhere else lay the open sea, covered here and there with floes and bergs, and coated with new ice.
"Fast in the Ice" by R.M. Ballantyne
As soon as the weather, which had been thick, became clear, an open sea, with a dark water sky, was seen to the south.
"Notable Voyagers" by W.H.G. Kingston and Henry Frith
Beyond that a large open sea was seen.
"The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II" by A.E. Nordenskieold
Scalawag Island, of which Scalawag Harbor was a sheltered cove, lay against the open sea.
"Harbor Tales Down North" by Norman Duncan
Several times the brave old sea-lion charged, now on one side, now on the other, till it again got into the open space.
"The Voyages of the Ranger and Crusader" by W.H.G. Kingston
It was about half an hour later, perhaps even less, that that Spanish gunboat weighed her anchor and stole silently out to the open sea.
"A Prisoner of Morro" by Upton Sinclair
It was entirely different with the Sylvania, for the loss of it would open the hold to the entrance of the sea.
"Up the River" by Oliver Optic
Or was it the open sea?
"Billy Topsail & Company" by Norman Duncan
Consider the merit of this when a tuna strikes, or a swordfish starts for the open sea.
"Tales of Fishes" by Zane Grey
I ask you how can a third letter reach us now that we are on the open sea.
"The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras" by Jules Verne

In poetry:

Streams and the forest
The great open sea,
These are true pictures
You painted for me.
"Rustling Wood." by R S Ward
Comes clearly from the open
The plash of distant oars,--
Over the rocky headland
The snow-white sea-gull soars.
"Noon" by Sophie Margaret Hensley
The waves upon the shingle
They murmur drearily,
And the streamers of the fog-wraith
Drive in from the open sea.
"An Irish Song" by Clinton Scollard
She never saw him more;
He was away upon the open sea
Before she found the words to thank him with,
Almost before she knew what he had done.
"Alley" by Edwin Arnold
This day, O God, thy blessed hand
Hath thrown wide open all thy stores,
And filled with bounty every land,
The sea, and all its sounding shores.
"Hymns and Odes for Temperance Occasions XIII" by John Pierpont
I was home in Spring, bloom was in May then,
Birds all were building and buds were on the tree!
When the birds were flown, oh, I was far away then;
When the rose was open I was far at sea.
"The Sailor's Garden" by Cicely Fox Smith

In news:

American tourist opens fire, kills 1 at Red Sea resort hotel .
Sea Scout building in Baylands launches new life Environmental Volunteers open new headquarters Sunday as center for science education.
Daniela De Kervor and Laura Wells opened the cooler and tipped it until 15 young white sea bass poured into the wild waters of Mission Bay on June 7.
"The sea is one of the most open-ended metaphors that human beings can possibly use," he says.
Sea Hawks run for 286 yards, force five turnovers to win Bay League opener 21-3.
So far this year only the southern passage has opened despite record low levels of Arctic sea ice.
Bowers said fundraising for the sea turtle exhibit is ongoing but that officials want to see it open sometime in 2013, which will be the aquarium 's 10-year anniversary.
The seas should be parting and the sky should be opening, but neither of those two phenomenons are happening.
Salt of This Sea Directed by Annemarie Jacir Lorber Films Opens August 13, Quad Cinema.
He ventures into the open sea, despite his father's constant warnings about many of the ocean's dangers.
Earlier this week, SEA LIFE Minnesota at Mall of America announced that it plans to open a new attraction in spring 2013, called Octopus Garden.
Former Kent State guard Carlton Guyton released by BayHawks, open to playing over seas .
It opened for rail and sea traffic in February 1908.
MONTEREY, CA (BRAIN)—Sea Otter Classic 2010 registration opens up on November 2.
A few years ago, I also took a course with the National Outdoor Leadership School, where I learned to sail on a small, open boat in the Sea of Cortez.

In science:

The open electron resonator, described by Duncan, is a mesoscopic device that has attracted considerable attention due to its remarkable behaviour (conductance oscillations), which has been explained by detailed theories based on the behaviour of electrons at the top of the Fermi sea.
Simple approach to the mesoscopic open electron resonator: Quantum current oscillations
Hence the infinite open cluster is a sea, in the sense that all “islands” (i.e., the ∗-clusters of its complement) are finite.
The random geometry of equilibrium phases
The large widths of these states do indeed indicate strong coupling to the open mesonic channels, which in the quark model would be viewed as sea-quark admixtures.
Low lying $qqqq\bar q$ states in the baryon spectrum
Although our results can be rephrased in the standard Fock space language, the infinite wedge product formalism, in our opinion, is closer to Dirac’s original idea [Dir34b, Dir34a] and opens up a more transparent view on the nature of the second-quantized Dirac timeevolution and on the role of the Dirac sea (i.e.
Time Evolution of the External Field Problem in QED
As a hypercycle, the knowledge-based subdynamics transform ‘the ship while a storm is raging on the open sea.’ In the resulting economy this reconstruction is no longer a mission only for the scientists involved (Leydesdorff, 2006).
Luhmann's Communication-Theoretical Specification of the 'Genomena' of Husserl's Phenomenology
From theory to practice – standardisation in the open sea The theory so far was nice and actually covers all aspects that anyone would have in mind in a similar context.
Stabilizing knowledge through standards - A perspective for the humanities
Exclusive diffractive processes thus open the possibility to obtain a threedimensional picture of how gluons and sea quarks are distributed in the proton. A recent quantitative study can be found in, and the relevance of such information for physics at LHC has been discussed in .
Implications of HERA measurements for LHC
In all plots, filled symbols denote dynamical results and open symbols denote partially quenched results, where the valence quark mass is always larger than the sea quark mass.
Meson and baryon spectrum for QCD with two light dynamical quarks
For instance, the wind of a storm in the open sea produces waves of all lengths: waves with a long wavelength reach the beach first, waves with a shorter wavelength are slower and they arrive later.
Teaching Waves with Google Earth
The nucleosynthesis rate is then proportional to the β decay rate: any beta decay of a neutron to a proton opens up a hole in the neutron sea, which then is rapidly refilled.
Solar and Supernova Constraints on Cosmologically Interesting Neutrinos
In the next section we discuss these results, focussing on what extent dynamical sea quark effects can be seen in comparison to the results from our simulation of quenched QCD with the standard action, plotted in Fig. 13 by open symbols.
Recent Results from the CP-PACS Collaboration
For comparative purpose we also plot the quenched results(open symbols) from the last section, which would help us distinguish the dynamical sea quark effects.
CP-PACS results for light hadron spectrum in quenched and two-flavor full QCD