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n. (plural of gull English) vb. (en-third-person singular of: gull)

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Behind each they could now make out the faint glow of the burning slow-match in the hands of the Gulls gunners.

Hal felt the fire ship bows thump heavily into the Gulls stern timbers.

The push of the tide pinned her there, swinging her broadside so that the flames were fanned by the rising morning breeze to lick up along the Gulls side, scorching and blackening the timbers.

The gulls came from the beach in a shrieking cloud of black and white wings and squabbled raucously over the feast.

The birds, gulls, still flew above, constant guardians of the desolate terrace.

He began his pullout at a thousand feet, wingtips thudding and blurring in that gigantic wind, the boat and the crowd of gulls tilting and growing meteor-fast, directly in his path.

He spared no time that day for talk with other gulls, but flew on past sunset.

The gulls were flocked into the Council Gathering when he landed, and apparently had been so flocked for some time.

The two gulls that appeared at his wings were pure as starlight, and the glow from them was gentle and friendly in the high night air.

And Jonathan Livingston Seagull rose with the two starbright gulls to disappear into a perfect dark sky.

As he came from Earth now, above the clouds and in close formation with the two brilliant gulls, he saw that his own body was growing as bright as theirs.

The dozen gulls by the shoreline came to meet him, none saying a word.

He turned to land on the beach, beating his wings to stop an inch in the air, then dropping lightly to the sand, The other gulls landed too, but not one of them so much as flapped a feather.

Here were gulls who thought as he thought, for each of them, the most important thing in living was to reach out and touch perfection in that which they most loved to do, and that was to fly.

One evening the gulls that were not night-flying stood together on the sand, thinking.