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Vikings
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Atlas Shrugged
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  • That’s where the Vikings used to hide in the Middle Ages.
  • Rearden realized suddenly, for the first time, that Danneskjold’s face was more than handsome, that it had the startling beauty of physical perfection-the hard, proud features, the scornful mouth of a Viking’s statue-yet he had not been aware of it, almost as if the dead sternness of the face had forbidden the impertinence of an appraisal.

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  • Viking raids were not just on the coasts, but also up the rivers.
  • It was a large open row boat with a tall front and a tall back (like a Viking boat of old)
    Roald Dahl  --  Charlie And The Chocolate Factory

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