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used in The Mark of Athena

4 uses
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to struggle:

typically a mental struggle — as in coming to terms with something

more rarely a physical struggle — as in hand-to-hand combat or moving something heavy or awkward
  • Grappling lines wrapped around the rails and the mast, digging iron claws into the hull's planks.
    p. 362.1
  • The crew of the Argo II assembled at the rail and cut the grappling lines.
    p. 377.2
  • Looking up, she saw grappling lines shoot from the Argo II and wrap around the statue.
    p. 565.7
  • They had secured grappling lines to the Athena Parthenos just as the floor gave way, and the final columns of webbing snapped.
    p. 569.1

There are no more uses of "grapple" in The Mark of Athena.

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