When Oto was disturbed in his mind he always wanted to "go down to the shore."
Swim (v), ni̍huan (an French); same word as in the Oto language.
Oto touched his cap and adjusted the sighting apparatus to his shoulder.
Oto plunged into the sea and swam straight toward the shark.
(Oto and Missouri I.) "The home of our father, where we go on the puffing wagon to council."
Younger than Oto, and far less robust, he was becoming exhausted.
Oto opened his eyes and turned his bandaged head on the pillow.
Oto Kawakami, the husband of Sada-Yakko, was the pioneer of that school.
Oto had heard an old pearl-fisher tell of many a battle with the man-eating sharks of the Pacific.
Hardly a minute elapsed before Oto glided gracefully up the ladder and saluted.
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