This is not produced, as is an additional finger found in the white whale or Beluga, by a splitting of a finger.
"That is because you abused me," he cried, as the white whale dragged her into the sea.
The white whale, or beluga, is something like a large narwhal without a tusk, and is also a dweller in the northern seas.
Here have I heard all their chat just now, and the white whale—shirr!
Their mode of capturing the white whale is extremely ingenious.
So that what you take for the white whale's malice is only his awkwardness.
The British "porpoise" laces are generally made from the skin of the white whale (beluga).
There are a few shallow bays to which the white whale resorts in the summer.
Among the creatures that visit the Lower St. Lawrence is the white whale,—beluga of the naturalists.
The sewing is done with thread made of deer or white whale sinews.