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Use "kyacks" in a sentence
"There were two kinds of boats -- the long ones, for from twelve to twenty men, the little skiffs which Eskimos of the Atlantic call kyacks -- with two or three, seldom more, manholes."
"Captain Steward sent back a message that he had to stay where he was because "his kyack was bigger than their kyacks.""
"Perhaps the kyacks of some solitary Eskimo, lashed abreast twos and threes to prevent capsizing, may shoot out from some of these bog-covered valleys like sea-birds; but it is only when the Eskimos happen to be hunting here, or the ships of the whalers and fur traders are passing up and down -- that there is any sign of human habitation on the straits."