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Figure 43. Just before you pop to surface, make a breathing hole
in flames by swinging arms overhead, splashing flames away from
head, face, and arms.
Figure 44. Swim into the wind. Use breast stroke. Splash water
ahead and to side before taking each stroke. Keep your head cool
by ducking underwater every, third or fourth stroke.
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