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They abound upon the shores of the sea and of lakes, but are rarely seen in rivers.
Neither in truth do they abound in iron, as from the fashion of their weapons may be gathered.
There are also several large lakes, which abound with white trout.
Mineral waters, hot and cold, abound on the table-land of Mexico.
The roads, however, abound in mud, and the streams are enormously swollen.
They abound in Egypt, and were a common decoration of its immense temples.
Allusions to events of the day which abound in the poem enable us to date it.
Of course, they abound with eccentric abnormities and startling phenomena.
They are never found north of that stream, although they abound below it.
They abound, however, with true instincts, which are the most wonderful that are known.