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On, ever on, in the darkness and the mire, through clumps of whin and stray bushes of wild briar.
THE UNDERWORLDJAMES C. WELSH
Unmistakably, up from the paper rose the strong, vivid scent—of a briar-wood pipe.
MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVEELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
All England hath paid his taxes with my patrimony: I was a sheep that left my wool on every briar.
He loiters with the briar rose,— The blue-belles are his play-fellows,That dance upon their slender stem.
My coat was torn on a briar; I fired my gun at a crow as I went over the fields to my cottage.
A LIFE SENTENCEADELINE SERGEANT
Then after having dug up a few small roots of the sweet briar, and placed them at intervals on the newly-turned earth.
HARDSCRABBLEJOHN RICHARDSON
These instances are gratifying to select—it is plucking the sweet-briar and the rose from the weeds that overspread the garden.
So he stayed in the briar bush that night and had berries for breakfast, and the next day he had another adventure.
Its clothing hung on it in tatters, and the exposed flesh was bolo-gashed and briar-torn.
THE CODE OF THE MOUNTAINSCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
A nice old briar, with a good long stem of what the tobacconists call amber.

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