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The fen country faintly reminds one of Holland, lying low and dotted here and there with huge windmills.
It is a remarkable ruin, rising out of the flat fen country, as someone has said, "like a light-house out of the sea."
Crowland is a gray, lonely little town in the midst of the wide fen country.
The season had been unusually dry and favorable to the fen land, as this section is called.
Shortly after, we left the hills and found ourselves again in the fen country.
She took part in the erection of the Cathedral of Ely amid the morasses of the “Fen” country, and was chosen as its patron saint.
MILTON'S ENGLANDLUCIA AMES MEAD
It is not yet actual fen; the Cathedral, the town, stand on a thin bed of rock, which overlies clay and provides a foundation.
Fen-saloon, from fen, a fen, but which it would appear may also be made to sig.
I thought of Grendel, and listened for the splash of the fen-monster's steps along the edge of the bay.
ROOF AND MEADOWDALLAS LORE SHARP
In different parts of this kingdom people call them fen-crickets, churr-worms, and eve-churrs, all very apposite names.

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