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"He wouldn't be likely to notice you if you crept along the bottom of a furrow," Mr. Blackbird assured Grandfather Mole.
THE TALE OF GRANDFATHER MOLEARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
I picked up the handles and lifted the plough around, setting the point to the new furrow.
THE IDYL OF TWIN FIRESWALTER PRICHARD EATON
In fact, there had never been an owner for the land nor a furrow turned here since the dawn of creation.
Oar and keel, pebble and arrow, wind and current, are alike powerless to make a furrow that shall last.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
Behind him wavered a long, deep-gouged furrow-trail, pitiful attest of suffering.
BLAZED TRAIL STORIESSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
Across his back there was a furrow through his fur, and a long scab where a bullet had raked him.
The epigynum of this form was extremely undeveloped, having only a small epigastric furrow with depressions at either end.
The epigynum consists of a long epigastric furrow with a large lip-like opening near its median line.
He was thus, as he said, the first Englishman who "plowed a furrow around the globe."
THE STORY OF THE THIRTEEN COLONIESH. A. (HLNE ADELINE) GUERBER
His hair, already silvered, and carefully dressed, seemed to furrow his head with streaks of black and white alternately.
HONORINEHONORE DE BALZAC

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