The Celts were a pastoral people; and their flocks grazed on the downs and hillsides.
On our hillsides it frequently grows on a small bush as in Figure 343.
It is not plentiful, yet it is found frequently on some of our hillsides.
The low stone houses are perched on the hillsides, and the streets are irregular.
The grey troops, huddled upon the hillsides, drew a quickened breath.
His pickets held the road; the hillsides moved with his scouts.
First the forests were cut down and the hillsides left bare.
The hay was nearly gathered in, and the oats were golden on the hillsides.
The sheep left the hillsides nothing but patches of brown dust.
Tea-plants are perennial, and are set about four feet apart on hillsides.