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The scale was vaster, horizons wider, beauty and wonder walked hand in hand with love and death.THE WAVEALGERNON BLACKWOOD
The contrast in all other respects only served to open new horizons to both and draw the bonds of friendship closer.THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
It was a shame to her, but she could not help it, because one living within narrow horizons must have limited aims.THE BUTTERFLY HOUSEMARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
Not far to the south, Dylara saw a low range of mountains extending to the horizons.WARRIOR OF THE DAWNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
The existence of pebble beds at different horizons is a noteworthy feature.THE PRINCIPLES OF STRATIGRAPHICAL GEOLOGYJ. E. MARR
Mayo had been a man of the open—of wide horizons, drinking from the fount of all the air under the heavens.BLOW THE MAN DOWNHOLMAN DAY
This sympathy may sometimes be qualified by the seen limits of his apprehension, but it almost revels as such horizons recede.THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
My monotonous way of living, my drudgery, my narrow horizons—all that could not satisfy a soul like yours, longing for liberty.CREDITORS; PARIAHAUGUST STRINDBERG
He drew a breath, in the salt breath of the sea, even as he had breathed in the Alps, when contemplating those ice-bound horizons.THE LATER LIFELOUIS COUPERUS
These are splendidly grouped and combined; gradually they fade into mysterious horizons.YOUR NATIONAL PARKSENOS A. MILLS

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