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As a rule, insular countries are richer in cloud scenery than continents.
They form, like the last or insular group, an incomplete circle.
It is an advantage in this respect to be some little distance from Rome, and to have an insular position.
(a) Insular continents, whose primitive and modern development are marked by remoteness.
The English sparrow pursues his ubiquitous search for food with insular disdain of everything he does not understand.
He thus assured himself of the insular character of Newfoundland.
Apart from the ferryman, however, the Valentians are by no means enamoured of their insular position.
DISTURBED IRELANDBERNARD H. BECKER
The Insular Government is now self-sustaining, except as to military affairs.
Cheslow, the nearest town, was an insular community, and many of the people in it were hard to awaken to the needs of the hour.
Her insular situation renders it necessary for her protection, and she keeps it up for the purposes of war and dominion.

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