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Conjecture, lost in the mazy distance, gladly lays hold of something substantial in the shape of snuff's first royal patron.
TOBACCO; ITS HISTORY, VARIETIES, CULTURE, MANUFACTURE AND COMMERCEE. R. BILLINGS.
Soon the dancing commenced, and Sayadio saw the spirits floating round in a mazy measure like wreaths of mist.
THE MYTHS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANSLEWIS SPENCE
At Stirling Castle it will be convenient to take our next stand, and see “the mazy Forth unravelled.”
THE RIVERS OF GREAT BRITAIN: RIVERS OF THE EAST COASTVARIOUS
There are galleries enough however, and one can readily lose oneself in its mazy turnings.
EGYPT (LA MORT DE PHILAE)PIERRE LOTI
Even the names of its mazy courts recall old stories, as well as their sometime dwellers.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
It is not of Drury Lane itself, but of its mazy courts that I write.
DAYS AND NIGHTS IN LONDONJ. EWING RITCHIE
Burr selected the most distinctly marked of the several discernible trails and traces in the mazy wilderness before him.
A DREAM OF EMPIREWILLIAM HENRY VENABLE
They not only build and endow libraries, but they actually utilize them—spoil their eyes over musty, misty, mazy volumes.
DISCOURSES OF KEIDANSKYBERNARD G. RICHARDS
The instrument could not lift the dancers up and swing them onward through the mazy motions.
HOW DEACON TUBMAN AND PARSON WHITNEY KEPT NEW YEAR'SW. H. H. MURRAY
There were cards and conversation circles for those who did not care to join the mazy whirls.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD BOSTONAMANDA MILLIE DOUGLAS

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