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It was behind the trees beyond Millpond Farm, where the sun had dipped down and left the horizon ablaze.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
A lot of us fellers was out in ‘Squire Jones’s millpond a washing ourselves and swimming.
They darted around the slower flotilla of merchant steamships like lucky-bugs on a millpond.
Just over that crest of foam there lay a narrow bay, still as a millpond.
WHITE FIREROY J. SNELL
It was a warm and beautiful day and the water was as calm as a millpond.
THE GIRLS OF CENTRAL HIGHGERTRUDE W. MORRISON
Immediately before her was the large, smooth millpond, over-full, and intruding into the hedge and into the road.
THE TRUMPET-MAJORTHOMAS HARDY
One was shot by a blacksmith on a millpond with a long-range Sharp's rifle, and many of the neighbors went far to see it.
I was storm-stayed in Kifwé Bay, which is very beautiful—still as a millpond.
Immediately before her was the large, smooth millpond, overfull, and intruding into the hedge and into the road.
His millpond was close to the spring-head, and the spring-water ate into the wood and caused it to decay much quicker.

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