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By-and-by this gives place to more open scenery as we approach the Gravel Mine, which is believed to be of Roman origin.
Jasper rode as carefully as possible, but was a considerable time reaching the more open section of the country.
THE KENTUCKY RANGEREDWARD T. CURNICK
She never receives any remunerationan important considerationfor, mediums who take fees are more open to suspicion.
Went through a more open and very pleasant country to Terimbaru, a large kampong on the southern edge of the plains of Ancola.
THE HISTORY OF SUMATRAWILLIAM MARSDEN
Again it would be more open, but equally wet, too wet for trees to grow.
CANOEING IN THE WILDERNESSHENRY DAVID THOREAU
This dawned on me by degrees through chance remarks from my father and the more open comments of friends.
WE AND THE WORLD, PART IJULIANA HORATIA EWING
The night-hawks inhabit the more open sections, but perch on trees during the day.
MANUAL OF TAXIDERMYCHARLES JOHNSON MAYNARD
While he was more open to the influx of all these novel ideas and problems, he was less able to deal with and dispose of them.
BRESSANTJULIAN HAWTHORNE
His horse, accustomed to a more open country, was continually at fault.
John the son, being youthful and more open to conviction, took up new ideas.