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In the brilliant moonlight, on the white road, the branches cast a network of black shadow.
CHECKMATEJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
They consist of a more or less dense network of hyph and numerous round or oval refractive spores.
Eventually, they located the tiny green plants with the spirally leaves at the center—the loudest point—of each network.
And darned if each meteor didn't strike dead center of each plant network.
And there were ninety-six pomegranates hanging down: and the pomegranates being a hundred in all, were compassed with network.
Through the wire network I observe visitors approaching from the Warden's office.
Virginia is particularly fortunate in having a network of key railroads, excellent highways, deep harbors and modern airports.
A stimulus sets up a brief neural volley lasting about a hundredth of a second.
INSIDEKICKJESSE FRANKLIN BONE
Rollo had found, by the map, that the country all about Rotterdam was intersected by a complete network of creeks and rivers.
ROLLO IN HOLLANDJACOB ABBOTT
Other windows were latticed, and others still were covered with a fine network to keep out mice and other objectionable animals.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON

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