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The rather sharp air of the seacoast kissed his face, and he walked slowly, his stick under his arm and his hands behind his back.
She might have been bound there, beneath the single lamp, like an olden criminal to a seacoast rock before the rising tide.
"PERSONS UNKNOWN"VIRGINIA TRACY
It is the typical Ligurian coast villa, one of a species which has set the copy for many other seacoast villas and grounds.
Skipanon is a small creek, a branch of which Clark crossed on a log during his trip from Fort Clatsop to the seacoast.
First, the question of Acadia: whether the treaty gave England a vast country, or only a strip of seacoast.
Ghent Azaleas thrive in the open along the seacoast as far north as southern New England.
Salt marshes along the seacoast or along streams emptying into the ocean are the dwelling-places of these finches.
BIRD GUIDE: LAND BIRDS EAST OF THE ROCKIESCHESTER A. (CHESTER ALBERT) REED
The apparent anomaly was greatest in a north and south direction along the seacoast.
England has but a small proportion of land to seacoast, and France is open to the sea on three sides.
His one object then was to get down to the seacoast and back to the world with his prize, of course, while it was still alive.
THE SILVER POPPYARTHUR STRINGER

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