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As they were passing a place where the bushes grew thickly by the side of the road, they received a gruff command to halt.
The house itself was embedded in a thickly-wooded garden where the trees were just budding into leaf.
Now, as you know, by far the greater part of the land is well cultivated and thickly covered with habitations.
And she did not open them for a long time, although the dark gray clouds piled higher and more thickly over the sleeping children.
THE BOX-CAR CHILDRENGERTRUDE CHANDLER WARNER
The country here is thickly wooded, but very low, excepting a few ranges of hills that may rise to the height of two hundred feet.
Liphook is the centre of a tract of country thickly settled with “men of light and leading.”
As they become thickly inhabited as the Alps are, men are sure to suffer from these accidents.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
We passed through a country thickly interspersed with suburban towns.
Ward unlocked a drawer in his desk and drew out a tin box from which he produced a thickly padded envelope.
The walls are thickly lined with graves, and in places the floor has been lowered to give room for still more loculi.
THE CATACOMBS OF ROMEWILLIAM HENRY WITHROW

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