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He was born, he says, in the Weald of Kent; and suffered much from his parents poverty, when young.
In the parish church of Cranbrook, in the Weald of Kent, is a curious bath for immersion, of which the following is the history.
The sun had burst through the gauzy mists which veiled it, and the whole broad Weald was washed in golden light.
THE POISON BELTARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
As you pass along you command a noble view of the wild, or weald, on one hand, and the broad downs and sea on the other.
We live at a very quiet little country village in the weald of Surrey.
Near the base of the formation occurs a great river deposit (Weald clay) with numerous remains of reptiles.
GEOLOGYJAMES GEIKIE
It is very quiet there up on the hill, the great Weald stretches away to the south, and fruit-trees surround the Hallowed Acre.
No ship will be cleared for Weald from any other planet in the galaxy until there has been a health inspection!
PARIAH PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
He'd read the folio on Weald, of course, but as the ship swam onward through emptiness he went through it again.
PARIAH PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
There would be painful efforts to impress Calhoun with the splendid conduct of public health matters on Weald.
PARIAH PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER

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