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For she was obviously in her right and natural setting, a creature of the wilds, a gipsy in her own home.
THREE MORE JOHN SILENCE STORIESALGERNON BLACKWOOD
In an effort to win the girl of his heart, the hero penetrates into the wilds of the land of the Incas.
A ROVING COMMISSIONG. A. HENTY
Nowhere in any mountain land does Nature offer the good things of the wilds with more prodigal hand than in the Himalaya.
MOUNT EVEREST THE RECONNAISSANCE, 1921CHARLES KENNETH HOWARD-BURY
That he is so in his native wilds, we have shown by high authority.
THE RIGHT OF AMERICAN SLAVERYTRUE WORTHY HOIT
That noblest inheritance of Christendom never reached out so far into the wilds.
RAEMAEKERS' CARTOONSLOUIS RAEMAEKERS
Ralph, seeing this, leveled his gun with a swiftness that came of long practice amid the wilds of his native Hiawassee.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
Only one of these, a man named Collinson, saw any value in these researches of the provincial in the wilds of America.
STEAM STEEL AND ELECTRICITYJAMES W. STEELE
We find the same ideas to spring up in the agora of Athens, the wilds and snows of Norway, and the heathers and hills of Scotland.
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. 2, NO. 2, AUGUST, 1862VARIOUS
They had no idea that a man could do so many different and profitable things in the wilds of the great forests.
THE RANGER BOYS AND THE BORDER SMUGGLERSCLAUDE A. LABELLE
The prisoner refusing to open the door, Quilt Arnold, one of Wilds men, broke it open.
THE CHRONICLES OF CRIME OR THE NEW NEWGATE CALENDAR. V. 1/2CAMDEN PELHAM

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