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“Only when the column was within two vingts of Salaan, the town's low dwellings visible on the northern horizon, did Alucius begin to see more than scattered steads and dwellings rising out of the brown-grassed rises.”
“One turned north and began to cross a brown-grassed meadow, while the others followed the road, drawing away from the main force.”
“As the hissed orders passed through the fog, Secca and Stepan led the way back through the fog and across the brown-grassed meadow, following the traces of their earlier passages.”
“Behind her, Secca could hear the near frantic pounding of the thunder-drums, and feel the cold wind die away once more as she crossed the stretch of damp and brown-grassed meadow between the rise and the trees on the south side of the ridge which she had ridden down such a short time before.”
“Rolling hills surrounded the gentle valley on all sides, hills partly forested and partly in brown-grassed meadows.”
“You could travel three days through drought-withered forests and brown-grassed meadows without seeing a single sign of human habitation, then suddenly find yourself within half a day of seven or eight tiny villages, all ignorant of the world.”
“Ahead, the trail seemed to wind over and around yet another set of brown-grassed hills.”
“Where the road from the mines entered the valley, it was a line of reddish brown that angled down a brown-grassed hillside steep enough that the parts of the lower section of the hill were still in shadow, even late in the morning.”
“How long before they get here?" asked Ayrlyn, with a glance toward the scattered dwellings and outbuildings in the brown-grassed vale a kay west of where Nylan's and her squads were drawn up.”
“The cottage on the brown-grassed hillside below turned into a shed and then into a dollhouse-or so it seemed, even though the balloon was less than two hundred cubits above the hilltop.”
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