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heaven-aspiring

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  • Thompson, with his heaven-aspiring whiskers, was laughing at him.

    FINIS

  • Even youth will hesitate at an all-night ride, on an empty stomach, outside a train that is tearing the atmosphere through the snow-sheds, tunnels, and eternal snows of heaven-aspiring mountains.

    Confession

  • An old king could never sit upon this heaven-aspiring throne.

    The Fountains of Paradise

  • Pindar stands like some fabled heaven-aspiring peak, conspicuous from afar, girdled at the base with ice and snow, beaten by winds, wreathed round with steam and vapor, jutting a sharp and dazzling outline into cold blue ether.

    Mosaics of Grecian History

  • It was a great moment, the master's moment -- caught all aback with all our bulk and tonnage and infinitude of gear, and our heaven-aspiring masts two hundred feet above our heads.

    Chapter 28

  • The shadow had lifted from the world; the skies were alight with gladness; my heart was heaven-aspiring in its ecstasy.

    The Trail of '98 A Northland Romance

  • Both are volcanic islands, ragged of sky-line, with heaven-aspiring peaks and minarets.

    Chapter 12

  • Both are volcanic islands, ragged of sky line, with heaven-aspiring peaks and minarets.

    "The High Seat Of Abundance"

  • Even John Thompson, with his heaven-aspiring whiskers, was laughing at him.

    Morganson's Finish

  • When one sees these heaven-aspiring trees one is tempted to believe that their only aim in life is to rise so high that they may look over the crest of the coast range and have a free view of the

    From Pole to Pole A Book for Young People

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