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“Halfway up the hill's precipitous slopes clings the smallholding of Middle Ninfa "charcoal burner" in Welsh, but I expect you knew that.”
“Situated at Lamai Bay on the southeastern coast of the island, it offers 88 villas, built into the hill's terraces with a private pool each.”
“Tumescent clouds gathered on the hill's horizon, thick as clots.”
“By the end, the novel has returned once more to St. Michael's hill, and concludes by explaining how the cross on the hill's summit was erected in memory of the book's hero who had been executed there.”
“It must have had some impact: the hill's been open ever since.”
“Breaking down what is in storage is not going to make a hill's beans worth of difference.”
“The pitched angle and approaching stop sign at Green Street forced me to inch down the hill's first leg at 15 mph.”
“There, upon the hill's south-eastern ridge, I could just make out Win Hill House through the heat haze and I remembered how the nonagenarian couple who live up there had recently recounted to me their month-long imprisonment this last winter, confined by snowdrifts and ice and dreaming of the day when they could finally drive down to the valley.”
“It is odd though, that william hill's have CUT Labour's odds of winning the next election from 11/1 to 10/1.”
“The boy, his father and his little brother were hiking up a hill, cutting a diagonal path through hay-colored grass towards an outcrop of craggy boulders below the hill's summit.”
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