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  • On the meadow around the millhouse were a half dozen farm wagons, watched over by farmers who had come a good long way to get high-quality flour.

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  • "millhouse" regarding his posting of limiting of five patients per pot provider/dispensary, and more.

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  • Stay in Casa Do Rio Vez, an old millhouse by the river Vez.

    New ways to explore Portugal

  • She cast a glance toward the pond, where Jamie's head appeared briefly, sleek as a seal, before disappearing once again beneath the millhouse.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • The miller, leaning out of the millhouse window, shouted encouragement and directions whenever the sleek wet head broke the surface for air.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • While there might be sufficient air under the millhouse for survival, certainly there was not room to hide very effectively.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Only a light fall, enough to dust the ground with a white like the flour on the millhouse floor, but it worried me.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • Dragoons, six of them, on horseback, making their way carefully down the hill toward the millhouse.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • As the miller went back into the millhouse, to try turning the stone from within, Jamie stood a moment, staring into the dark, weedy depths of the millpond.

    Sick Cycle Carousel

  • When the father inherits an old millhouse in the Fens from a distant relative he views a trip to fix it up as an opportunity to reconnect with what remains of his family.

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