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  • Framing it are ragged beech and pine-covered peaks, which some locals have tagged the "Herzegovinian Himalaya."

    Richard Bangs: Bosnia & Herzegovina, That Unreal Place

  • Up the cãnon rose far hills and peaks, the big foot-hills, pine-covered and remote.

    All Gold Cañon

  • Up the cãnon rose far hills and peaks, the big foothills, pine-covered and remote.

    All Gold Canon

  • The austere beauty of the Badlands on my right; on my left, the pine-covered grandeur of the Black Hills and the jagged point of Harney Peak in the distance.

    No Mercy

  • At dusk, which was when he began to walk each night, the pine-covered slopes were great purple masses, looming over the endless darkness of the sea.

    Blood Ninja II

  • His brother-in-law and two partners did stake out a reservation claim, in the pine-covered Carrizo Mountains farther to the east, near the Arizona–New Mexico line.

    Yellow Dirt

  • The organization occupied the old Parrant estate on North Point Road, a prime piece of property situated just outside the town limits, at the end of a pine-covered peninsula that stuck like a crooked thumb into Iron Lake.

    Vermilion Drift

  • On the way Dalgliesh just had time to glimpse through an open door the pine-covered walls, red tiled floor and gleaming chrome of Julius's kitchen, a kitchen too like his own where a woman, overpaid and underworked to assuage her employer's guilt for hiring her at all, cooked the occasional meal to gratify one person's over-fastidious taste.

    She Closed Her Eyes

  • It was the first day of summer, his first day of freedom, and Doug Albin stood on the porch staring out at the pine-covered ridge above town.

    Baby Games

  • Well, I just finished hand washing my clothes, went for a long run on the country road below the mountains and am now sitting here on my porch drinking tea and watching the clouds pour over the pine-covered mountains (a huge firework that sounded like a bomb just went off and someone turned on Shaggy's 'Angel', so much for the tranquility).

    Al Eisele: Kelly McCormack's Inspirational Example

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