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  • I could see Mara and Bessie several feet away, moving among the low branches of the sea-grape trees.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • Meanwhile Jewel had meandered to a sea-grape tree whose grape clusters had become ripe.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • When she nuzzled him, he pulled a berry from the sea-grape tree and offered it to her.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • I followed Miss Edith into the yard and beyond the overhanging sea-grape trees.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • There are biscuits and sea-grape jelly on the table, Jake.

    BLOWN AWAY!

  • The guard stayed back in the sea-grape bushes while Warren went down to the lagoon.

    Across The Sea Of Suns

  • That was the odor of the cactus flowers, mimosa and the sea-grape shrubs.

    For Whom The Bell Tolls

  • Just opposite is the green and silver coral islet of Cay Verde, with the Man-of-War Birds nesting among the flat leaves of the sea-grape.

    The Trail Book

  • In the morning, when I awoke, I saw that the sun was shining brightly, and that a large sea-grape bush was hanging over our stern.

    Euphemia Among the Pelicans

  • You drive through tidal swamps, palmetto groves, sea-grape hummocks (called hammocks in Florida), old gumbo limbo trees, and past salt-weathered houses, often built on stilts to survive the high water that hurricanes bring up the Gulf coast.

    CANOE Travel Features

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