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“It is a tiny village of a dozen straw-thatched cottages in which I lived.”
“Their houses were earthen-walled and straw-thatched.”
“I glanced at the house, straw-thatched and commodious, at the large stable, and at the large array of fields I knew must belong with the place.”
“She lives alone in a straw-thatched, commodious house, on seventy acres of land.”
“Now his dream is of a farm and farm-house, straw-thatched out-buildings, children playing in the sun, good wife at the door — "the goal of all his effort, the high reward for the salt-plowing and the long, long furrows he ran up and down the whole world around in his farming of the sea.”
“Castles, cloaks, cold, straw-thatched roofs and pens of barnyard animals.”
“Indeed the whole house was alive with vermin — from the wasps nesting in the straw-thatched roof to the body-hopping fleas for whom our blood was the elixir of life.”
“The green hills are crowned by clusters of straw-thatched cones.”
“An old man stood in front of a straw-thatched hut.”
“Without great difficulty they entered into that straw-thatched cottage, scurvily built, naughtily movabled, and all besmoked.”
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