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“How can I make you realize the glorious, bountiful, sun-steeped tropics under our cold grey skies, and amidst our pale, monotonous, lustreless greens?”
“Through these we rode up shallow valleys to a crest; and then by like valleys down the far side, whence we issued abruptly, from dark, tossed stone-heaps into the sun-steeped wideness of a plain.”
“On the under-sides of the arches moved the slow, water-illumined shadows, till the sun-steeped stone glowed Eke living gold.”
“He used to come to Madrid for the winter to escape the damp of England, and revelled in the warmth and freshness of that sun-steeped air.”
“Mr. Frazer writes powerfully and well, and seems to have an intimate acquaintance with the sun-steeped land, and the strange beings who people it.”
“Fair land (she sang), O sun-steeped realm of mine,”
“The throstle's call, the calm of sun-steeped days,”
“Through the still, mild air, across the sun-steeped gardens, came the voices of the children --”
“But, oh, to touch it for a moment, to sit anywhere on the summer mould, to pull down the sun-quivering, sun-steeped branches about me, to scent the fresh grass as it springs to the light!”
“There is an effervescence of life in the clear air, and the sun-steeped walls of stone are resonant with the cheerful noise of young voices.”
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