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“She was in her silver Volvo S40, way out in the thickly-wooded outskirts of Tallahassee, following the grey BMW of the two men who were going to sell her a pile of cocaine, Ecstasy, and a gun.”
“The small valley is shut in by two graceful, thickly-wooded slopes, where rise delicious springs that water my park by means of channels cleverly disposed by my architect.”
“Buffalo does have a number of stunning neighborhoods, lined with stately old mansions and interspersed with thickly-wooded parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.”
“Only this time he'll stick to a paved path after four days and nights lost in this thickly-wooded area on the UCF campus.”
“When it grew towards dark, I was just beginning to prepare for my circuit around the hills; but suddenly Watch gave a long low growl; I kept myself close as possible, and ordered the dog to be silent, and presently saw a short figure approaching from a thickly-wooded hollow on the left side of my hiding-place.”
“Patagonia, among the thickly-wooded islets and broken land, it lives exclusively on what the sea throws up, and on the carcasses of dead seals.”
“At the height of a hundred feet the hills were buried in a dense white vapour, which rose like columns of smoke from the most thickly-wooded parts, and especially from the valleys.”
“At the bottom, a river, straggling amongst the recesses of stone, was hastening forward to the ocean and its grey rocks, of which we had a prospect on the left; whilst on the right it stole peacefully forward into the meadows, losing itself in a thickly-wooded rising ground.”
“Odenwald, and were traversing one of its most lonely and thickly-wooded passes.”
“Far to the south Asbidag, unaware of the clan victory, entered a thickly-wooded section of hills.”
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