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“When I watch a male lion grooming his cubs or see a female leopard haul a carcass her own weight up a thorn-tree, I am mystified that some people take pleasure in killing their kind with a high-powered rifle.”
“So she dragged herself into the shade of a thorn-tree, and let her body sink unto the ground, and lay there long unwitting.”
“You remember how by that thorn-tree and pool, where the geese were performing a prodigious evening concert, there might be seen, at a certain hour, somebody in a certain cloak and bonnet, who happened to be coming from a village yonder, and whose image has flickered in that pool.”
“The boy rose; he looked at his little mate, looked at the bird, and began quietly to move toward it; but uttering again its queer call, the bird glided on to a third thorn-tree.”
“Straight in front of them was a magpie, balancing itself on a stripped twig of thorn-tree.”
“On the summit I was shown an object that makes travellers shudder, a thorn-tree, under which the Habr Gerhajis”
“Its use has reduced pressure for the use of live and dead thorn-tree branches.”
“The plateau itself was only a few hundred meters wide, fuzzed with brush, and walled at the northern end by thorn-tree brambles.”
“Why, there it stands to this very day, just on the edge of the slope, and I saw it not three weeks since — an old single thorn-tree, "marvellous stumpy.”
“Does he think nobody ever saw the "single thorn-tree" but himself?”
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