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  • And however bland these tree-grown beans might be, I think they'd go down much easier than a wriggling grasshopper!

    Honey Granola for St. John the Baptist

  • I wanted the Mejaber springs, down whose tree-grown bed we might creep unperceived: so Rolls made his car leap forward in a palpitant rush across the great width.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • Afterwards there opened tree-grown spaces, collecting grounds in winter for the sheets of rain which poured off the glazed sides of the Sukhur.

    Seven Pillars of Wisdom

  • Thus it commands a glorious view of the tree-grown valley, or rather valleys, beneath it; and of the picturesque peaks of the Tihámat-Balawíyyah in the background.

    The Land of Midian

  • I had passed the building several times, a simple stone square with a proud tower, nestled into the tree-grown hillside and surrounded by gravestones and crosses.

    The Moor

  • Garric looked around, finding to his vague amusement that he knew where they were: the buildings were mostly different or mere tree-grown piles of rubble, but the vast pillars of the Temple of Concord of the Isles still stood, even though the roof and most of the entablature had fallen ages ago.

    Lord of the Isles

  • The coastline ran unbro - ken from where she stood for as far as the eye could see, ragged, tree-grown bluffs backed by the stark, whitecapped mountains of the Rock Spur north and the Irrybis south.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • Up, up to the flattopped, tree-grown plain, a golden city shimmering, miragelike, at its end ....

    The Hand of Oberon

  • Just to look at the stuff made Ross long for a drink, but he mouthed it and chewed, getting up to follow McNeil down into the tree-grown lower slopes.

    The Time Traders

  • Until about ten years ago, our raw rubber was tree-grown.

    The Dangers and Opportunities We Share

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