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“The hill side was alive with clatter and motion; with sudden up-springing lights among the pines.”
“I wondered if an up-springing sense of courtesy persuaded you to refrain from hooting at such elegant verbiage.”
“In the sudden up-springing of this hope, Joyce quite forgot the face of the woman at the bungalow.”
“When this is cut and placed in stacks, its red roots are exposed, affording a pleasant contrast to the dark green of the up-springing fall-wheat.”
“What an up-springing there will be when heavenly light and air come to the world at last, in the setting up of Christ's kingdom!”
“So no matter, if we never see the full up-springing on earth of the”
“Here were the pretty painted faces, the absurd silk stockings, the tripping, exquisitely booted feet, the swinging walk, the tall, up-springing bodies of the women he remembered.”
“And this life was like a forest, boundless and impenetrable, up-springing, intertwining.”
“He did not notice the soft verdure; he did not even see the beautiful vines that hung from earth-filled niches among the rocks, and lent to their forbidding aspect something of a smiling grace; their picturesque grouping, where they had fallen apart to show this sparkling fountain of bright up-springing water, was all lost upon his artistic perceptions.”
“The fertility of the earth is its perfect finishing; growth of all kinds of plants, the up-springing of tall trees, both productive and unfruitful, flowers 'sweet scents and fair colors, and all that which, a little later, at the voice of God came forth from the earth to beautify her, their universal mother.”
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