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  • Went with Mr. Damon to his cool, vine-shaded home; no careworn or eager, anxious faces in this land of happy contentment.

    Mark Twain: A Biography

  • It was a warm morning and Melanie sat on the vine-shaded porch, her mending basket piled high with socks.

    Gone with the Wind

  • He turned away from her, gazed out of the window into the vine-shaded, black and white cobbled courtyard.

    Psychosphere

  • These extra rooms formed a wing at right angles to the main bungalow, with the vine-shaded veranda she had noted on arrival set into the L shape of the building.

    River Of Desire

  • The windows opened onto the vine-shaded loggia, and the scent of jasmine pervaded the chamber.

    The Curse of the Pharaohs

  • Now I've done with wandering, give me one day at a time, on a vine-shaded Sicilian porch with a lyre beside me, and memory in my head.

    The Praise Singer

  • His memory lingered over the vine-shaded verandah, the jessamine that grew by the balustrade of the steps, the broad-leaved myrtle that covered the wall of the little yard.

    Ionica

  • He found Opal, and a tall, handsome young man in clerical vestments, sitting together upon the broad vine-shaded veranda.

    One Day A sequel to 'Three Weeks'

  • The little girl, however, drew her mother out of the room upon the vine-shaded gallery, where they walked up and down for a few moments.

    Memories A Record of Personal Experience and Adventure During Four Years of War

  • While they were chatting pleasantly upon the vine-shaded gallery, Mr. Grey rode into the yard upon a strong-looking white mule.

    Memories A Record of Personal Experience and Adventure During Four Years of War

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