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  • Three hours later, as snow swirled across the white-covered road and piled in high drifts to either side, the carriage creaked around the final bend of the cliff road and passed through the large stone gates of the castle.

    One Night in Scotland

  • As snow swirled across the white-covered road and piled in high drifts to either side, the carriage creaked around the final bend of the cliff road and passed through the large stone gates of the castle.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • That white-covered area on the left says "Mercury".

    Where In The Universe #94 | Universe Today

  • In the whiteness and order of a small preliminary room Hilary saw the little figure, white-covered, collapsed, and with a deathly face.

    Flowering Wilderness

  • He looked back in the general direction of the tower, but could see nothing but snow, tree trunks, and the white-covered green of the fir branches.

    Fall of Angels

  • By midafternoon of the third day, they were into real mountains; though sunlight still illuminated the tops of the white-covered peaks around them, down on the trail they were in chill gloom.

    Magic's Price

  • He calmed himself, making the white-covered fields stop whirling around him.

    Time Trial

  • The cold northeast wind persisted, but during the night it began to bring only snow and on the thirteenth Washington looked out onto white-covered fields.

    Washington

  • A week later Jane in a white shirt-waist and white apron came down with her white-covered basket into the glare of the town's white lights.

    The Gay Cockade

  • The sun was just gone when we reached the first low line, and passing through a gap turned into a side gulch thickly studded with cedars, where we saw before us two white-covered waggons, two or three camp-fires blazing, and friends.

    A Canyon Voyage The Narrative of the Second Powell Expedition down the Green-Colorado River from Wyoming, and the Explorations on Land, in the Years 1871 and 1872

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