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Then she turned back to me, and gave me abare acknowledgment: a single nod, afullstop ...
That vegetation dies, and when the water rises again in spring, it submerges abare-topped hump, usually about 5 to 10 feet deep and surrounded by thickgrass.
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67 A kind of lighter used in the river Clyde, — probably from the French abare.
Zatôichi abare tako = Zatoichi's Flashing Sword / directed by Kazuo Ikehiro (1964,