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As I pulled my bike up the steps at the front of the house, the first banksian rose had burst.
In the same instant he saw the livid bruise, half hidden under her hair -- and then he saw a big bundle behind her, partly screened by a dwarfed banksian.
This bundle she thrust under her bed, just as a long time ago she had thrust a similar bundle under a banksian clump in the meadowland below Cragg's Ridge.
Bird's dark eyes would look out at them, and finally, laughing at his own discomfiture, he drew Nada down beside him in a little fen, white and yellow and blue with wildflowers, and boldly took her head in his arms and kissed her -- with Yellow Bird looking at them from behind a banksian clump twenty feet away.
Baree lay with a full stomach in a thicket of banksian pine; the third day he was traveling westward over the trap line again.
It was half an hour before McTaggart could pick out the straight trail, and he followed it for two hours into a thick banksian swamp.