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flower-bordered

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  • Angling on Loeb Lake — whose waters beguile visitors from all over the world as they stroll along the shoreline's flower-bordered pathways or spend a romantic hour in a rowboat — is a tame affair compared with the hardy fishing I do from high-powered boats during summers in Maine.

    The Lure of Central Park

  • As Saxon went up the narrow, flower-bordered walk, she noted two men at work among the vegetables -- one an old

    CHAPTER III

  • Anna watched them heading up the flower-bordered pathway.

    Deadly Intent

  • A short ride over the perfect lawn and down a flower-bordered lane brought them to the Gate of Avalon where, inured as she had become to marvels, Elizabeth stared and caught her breath.

    Ill Met By Moonlight

  • So many imposing wrought-iron fences, flower-bordered walks, grouped trees and bushes, expensive and handsome automobiles either beneath porte-cocheres within or speeding along the broad thoroughfare without.

    An American Tragedy

  • Princess Mary ran out to the porch, down the flower-bordered path, and into the avenue.

    War and Peace

  • EVERY HEAD TURNED their way as they walked the long, flower-bordered path toward the back gates of Castle Ursal.

    Ascendance

  • Just across the road, with perfect sunset views of shallows strewn with sailboats and rocky islets, is the flower-bordered Jura Hotel.

    Literary Pilgrimages: George Orwell

  • Two couples ran lightly to the center of the flower-bordered dance floor.

    Death on the River Walk

  • We crossed the sleek marble lobby and walked the flower-bordered path to the lot.

    Four To Score

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