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- n. Any of several types of wide unsurfaced paths through the countryside, especially ancient ones once used for herding animals
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It was the annual custom of a tribe of gypsies to pitch their tents in a green lane near Plashet, on their way to Fairlop Fair.
After some deliberation over the compass, we decide that a green lane that branches off and fords the river to climb uphill the other side of the valley is our path to Baligrod.