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  • Passenger Pigeons used to come there to eat, for they were very fond of nuts! Do you know where elm trees grow wild along some riverway, or where pine trees live?

    Bird Stories

  • It is the men of this region who are sought by the great fur companies, by adventurers and sportsmen and by all those traffickers who use the great riverway to the north.

    On the Edge of the Arctic or, An Aeroplane in Snowland

  • The state road always chooses the riverway, always bustles along on the level; how could one ever be friends with a road that never climbed a hill?

    The Joys of Being a Woman and Other Papers

  • The little man did not know, that time was wanted for imagination to make the roadway or riverway of a true story, unless we press to invent; his mind had been too busy on the way for him to clothe in speech his impressions of the passage of incidents at the call for them.

    Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith

  • The little man did not know, that time was wanted for imagination to make the roadway or riverway of a true story, unless we press to invent; his mind had been too busy on the way for him to clothe in speech his impressions of the passage of incidents at the call for them.

    One of Our Conquerors — Volume 2

  • The little man did not know, that time was wanted for imagination to make the roadway or riverway of a true story, unless we press to invent; his mind had been too busy on the way for him to clothe in speech his impressions of the passage of incidents at the call for them.

    One of Our Conquerors — Complete

  • The Laurel became more rocky, swift, full of rapids, and the valley narrowed down to the riverway, with standing room, however, for stately trees along the banks.

    On Horseback

  • Laurel became more rocky, swift, full of rapids, and the valley narrowed down to the riverway, with standing room, however, for stately trees along the banks.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • Opponents of the Pardee enlargement say it would obliterate 3 miles of beautiful riverway, a prime kayak run, the historic 1912 Middle Bar Bridge and willow groves sacred to American Indian cultural rites.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • The court ruled that the DNR, which oversees the lower portion of the federally protected riverway, had no authority to overturn the city of Lakeland's approval of the project.

    News

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