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  • We were negotiating a chain of tree-covered hills northeast of the city, bounded by rivers, including the Danube.


  • The roughly one-minute spot features happy-looking couples in various settings - dancing on the deck of a ship, walking barefoot along a beach, skipping through an open field of green grass, lounging comfortably in each others arms in a field of lavender plants, tossing leaves at one another on a typical fall New England day, and walking hand-in-hand down a tree-covered path.

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  • Leah pointed to a tree-covered area to their left.

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  • Leah pointed to a tree-covered area to their left.

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  • On the tree-covered memorial plaza, open to the families of the victims for the first time, relatives clutched each other, cried or moved their fingers over the names of dead loved ones.

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  • They circled around the people gathered along the freeway and climbed a broad, dusty, tree-covered hill.

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  • Supposedly, there is buried treasure on this tree-covered island, but no one can get to it.

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  • But to the north, in the direction of Minto, a tree-covered out-jut in the bank a quarter of a mile away screened the trail from him.


  • Not all "forest" was tree-covered but any hunting estate would have had tracts of woodland for the raising of the game the nobles liked to chase.

    Shady past

  • Chris lay on his back, his head propped by the bare jutting wall of stone, his gaze attentively directed across the canyon to the opposing tree-covered slope.

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