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  • Again and again descriptions of shan-shui, as in Wang Wei for example, speak of places filled with various types of motif, of paths filled with people, or tree-filled towers and terraces, and, most importantly, of mist enshrouding the area below the host mountain.

    Shan-shui

  • This artists 'tianguis sets up every Sunday in the Glorieta Chapalita, a beautiful tree-filled park.

    A week in Guadalajara

  • We experienced classic Islamic culture when we arrived in Bursa, the lovely, tree-filled original capital of the Ottomans, where we toured a dazzling mosque of white marble and elaborate tombs.

    Scott S. Smith: Western Turkey for Americans

  • “I almost took a teaching position there, except they didn't hire me,” Tanya said, trying to see into the tree-filled Square.

    In Rittenhouse Square

  • And we encountered other men, fiercer, bigger, who faced us on the beaches in open fight, showering us with spears and arrows, while the great tree drums and the little tom-toms rumbled and rattled war across the tree-filled hollows, and all the hills were pillared with signal - smokes.

    Chapter 15

  • "As soon as the power goes out, the generators come on," said Bennett, a resident of the tree-filled, outage-prone village of Garrett Park.

    In Pepco territory, blackouts mean more home generators, more noise complaints

  • "Tonight I'm gonna party like it's 1999," I sang to myself last Thursday night as I walked into the palm tree-filled courtyard of the Delano hotel, a premier South Beach hot spot.

    MeiMei Fox: The Life Out Loud: How the Summit at Sea Helped Me Rediscover Myself

  • But even more impressively, his 33rd-floor terrace overlooks the East River, with an attractive little tree-filled island in the middle of it called Mill Rock Island, and the Triborough Bridge in the near distance.

    Wading Into a Waste Case

  • Flowers and shrubs border the lawn on all sides, and a tree-filled wild area sits at the back of the property.

    Garden Goddess for Hire

  • Below and behind them lay one of many valleys, green and tree-filled; farther back, more mountains, growing blue with distance.

    Elephant in the City

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