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So he wove in Train's Galloway legends, but he put the people into his own well-kenned dresses, and set them to act their parts under familiar skies.
One can endure the blackness that abides within four well-kenned walls; but night unrelieved by the least gleam of light, night without bounds or measurements, enfolding one like a stifling blanket and instilling into the brain the fear of nameless things, quickening the respiration and oppressing the heart -- that is another thing entirely, and that is what
But he did not hear anybody enter the store: absorbed with his task, he thought himself quite alone until a well-kenned voice reached his ear.
But he listened attentively to the prayers, and tracked the minister over that well-kenned ground.
Campbell of Minch, and others, all well-kenned gentlemen, had pleasure in his society.