from The Century Dictionary.
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By an avenue of boxwood and yoke-elm he entered into an open glade, in the middle of which there was a circle where the intended statue of
And there was the goodly pasture for the horses and the neat, and the thymy hill-grass for the sheep; and beyond it all, the thicket of the great wood, with its unfailing store of goodly timber of ash and oak and holly and yoke-elm.
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