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" Every May, a beautiful fault frustrates this skilful venery, for, thick as grass, thick and sweet, the lily of the valley springs in all the brakes and shady places. The scent of the game will not lie across these miles of blossom. The hunters are in... "
The Fields of France: Little Essays in Descriptive Sociology - Сторінка 153
автори: Agnes Mary Frances Robinson - 1904 - 317 стор.
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The Contemporary Review, Том 64

1893
...every wilding branch of the overarching hornbeam roof. But the roads are bad on purpose ; every springf they are ploughed afresh, lest they lose the lightness...deer, still deafened with the winter's yelp of the hounds — the deer, who sets his back against the sturdiest oak, and butts at the pack with his antlers,...
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The Conquered World: And Other Papers

Robert Forman Horton - 1898 - 128 стор.
...suggestion from this description given by Mme. Darmesteter of hunting stags in the woods of Valois: Every May a beautiful fault frustrates this skilful...blossom. The hunters are in despair, and the deer, who sets his back against the sturdiest oak and butts at the pack with his antlers, who swims the lake,...
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Life's Unexpected Issues, and Other Papers on Character and Conduct

William Lonsdale Watkinson - 1912 - 212 стор.
...the chase owing to the presence of sweet flowers. Every May a beautiful fault frustrates the sport, for, thick as grass, thick and sweet, the lily of...deer, still deafened with the winter's yelp of the hounds, beholds himself at last befriended by an ally more invincible than water or forest oak, by...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Том 58;Том 121

1893
...pares and cuts every wilding branch of the overarching hornbeam roof. But the roads are [>••'• < on purpose ; every spring they are ploughed afresh,...valley springs in all the brakes and shady places. The scant of the game will not lie across these miles of blossom. The hunters are in despair, and the deer,...
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The Monthly Review, Том 15

Sir Henry John Newbolt, Charles Hanbury-Williams - 1904
...of the horseman," Madame Duclaux notes a strange instance of Nature's guardianship of her creatures. Every May, a beautiful fault frustrates this skilful...places. The scent of the game will not lie across these mile* of blossom. The hunters are in despair, and the deer, still deafened with the winter's yelp of...
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