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Along this edge of the Downs stands a picturesque row of pine-trees, stunted, bittered, and twisted through many a winter by the upland gales.
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He was represented trampling on the body of a boa constrictor of the first quality, in the skin of which he was dressed; at his back were his bow and arrows; his right hand rested on an uprooted pine-tree; he stood in a desert between two volcanoes; at his feet was a lake of magnitude; the distance lowered with an approaching tornado; but a lucky flash of lightning revealed the range of the Andes and both oceans.
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They walked along the side of a hill among pine-trees, and their pleasant odour caused Philip a keen delight.
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He met with no difficulty in selling at a fair price his little property in the Pine-Tree State, and with a portion of the proceeds he bought a ranch near the headwaters of Powder River, to which place he removed, with his family, in the spring of 1890, directly after the incidents related in the preceding chapters.
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On that way were store of beads or rosaries, coarsely made of wild pine-tree; and it seemed kneeling, not standing, nor lying flat; but its sides and middle were beaten with huge stones, insomuch that it proved to us at once an object of fear and pity.
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A city may be but a mile away, and the cultivated vineyards may be close above the seaside pine-trees, but the place is perfectly remote.
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The timorous hare, Grown so familiar with her frequent guest, Scarce shuns me; and the stock-dove unalarmed Sits cooing in the pine-tree, nor suspends His long love-ditty for my near approach.
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Clearing away the snow from the roots of a large spreading pine-tree, he strewed branches on the ground, and thus made a rude couch.
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Where are mossy carpets better Than the Persian weaves, And than Eastern perfumes sweeter Seem the fading leaves; And a music wild and solemn, From the pine-tree's height, Rolls its vast and sea-like volume On the wind of night; Make we here our camp of winter; And, through sleet and snow, Pitchy knot and beechen splinter On our hearth shall glow.
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All this the Innocent delivered rapidly, while Piney, a stout, comely damsel of fifteen, emerged from behind the pine-tree, where she had been blushing unseen, and rode to the side of her lover.
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There he confided the joke to the tall pine-trees, with many slaps of his leg, contortions of his face, and the usual profanity.
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As the shadows crept slowly up the mountain, a slight breeze rocked the tops of the pine-trees and moaned through their long and gloomy aisles.
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But at the head of the gulch, on one of the largest pine-trees, they found the deuce of clubs pinned to the bark with a bowie-knife.
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Meanwhile the shadows of the pine-trees had slowly swung around until they crossed the road, and their trunks barred the open meadow with gigantic parallels of black and yellow.
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Aristides threw away his cigar, which he had lacked determination to light, and peeled small slips from the inner bark of the pine-tree, and munched them gravely.
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But as he approached, his limbs and stature increased, the cloak fell from his shoulders, his pilgrim's staff was changed into an uprooted pine-tree, and the gigantic figure of the Harz demon passed before them in his terrors.
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The terrified brethren turned their vehicle toward the towers of a convent, which arose in a wood of pine-trees beside the road.
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Beware the pine-tree's withered branch!
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As the strangely twisted pine-tree, which would be a freak of nature on an English lawn, is seen, if we replace it, in thought, amid the contending forces of the Alpine torrent that actually shaped its growth, to have been the creature of necessity, of the logic of certain facts; so, beliefs the most fantastic, the "communism" of Plato, for instance, have their natural propriety when duly correlated with those facts, those conditions round about them, of which they are in truth a part.
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The higher slopes were clad with pine-trees, having long thin needles, which hung from their boughs like fringes of green hair, and bushy shrubs which reminded me of heaths.
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Examples of Pine-tree

Example #1
Louise noticed them, only to think for a moment what ugly trees they were.
Example #2
With a petulant remark to herself on the selfishness of "those people," she sauntered past.
Example #3
Altogether he looked the most dandified of savages, and the most savage of dandies.
Example #4
But the chef-d'oeuvre was the portrait of the Author himself.
Example #5
The day was warm and cloudless.
Example #6
Philip felt that she thought him perfectly ridiculous.