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To M. le Marquis Damaso Pareto I have always longed to tell a simple and true story, which should strike terror into two young lovers, and drive them to take refuge each in the other's heart, as two children cling together at the sight of a snake by a woodside.
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Then a faint melancholy shout at a distance, answered by a 'Stole away!' from the fields; a doleful 'toot!' of the horn; the dull thunder of many horsehoofs rolling along the farther woodside.
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Near a hamlet, in a lonely spot by a woodside, I came upon a little lad of perhaps ten years old, who, his head hidden in his arms against a tree trunk, was crying bitterly.
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I have always longed to tell a simple and true story, which should strike terror into two young lovers, and drive them to take refuge each in the other's heart, as two children cling together at the sight of a snake by a woodside.
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WOODSIDE OR, _Look, Listen, and Learn.
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HARD PUSHED, 45 CHARLEY FOSTER'S COLLECTION, 68 THE TEA ON THE LAWN, 82 WOODSIDE.
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Now grandpapa lived less than twenty miles from London, yet his house was quite in the country,-indeed you might have thought that it was a hundred miles away from any town,-and it was called Woodside.
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Each of them had visited at Woodside several times before, but they had not been all together there at the same time.
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Now grandpapa's house, Woodside, stood on the side of a wood; in fact there was only a grassy road between the gates and the wood itself.
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Woodside was too far from the town for the children to go to school with their cousins.
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Then Sarah came into the room to say that Jane had come from Woodside to take the children back.
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Jack explained to her how he had caught the young frogs to put into the Woodside pond, that he might watch them there.
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Charley's pond is large and shaded, while the Woodside pond is small and open; and the weather has been very dry lately, so the frogs have kept in the soft mud at the bottom.
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Jack was lying on the floor with his face to the garden, and supposed to be reading a book; while the little girls were busy with some easy fancy-work, making something to take home to their mother when they left Woodside.
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Tom and Katey were at Woodside spending the last day with their cousins.
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She lived at an old place called "Woodside", which had been in the family for a great many years; indeed, ever since before the Revolution.
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The neighborhood dated back to the time of the colony, and Woodside was one of the old places.
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I do not see how she managed to do what she did when the enemy got to Woodside in the war.
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I believe the translation of that is "The Woodside".
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Now the meadows with crocus besprent, And the asphodel woodsides she left, And the lake-slopes, the ravishing scent Of narcissus, dark-sweet, for the cleft That tutors the torrent-brook, Delaying its forceful spleen With many a wind and crook Through rock to the broad ravine.
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Examples of Woodside

Example #1
I have always longed to tell a simple and true story, which should strike terror into two young lovers, and drive them to take refuge each in the other's heart, as two children cling together at the sight of a snake by a woodside.
Example #2
At the risk of spoiling my story and of being taken for a coxcomb, I state my intention at the outset.
Example #3
Then red coats, flashing like sparks of fire across the gray gap of mist at the ride's-mouth, then a whipper-in, bringing up a belated hound, burst into the pathway, smashing and plunging, with shut eyes, through ash-saplings and hassock-grass; then a fat farmer, sedulously pounding through the mud, was overtaken and bespattered in spite of all his struggles;- until the line streamed out into the wide rushy pasture, startling up pewits and curlews, as horsemen poured in from every side, and cunning old farmers rode off at inexplicable angles to some well- known haunts of pug: and right ahead, chiming and jangling sweet madness, the dappled pack glanced and wavered through the veil of soft grey mist.
Example #4
The walk became a trot-the trot a canter.
Example #5
I asked him what was the matter, and, after a little trouble-he was better than a mere bumpkin-I learnt that, having been sent with sixpence to pay a debt, he had lost the money.
Example #6
That reminds me of an incident.