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  • adverb In a druidic way.


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  • Turning their horses 'heads, therefore, in the proposed direction, the two left the procession, and saw no more of the party until their common arrival at the secluded grove -- druidically conceived for the present purpose -- in which the teacher of a faith as simple as it was pleasant was already preparing to address them.

    Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia William Gilmore Simms 1838

  • For those who are less druidically inclined, here are 10 ways to embrace spring in the next few weeks. Top Stories 2011

  • There may be the occasional druidically long beard, but Blake is elegant and articulate. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph 2010


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