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  • I parked at the end of a lane and walked the rest of the way up through the nutty aroma of gorze bushes.

    "Hike" to Ballycorus Chimney Dr. Eugene F.M. O'Loughlin 2008

  • Over the hills, and once more across country, the howling wind made its way, past the old church of Saint Pierre du Bois, past the lanes to Torteval parish, and along the high road to Pleinmont, where it had full play over a wide moorland district, dotted with low masses of gorze and groups of boulders.

    Where Deep Seas Moan E. Gallienne Robin

  • She wound in and out of low, prickly gorze bushes covering the moorland till she reached Pleinmont Point, then she ran down a gently sloping grass valley till she got to the sea.

    Where Deep Seas Moan E. Gallienne Robin

  • A fresh breeze swept over the gorze bushes of the moorland and blew into yellow and red streamers the sheet of flame that rose from a huge bonfire which was built in a direct line inland from the Haunted House.

    Where Deep Seas Moan E. Gallienne Robin

  • The field to be ploughed lay at the base of cliffs covered with the tender grass and golden gorze bushes of early Spring.

    Where Deep Seas Moan E. Gallienne Robin

  • Winding in and out amongst gorze bushes, she reached at last a large patch of grass.

    Where Deep Seas Moan E. Gallienne Robin

  • The shelter of the gorze by the cliff-edge was their chosen retreat.

    Stalky & Co. Rudyard Kipling 1900

  • She had a way of clutching her dress when she hunted us among the gorze-bushes that made us laugh.

    Puck of Pook’s Hill Rudyard Kipling 1900

  • He watched with intense interest the progress of the picture, calling the artist's attention to all Corwen's good points as though he were appraising her at a cattle sale, and an hour passed away quickly both to the artist and Shoni; but to Cardo and Valmai, what a golden hour! to stroll away together over the soft grass studded with buttercups, down to the edge of the cliffs, where they sat among the gorze bushes looking out at the rippling blue bay, silent from sheer happiness, but taking in unconsciously the whole beauty of the scene, for it was engraved upon their minds and often recalled in after years.

    By Berwen Banks Allen Raine 1885

  • WYCHODZI! ", itp.) +podobno u tych na gorze rowniez, bo" spimy tylko na plecach ze wzgledu na weza ";) - dzien dobry, wszyscy wstali.

    - pozytywnie 2008


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