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  • noun a thin strip of land that provides sufficient habitat to support wildlife, often within an urban environment, thus allowing the movement of wildlife along it. Common green corridors include railway embankments, river banks and roadside grass verges.


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  • Rushing through the green corridor, cooler now because the sun had moved, it occurred to her that the two were alike as sisters.

    Beloved Morrison, Toni 1987

  • They rode on slowly and in silence, listening to their horses 'hoof-beats; the sound echoed along the green corridor as it might have done beneath the vaulted roof of a cathedral.

    The Country Doctor Honor�� de Balzac 1824


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