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  • Above the white-mantled world the concave of the sky hung blue and deep and pricked out with pale star points.

    The Major

  • But when large bodies of the white-mantled Welshmen were permitted without interruption to take such order on the plain as their habits of fighting recommended, the monk's countenance, though he still endeavoured to speak encouragement to the terrified Eveline, assumed a different and an anxious expression; and his acquired habits of resignation contended strenuously with his ancient military ardour.

    The Betrothed

  • So far more than 1000 moth species have been recorded at Minsmere, ranging from common species to unexpected migrants and rare breeding species such as the white-mantled wainscot. "

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