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Three or four of these tenements were occasionally grouped together in some wild and striking situation, and had a picturesque effect.
I saw the vague figures of the watch grouped in the waist, gazing in awed silence.
They followed him through the entrance-hall, down a long passage, and into a magnificent Saloon, around which were grouped dogs of all sorts and sizes.
The whole were grouped in a manner that aped the streets of a city, and were evidently so arranged by the directions of one who looked to the wants of posterity rather than to the convenience of the present incumbents.

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