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The next minute she was in the room and had run across to his bed, bringing with her a waft of fresh air full of the scent of the morning.
The Frenchman followed the movements of Francis, in such a state of bewilderment that he actually forgot to seize the opportunity of shutting out the fresh air.
The immense stretch of meadow had been mown and was sparkling with a peculiar fresh brilliance, with its lines of already sweet-smelling grass in the slanting rays of the evening sun.
asked Billina, who decided that they were fresh baked; but at this dangerous question the six little gems ran away as fast as they could go.
Rejoice in thy vigorous growth, and in the fresh life that moveth within thee
Here lay many wounded insects, and harmless little creatures, whom cruel hands had hurt; and pale, drooping flowers grew beside urns of healing herbs, from whose fresh leaves came a faint, sweet perfume.
But the very extent of his ownership, thus perpetually brought before him, created a fresh sense of grievance.
An hour's time saw the sled loaded with the ingoing mail and grub, fresh dogs harnessed, and a fresh Indian engaged.
She straightened her back from the sink with a groan and glared at Saxon with fresh hostility.
Having lit his candle he sat up in bed, then got up, then lay down again not at all troubled by his sleeplessness: his soul was as fresh and joyful as if he had stepped out of a stuffy room into God's own fresh air.
At one side of the bedroom was a dainty dressing-room with closets containing a large assortment of fresh clothing; and beyond this was the bath--a large room having a marble pool big enough to swim in, with white marble steps leading down to the water.
Every morning I wakened with a fresh consciousness that winter was over.