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WOODS, A piece of land on which forest trees in great number naturally grow. According to Lord Coke, a grant to another of omnes boscos suos, all his woods, will pass not only all his trees, but the land on which they grow. Co. Litt. 4 b.

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Well, the wood people are a happy folk and very well satisfied with themselves.
As soon as he saw that piece of wood, Mastro Cherry was filled with joy.
The sausage started in search of wood, the bird made the fire, and the mouse put on the pot, and then these two waited till the sausage returned with the fuel for the following day.
But I caught her up, and in spite of her struggles, plunged boldly before me into the wood.
I have a daughter,' said the old woman, 'who is so beautiful that she has not her equal in the world, and is well fitted to be your wife; if you will make her lady-queen I will show you the way out of the wood.
HE asked several questions about the wood, and about the exact position of the house and shed.
Sometimes I heard four or five at once in different parts of the wood, by accident one a bar behind another, and so near me that I distinguished not only the cluck after each note, but often that singular buzzing sound like a fly in a spider's web, only proportionally louder.
After that he never went into the woods without carrying the sling in his pocket and he spent hours shooting at imaginary animals concealed among the brown leaves in the trees.
and the Reindeer flew on over bush and bramble through the great wood, over moor and heath, as fast as he could go.
A third person rode up circumspectly through the wood (it was plain that he had had a lesson) and stopped behind the count.
One June evening, when the orchards were pink blossomed again, when the frogs were singing silverly sweet in the marshes about the head of the Lake of Shining Waters, and the air was full of the savor of clover fields and balsamic fir woods, Anne was sitting by her gable window.
The wet wood which I had placed near the heat dried and itself became inflamed.