MARSH


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MARSHMatching Aid to Restore State Habitat (Arkansas)
MARSHMarine Aquarium and Reef Society of Houston (Texas)
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It was Tommy Drake and Fanny Marsh that furnished the sugar - nice children, the nicest at the post, I think.
Westward, a lurid streak of sunset glowed red in the dreary heaven, blackened the fringing trees on the far borders of the great inland marsh, and turned its little gleaming water-pools to pools of blood.
All at once there began to go a sort of bustle among the bulrushes; a wild duck flew up with a quack, another followed, and soon over the whole surface of the marsh a great cloud of birds hung screaming and circling in the air.
She can't run away from us there, whilst we are preparing the guest-chamber under the marsh where she shall live.
Yonder came hobbling a man with a lame ankle, or another with his shins torn by the briars or another with his jacket all muddy from the marsh.
It was built upon a vast site, independent at once of the plain and of the river, because it was almost a marsh fed by springs and kept up by rains.
On the way he passed by a marsh, in which a number of frogs were sitting croaking.
It was a sort of island of solid ground in the midst of an immense marsh.
Come, forget it all and take a walk with me -- a ramble back through the woods beyond the marsh.
One of them said, "The Sun, now while he is single, parches up the marsh, and compels us to die miserably in our arid homes.
We see this on every mountain, in every lake and marsh.
All this was black in the falling dusk, and I could just distinguish the whitish ruts of a cart-track stretching over the marsh towards the higher land, far away.