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"There is another morass down yonder, and a narrow neck between.
We will leave this question undecided and hark back to our morass again, for we have left a good deal unexplored."
They were at the morass, and again on the path, and again near where poor Heidegger met his death."
A snake who could make himself comfortable in a quagmire, a hundred feet deep, would be protected on the outskirts by such stupendous morasses as now no longer exist, or which, if they exist anywhere at all, can be on very few places on the earth's surface.
But those were not more noble than the others, hardy barbarians, forests, and morasses. They seemed to drive roads back to the very beginning of the world, on either side of which the populations of all times and countries stood in avenues, and by passing down them all knowledge would be hers, and the book of the world turned back to the very first page.
Two of the sweeping bastions appeared to rest on the water which washed their bases, while a deep ditch and extensive morasses guarded its other sides and angles.
From 2003 to 2007 I led a large, multi-disciplinary research and development (R&D) project to rehabilitate Dowd Morass, one of the largest of the Ramsar-listed, brackish-water wetlands that fringe the western parts of the Gippsland Lakes.
* Regarding "Abuse tsunami" (NCR, April 2): In the morass of revolting details concerning the sexual scandals of the Catholic clergy in Europe, perhaps no imagery is more telling or more obscenely graphic than the comment of the Catholic archbishop of Hamburg, Werner Thissen: "The church's beams are rotten."
It's the latest lawsuit to make its way to a Louisiana court that is the principal venue for the morass of related litigation on the toxic building material that has been linked to noxious odors, corrosion in metal fixtures and possible health problems.
Now that the South East has become an overcrowded morass, the options available are limited if non-existent and the cost implications untenable.
Of course true, free and open trade with the rest of the world, can only be achieved, if we are not bound and tied by the shackles and morass of the European Union.
Readers of all backgrounds will appreciate this riveting glimpse into the inner workings of economic titans with glass ankles; Breaking the Bank is especially recommended for public library DVD collections--the modern economic morass is one piece of history that everyone needs to learn about, because no one can afford to repeat it!