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Marshy numa frase em (in ingles)

This was a marshy area of.
Then a series of marshy oxbows.
Tom’s boots sank into the marshy.
She knew that most of the islands off that marshy coast were uninhabited.
The horse flicked its tail at the flies that swarmed along the marshy banks.
The mountain and terrain: steep inclines, loose rocks and boggy, marshy ground.
St James’s is the oldest royal park in the capital and was once a marshy water meadow.

The valley is very marshy and floods regularly, so the houses are all built on the hill.
The ground was marshy, but at least there sat chewing pellets and resting his injured leg.
To my left was Cotton Slough, a wide-open, marshy wetland with the creek snaking through it.
You should feel privileged! She winked at him before continuing through the marshy field.
Meadowsweet’s potent odor rose from the green, marshy lea, crushed by the weight of the ponies.
The ground under our feet is marshy, and we stand on a makeshift wooden walkway laid over the mud.
As we stepped down upon the marshy land we noticed that a fine, drizzling autumn rain was falling.
He was standing alone among the high reeds of a marshy fen, and a buffalo was lunging at him, head down.
They stopped at islands or lonely stretches where the riverbank was not marshy to establish camp each night.
It has a hump on its back, and long legs with wide hooves, enabling it to move with ease over the marshy ground.
The warriors did not pause to eat and marched at a fast pace across the marshy fields to the edge of the Forest of Coermantyr.
The road occasionally left the river because of very marshy areas or to avoid some of the river’s more capricious meanderings.
I have found it common near Bath, on the downs, and in New-Jersey, near Bergen, and Powles Hook, on the margin of marshy meadows.
It was swampy and marshy around it, and unlike the first one they had camped at, deep, green and muddy rather than clear and sandy.
We camped out in the woods, a hundred yards from the main road, in a marshy clearing that local kids had obviously been using for parties.
The place was quite marshy and because of rainfall a lot of mud used to get collected and it was very difficult and dangerous to walk there.
About midday, after four or five landings, they came to the sea, a desolate marshy coast, and shortly after that they put down at Normanton.
John, bringing home winged game, another hares or rabbits, and another hunting on marshy ground and almost nightly catching woodcocks or snipes.
John, always brought home game birds, another hares or rabbits, and another hunted on marshy ground and almost nightly caught woodcocks or snipes.
The commerce of the East caused her to rise out of the circumscribed and marshy Islands at the bottom of the Adriatic, the proud Mistress of the Waves.
It was damp, marshy ground, as is all that district, and there were marks of many feet, both upon the path and amid the short grass which bounded it on either side.
In the jungle which we traversed were numerous hard-trodden paths made by the wild beasts, and in the more marshy places we saw a profusion of strange footmarks, including many of the iguanodon.
Either we are walking over piles of slippery stones, or sinking into muddy swamps, water coming over the tops of our boots, or we have to pick our way through treacherous patches of marshy grass.
Even if the enemy had delayed until dawn the work would not have been sufficiently far advanced, and the opposite bank, which was low and marshy, was only too well adapted for opposing the passage.
That picturesque little corner of Singapore formed in previous times a marshy zone with cattle fields of vegetable plantations as well as fields of plantains and the medicinal plant known as Uncaria gambir.
It floods the banks, extends in great lagoons over a monstrous waste of country, and forms a huge district, called locally the Gapo, which is for the most part too marshy for foot-travel and too shallow for boating.
Right before we entered the marshy woods that surrounded the outskirts of Orleans, I stopped the convoy, told them to close their helmets, which blocked off their hearing and sight, waiting until I had confirmation that all had obeyed me.
The ancient agriculturists in the south of Akkad of old would have witnessed an insistent supplemental surge added to the regular tidal ebb and flow, which would have easily covered large tracts of the marshy delta lands at the mouths of their twin rivers.
Besides, it was very convenient on an excursion; much better than those garden-chairs which are convertible into walking-sticks; upon occasion, a chief calling his attendant, and desiring him to make a settee of himself under a spreading tree, perhaps in some damp marshy place.
A valley encircles the ruptured spot on the east, south, and west, only five feet lower, yet so marshy and soft, as to render draining necessary to make it passable; and immediately back of this valley, on the south, rises a hill 100 feet high, at whose foot are several springs.
Above the Kolocha, in Borodino and on both sides of it, especially to the left where the Voyna flowing between its marshy banks falls into the Kolocha, a mist had spread which seemed to melt, to dissolve, and to become translucent when the brilliant sun appeared and magically colored and outlined everything.
Above the Kolochá, in Borodinó and on both sides of it, especially to the left where the Vóyna flowing between its marshy banks falls into the Kolochá, a mist had spread which seemed to melt, to dissolve, and to become translucent when the brilliant sun appeared and magically colored and outlined everything.
As it advanced, the mender of roads would discern without surprise, that it was a shaggy-haired man, of almost barbarian aspect, tall, in wooden shoes that were clumsy even to the eyes of a mender of roads, grim, rough, swart, steeped in the mud and dust of many highways, dank with the marshy moisture of many low grounds, sprinkled with the thorns and leaves and moss of many byways through woods.

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