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It took him through a straggling village in which very few lights were visible.
It is a long straggling village which at one time had two or three fording points over the river, hence its name.
Surrounded by a straggling village, the monuments bear much beautiful, intricate carving.
The straggling village was located on the bank of a muddy river which wound eastward into the bush.
The native quarters to the north consisted of a number of straggling villages.
Woodleigh Bolton was a straggling village set along the side of a hill.
It is a long straggling village.
There were straggling villages that trailed along the bank with a boat to each house and nets hanging to dry or to be mended.
Neither could the curtain of verdure, which covered three-quarters of the island, be raised to see if it did not shelter some straggling village.
The original Betws Garmon station was some distance from the straggling village of that name.
Leaving Havana, we drive along empty roads, past mango and orange groves, through straggling villages of one-storey shacks.
The cliff, land and seascapes, the salmon nets, the flowers and grasses, the straggling village all provided a richness, a maelstrom almost, of subject matter.
The village of Whitsbury consists of a straggling village street with timbered and thatched houses.
Mahalapye was a straggling village of huts made of brown, sun-baked mud bricks and a few tin-roofed buildings.
In the early 1880s, Qalqilya was described as "A large somewhat straggling village, with cisterns to the north and a pool on the south-west.
In 1882 the Survey of Western Palestine described Tulkarm as a "long straggling village, on high ground", surrounded by arable land and rock.
They passed through a small, straggling village with a single fly-blown-looking cafe with a petrol pump outside it, and two or three shops, and began to climb.
At 6km (3 miles) the straggling village of Goldiwil is reached at an altitude of 1,000m (3,280ft).
It was not that favorable region, situated between the Cordilleras and the coast, where straggling villages abound, and where missions are hospitably opened to all travelers.
Höfn is a straggling village - aren't they all? - - with a row of brightly-coloured ships in the harbour and a fine memorial out on a headland.
Later it acquired a dialectical meaning of "straggling village", which were often laid out on the verges of Roman roads and these settlements often became named Stretton.
The "long, straggling village" of Eastergate is administratively located in the district of Arun, one of seven local government districts in West Sussex.
The roof of the Old Manor Farm house opposite, through the weakening of a beam, rained tiles upon the road, while all along the straggling village street chimney tops crashed down.
The WHITE HORSE was a nice old pub, at the Bruddersford end of the straggling village of Bulsden.
Metalloy sheets were rapidly built into the structures of a city, and that city, called Jovopolis by Robert Caswell, grew quickly from a straggling village, to a considerable community.
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