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1  "That's th moor," with a good-natured grin.
The Secret Garden By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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2  I told thee tha'd like th moor after a bit.
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3  '"I've lived on th' moor with 'em so long.'
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4  "It makes me feel strong when I play and the wind comes over the moor," argued Mary.
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5  There is no doubt that the fresh, strong, pure air from the moor had a great deal to do with it.
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6  The far-reaching world of the moor itself looked softly blue instead of gloomy purple-black or awful dreary gray.
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7  It is a Yorkshire habit to say what you think with blunt frankness, and old Ben Weatherstaff was a Yorkshire moor man.
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8  The fact was that the fresh wind from the moor had begun to blow the cobwebs out of her young brain and to waken her up a little.
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9  The next day the rain poured down in torrents again, and when Mary looked out of her window the moor was almost hidden by gray mist and cloud.
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10  The house is six hundred years old and it's on the edge of the moor, and there's near a hundred rooms in it, though most of them's shut up and locked.
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11  Mary felt as if the drive would never come to an end and that the wide, bleak moor was a wide expanse of black ocean through which she was passing on a strip of dry land.
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12  She was going to walk five miles across the moor to the cottage, and she was going to help her mother with the washing and do the week's baking and enjoy herself thoroughly.
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13  The sun was shining inside the four walls and the high arch of blue sky over this particular piece of Misselthwaite seemed even more brilliant and soft than it was over the moor.
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14  A broad window with leaded panes looked out upon the moor; and over the mantel was another portrait of the stiff, plain little girl who seemed to stare at her more curiously than ever.
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15  It sounded as if he liked her and was not the least afraid she would not like him, though he was only a common moor boy, in patched clothes and with a funny face and a rough, rusty-red head.
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16  The high, deep, blue sky arched over Misselthwaite as well as over the moor, and she kept lifting her face and looking up into it, trying to imagine what it would be like to lie down on one of the little snow-white clouds and float about.
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17  She did not know that this was the best thing she could have done, and she did not know that, when she began to walk quickly or even run along the paths and down the avenue, she was stirring her slow blood and making herself stronger by fighting with the wind which swept down from the moor.
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