1 Sheds coat in the spring; in marshy countries, sheds hoofs, too.
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2 A damp mist rose from the river, and the marshy ground about; and spread itself over the dreary fields.
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3 They wandered onward till they reached the nether margin of the heath, where it became marshy and merged in moorland.
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4 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.
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5 We crossed the marshy bottom and passed over a quarter of a mile of dry, hard turf.
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6 Coarse grass and rank weeds straggled over all the marshy land in the vicinity.
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