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loam
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Moby Dick
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  • You would almost have thought he was digging a cellar there in the sea; and when at length his spade struck against the gaunt ribs, it was like turning up old Roman tiles and pottery buried in fat English loam.

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  • the rich loam of tropical India
  • under four feet of loam

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