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glacier
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Jane Eyre
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  • No; it was St. John Rivers, who, lifting the latch, came in out of the frozen hurricane — the howling darkness — and stood before me: the cloak that covered his tall figure all white as a glacier.

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  • Scientist believe Europe will continue to face greater glacier retreat due to global warming.
  • The region depends upon ice melt from glaciers for its water supply.

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