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Jane Eyre
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  • The breeze was from the west: it came over the hills, sweet with scents of heath and rush; the sky was of stainless blue; the stream descending the ravine, swelled with past spring rains, poured along plentiful and clear, catching golden gleams from the sun, and sapphire tints from the firmament.

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  • The car plunged into a 15-foot ravine.
  • afraid that if we climbed into the ravine, we might never get out

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