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Far from the Madding Crowd
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Far from the Madding Crowd
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  • On the right was a tract of land, partly meadow and partly moor, reaching, at its remote verge, to a wide undulating upland.
  • With these were intertwined undulating snakes of green, and behind these was a broad mass of lesser light.
  • The notes flew forth with the usual blind obtuseness of inanimate things—flapping and rebounding among walls, undulating against the scattered clouds, spreading through their interstices into unexplored miles of space.
  • CHAPTER XXXIX COMING HOME—A CRY On the turnpike road, between Casterbridge and Weatherbury, and about three miles from the former place, is Yalbury Hill, one of those steep long ascents which pervade the highways of this undulating part of South Wessex.

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  • A sidewinding snake uses less energy to cover the same distance as a laterally undulating snake uses.
  • The dancers’ arms undulated in unison to add to the ethereal effect.

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