His clothes had been made of some stuff that was brown holland probably, but it was covered with patches all over, with bright patches, blue, red, and yellow,—patches on the back, patches on front, patches on elbows, on knees; colored binding round his jacket, scarlet edging at the bottom of his trousers; and the sunshine made him look extremely gay and wonderfully neat withal, because you could see how beautifully all this patching had been done.
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For a long time, windmills were used in Holland to drain water that would otherwise have flooded regions beneath sea level.
...there’s probably not a more comfortable hiding place in all of Amsterdam. No, in all of Holland.