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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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morass
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The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • God help those who wander into the great mire now, for even the firm uplands are becoming a morass.
  • Somewhere in the heart of the great Grimpen Mire, down in the foul slime of the huge morass which had sucked him in, this cold and cruel-hearted man is forever buried.
  • There was no chance of finding footsteps in the mire, for the rising mud oozed swiftly in upon them, but as we at last reached firmer ground beyond the morass we all looked eagerly for them.

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  • slipping deeper into an economic and political morass
  • opened the country to foreign investment and cleaned up the regulatory morass

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