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The Mill on the Floss
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  • One’s delight in an elderberry bush overhanging the confused leafage of a hedgerow bank, as a more gladdening sight than the finest cistus or fuchsia spreading itself on the softest undulating turf, is an entirely unjustifiable preference to a nursery-gardener, or to any of those regulated minds who are free from the weakness of any attachment that does not rest on a demonstrable superiority of qualities.

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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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