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loam
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Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia
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  • When the rich loam had taken the edge off their hunger, the trees turned to an earth of the kind you see in Somerset, which is almost pink.
  • They began with a rich brown loam that looked almost exactly like chocolate; so like chocolate, in fact, that Edmund tried a piece of it, but he did not find it at all nice.

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  • the rich loam of tropical India
  • under four feet of loam

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