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- It's on a hill, normally—or on a range of hills—a city not so vast as New York or London or Rome, but you wouldn't know that to look at it: it stretches as far as you can see, hill after hill, or the breadth of a whole valley.21 — The Dialogue of Towers (51% in)
- His mind held, not as warring principles but as a solemn resolution, the length and breadth of the valley stretching out as if endlessly from the burning wreck, and the close-knit pattern in the wallpaper of Will Jr's livingroom.23 — E silentio (10% in)
There are no more uses of "breadth" in The Sunlight Dialogues.
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