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So he left her and climbed the hill, and on its side he found many berries and a root that is good for food, and filled himself with them.
She couldn't run fast, for the day before she had got her leg clawed by a bear when she was up on the mountain gathering berries.
Likewise, when the women went into the mountains after roots and berries, five of the ten men went with them to guard them.
Here they found a spring of pure bubbling water, around which the grass was full of wild strawberry plants, their pretty red berries ripe and ready to eat.
A THRUSH was feeding on a myrtle-tree and did not move from it because its berries were so delicious.
The puppies were yelping, the small boys romping, and the big boys all talking at once; the curtains were up, the room close, berries scattered freely about, Mac's shade half off, his cheeks flushed, his temper ruffled, and his voice loudest of all as he disputed hotly with Steve about lending certain treasured books which he could no longer use.
After performance of this pious rite Haita unbarred the gate of the fold and with a cheerful mind drove his flock afield, eating his morning meal of curds and oat cake as he went, occasionally pausing to add a few berries, cold with dew, or to drink of the waters that came away from the hills to join the stream in the middle of the valley and be borne along with it, he knew not whither.
Often he stooped and picked pale muskeg berries, put them into his mouth, and chewed and swallowed them.
And all at once a vine spread out both ways along the top of the sail with many clusters hanging down from it, and a dark ivy-plant twined about the mast, blossoming with flowers, and with rich berries growing on it; and all the thole-pins were covered with garlands.
They had been living for some days on mussel-shells and berries, and their tattered clothes had been burnt by sleeping so near their fires.
Set her down by the large bush with red berries, standing in the snow; don't stay talking, but hasten back as fast as possible.
This roused me from my nearly dormant state, and I ate some berries which I found hanging on the trees or lying on the ground.
We'll work those plans out to-morrow Also, there is the matter of berries on the bench here--and trellised table grapes, the choicest.
To continue the allegory, Prince," she answered, passing on to the next table, "also with poisonous berries.
Why dost thou lie so idle there, dear Nell,' he murmured, 'when there are bright red berries out of doors waiting for thee to pluck them