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" King's garden, where they would shake the rose-trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers fall. They explored all the passages and dark tunnels in the palace, and the hundreds of little dark rooms, but they never remembered what they... "
The Jungle Book - Page 73
by Rudyard Kipling - 1920 - 303 pages
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McClure's Magazine, Volume 3

1894
...then break off to play up and down the terraces of the king's garden. T hey would shake the rose trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers...drifted about in ones and twos or crowds, telling each other that they were doing as men did. They drank at the tanks and made the water all muddy, and...
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McClure's Magazine ..., Volume 3

American literature - 1894
...then break off to play up and down the terraces of the king's garden. They would shake the rose trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers...explored all the passages and dark tunnels in the palaceandthe hundreds of little dark rooms, but they never remembered what they had seen and what they...
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Idols of Education: Selected and Annotated

Charles Mills Gayley - Education - 1910 - 179 pages
...break off to play up and down the terraces of the King's garden, where they would shake the rose trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers...telling one another that they were doing as men did — or shouting 'there are none in the jungle so wise and good and clever and strong and gentle as...
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Idols of Education: Selected and Annotated

Charles Mills Gayley - Education - 1910 - 179 pages
...break off to play up and down the terraces of the King's garden, where they would shake the rose trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers fall. They explored all the passages and darklEuhnels^jn the palace, and_ thgjmndreds of little dark rooms, butjthey never remembered wTiafjOiey...
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College and the Future: Essays for the Undergraduate on Problems of ...

Richard Ashley Rice - Education, Higher - 1915 - 374 pages
...they would run in and out of the roofless houses and collect pieces of plaster and old bricks in the corner and forget where they had hidden them, and...telling one another that they were doing as men did — or shouting "there are none in the jungle so wise and good and clever and strong and gentle as...
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College and the Future: Essays for the Undergraduate on Problems of ...

Richard Ashley Rice - Education, Higher - 1915 - 374 pages
...they would run in and out of the roofless houses and collect pieces of plaster and old bricks in the corner and forget where they had hidden them, and...crowds, telling one another that they were doing as men did—or shouting "there are none in the jungle so wise and good and clever and strong and gentle as...
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Essays for College English

James Cloyd Bowman - American essays - 1918 - 474 pages
...they would run in and out of the roofless houses and collect pieces of plaster and old bricks in the corner and forget where they had hidden them, and...telling one another that they were doing as men did — or shouting "there are none in the jungle so wise and good and clever and strong and gentle as...
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Works. [Seven Seas Ed.], Volume 11

Rudyard Kipling - 1914
...break off to play up and down the terraces of the king's garden, where they would shake the rose trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers...so drifted about in ones and twos or crowds telling each other that they were doing as men did. They drank at the tanks and made the water all muddy, and...
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Adventures in Essay Reading: Essays for First-year Students Selected by the ...

University of Michigan. Dept. of Rhetoric and Journalism - American essays - 1923 - 428 pages
...they would run in and out of the roofless houses and collect pieces of plaster and old bricks in the corner and forget where they had hidden them, and...telling one another that they were doing as men did, or shouting "there are none in the jungle so wise and good and clever and strong and gentle as the...
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The Jungle Books

Rudyard Kipling - Fiction - 1989 - 383 pages
...break off to play up and down the terraces of the king's garden, where they would shake the rose trees and the oranges in sport to see the fruit and flowers...so drifted about in ones and twos or crowds telling each other that they were doing as men did. They drank at the tanks and made the water all muddy, and...
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