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On the port bow there was a big one more distant and shadowily imposing by the great space of sky it eclipsed.
To the west of the knoll on which the windmill shadowily roosts, two villagers skirt a marsh, part of Holland's watery soil, to reach a footbridge in the afterglow of the departed sun.
Rather more shadowily, Caleb perhaps suggests some of the simplicity and virtue of the plain citizen of the Roman Republic, in primitive days before the sophisticated and tyrannous emperors destroyed the fibre of that people.