The town of Camarine from far we see, And fenny lake, undrain'd by fate's decree.
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For purchasing and improving the fenny lands in Lincolnshire.
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One of these solitary rides brought him without premeditation to a low building on the fenny edge of the wood.
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Mrs. Chancellor thought all of it really too funny-"rarely too fenny," as she pronounced it.
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The rain and thaw, following upon frosty weather, had converted the fenny country in many directions into a shallow lake.
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Perhaps so; for in the fenny countries their flocks are so numerous as to break down whole acres of reeds by settling on them.
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Tom Drake, Bill Fenny, Joe McGuire, Ted Rosenblatt, and a bunch of others are interested.
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Another quarter of an hour brought us to Fenny Stratford.
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Finsbury was so called from the fenny district in which it lay.
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But, of all other, the fenny and marsh is the worst, and the clearest spring water next unto it.
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Where the embracing ivy holds
Close the hoar elm in its folds,
In the meadow's fenny land,
And the winding river sweeps
Through its shallows and still deeps,--
Silent with my rod I stand.
"The Angler's Song" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
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