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The branch of the Big River known as Devar-Tete Whye, Eddie remembered.
These made their slow way down the Devar-Tete Whye, stopping to trade at the Callas of the Middle Crescent until their goods were gone.
The Calla, lying spread out below them beneath the cloudy sky, the Devar-Tete Whye a gray ribbon.
There was a screen with a stretch of the railroad tracks on it, and one showing the Little Whye from this side, moon-struck and beautiful.
Spray flew in the morning light as the Wolves plunged into the Whye and began galloping across on their gray horses.
We call the east branch Devar-Tete Whyethe Little Whye, you might say.
There was a screen with a stretch of the railroad tracks on it, and one showing the Little Whye from this side, moonstruck and beautiful.
Dogan on the far side of the River Whye, for he and Slightman the Elder had met there many times before the Wolf raid that had been greeted by Roland and his makeshift posse.
The land beyond Thunderclap Station reminded her of the flat, deserty wastes on the far side of the River Whye, but rockier and even more forbidding.
I intended to point you the way to the River Whye and the green Callas which lie beyond it, and set you on with a curse my father taught me: may you live long, but not in good health.
Wolves did, find their way to the River Whye, and then across it to Calla Bryn Sturgis.
Jake had found on the far side of the River Whye was some sort of ancient communications-and-surveillance post.
Beyond its walls were not the deserty wastelands on the east side of the Whye but Second Avenue with its rushing traffic.
The building Jake had found on the far side of the River Whye was some sort of ancient communications-and-surveillance post.
Marchioness of Wicklow, has a very fine landscape you did of the Whye Valley, Mr.