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Fields

1. Dame Gracie. real name Grace Stansfield. 1898--1979, English popular singer and entertainer
2. W. C. real name William Claude Dukenfield. 1880--1946, US film actor, noted for his portrayal of comic roles
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We are wont to forget that the sun looks on our cultivated fields and on the prairies and forests without distinction.
She chose to go to Stratford-on-Avon again, where she had gone before by mistake, for she remembered some grassy fields on her former way towards it--fields among which she thought she might find just the sort of pool she had in her mind.
At each step the power of the winds and the waves increased, until, after a struggle of a few hours, the turbulent little billows succeeded in setting the whole field in motion, when it was driven beyond the reach of the eye, with a rapidity that was as magical as the change produced in the scene by this expulsion of the lingering remnant of winter.
The two were walking in the fields on a summer afternoon and had stopped to sit upon a grassy bank.
They, with two others below, formed the revolving Maltese cross of the reaping-machine, which had been brought to the field on the previous evening to be ready for operations this day.
We reached the edge of the field, where our ways parted.
She was discovered in Moak's fields, at the very foot of the tower of Moak," insisted he who had claimed her for Moak.
They regarded it as evidence of great confidence re- posed in them by their overseers; and it was on this account, as well as a constant desire to be out of the field from under the driver's lash, that they es- teemed it a high privilege, one worth careful living for.
What the Queen said to them none of our travelers could understand, for it was in the mouse language; but the field mice obeyed without hesitation, running one after the other to the Scarecrow and hiding themselves in the straw of his breast.
Several of the field galloped to the spot where the fight was going on.
Pinocchio paid a gold piece for the three suppers and started on his way toward the field that was to make him a rich man.
The corn which had been sowed in the field over the field-mouse's home grew up high into the air, and made a thick forest for the poor little girl, who was only an inch high.