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Green·field

(grēn'fēld),
L., contemporary U.S. surgeon who designed the Greenfield filter. See: Greenfield filter.
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This flat, flourishing, easy country never could have looked more rich and prosperous than in that opening summer of 1815, when its green fields and quiet cities were enlivened by multiplied red- coats: when its wide chaussees swarmed with brilliant English equipages: when its great canal-boats, gliding by rich pastures and pleasant quaint old villages, by old chateaux lying amongst old trees, were all crowded with well-to-do English travellers: when the soldier who drank at the village inn, not only drank, but paid his score; and Donald, the Highlander, billeted in the Flemish farm- house, rocked the baby's cradle, while Jean and Jeannette were out getting in the hay.
In front of them, over beyond the hedge, the dusty road stretched away across the plain; behind them the meadow lands and bright green fields of tender young corn lay broadly in the sun, and overhead spread the shade of the cool, rustling leaves of the beechen tree.
at the trees, at the green fields visible behind those trees, and at the leafless branches which surrounded the body of the small blue tit.
Olivain obeyed and continued on his way, whilst Raoul remained sitting, with his elbow leaning on the table, from time to time gently shaking the flowers from his head, which fell upon him like snow, and gazing vaguely on the charming landscape spread out before him, dotted over with green fields and groups of trees.
Steep barren hills rise like islands from the plain, which is divided, by straight mud-walls, into large green fields.
So, in the rosy evening, one might watch the ever-widening beauty of the landscape--beyond the newly-released workers wending home-- beyond the silver river--beyond the deep green fields of corn, so prospering, that the loiterers in their narrow threads of pathway seemed to float immersed breast-high--beyond the hedgerows and the clumps of trees--beyond the windmills on the ridge--away to where the sky appeared to meet the earth, as if there were no immensity of space between mankind and Heaven.
At last, however, the green fields came to an end, and Maggie found herself looking through the bars of a gate into a lane with a wide margin of grass on each side of it.
Mary, an absurd little station, with no apparent reason for existence, perched up in the midst of green fields and country lanes.
Vanstone's eyes had suddenly changed to a dreary winter view -- if the trees had lost all their leaves, and the green fields had turned white with snow in an instant -- his face could hardly have expressed greater amazement than it displayed when his daughter's faltering voice spoke those four last words.
It was worth a trip to Holland, too, just to get a sight of three or four hundred fine Holstein cows grazing in one of those intensely green fields.
No one answered this speech, because they had just passed out of the forest and their attention was fixed upon the scene before them--a beautiful vale in which were many fruit trees and green fields, with pretty farm-houses scattered here and there and broad, smooth roads that led in every direction.
His carriage set him down, where the green fields still remain, on the northwest of London, near the foot-path which leads to Hampstead.