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but already we have won two awards for excellence in this field

Rations for fieldwork present an additional problem

but it's perhaps climate change research that is the most crucial field of study

Within this general field surveying changes in the volume and stability of the ice cap is vital

You cross the field which spreads along the banks of the river

A half hour railway journey turn left outside the station two kilometres along the road a gate a path across a field

Winston opened the gate and walked along the path across the field

Catherine and he still spent time together, when he was not working in the fields, but he no longer expressed his fondness for her in words, and he looked angry if she touched or kissed him

He walked out of the door and, I thought, into the fields

Good afternoon, everyone! This is the first seminar in preparation for our archaeological fieldwork in Namibia;

First in this seminar, I'm going to give a brief introduction to contemporary research on rock art, and in the second part I'm going to give you some do's and don'ts for our fieldwork trip in April

And we'll talk more about it next week! Now before I invite you to join in a discussion in this second part of the seminar, I'd like to make some very important points about our fieldwork and in fact any field trip to look at rock art

So, how are we going to enjoy the rock art on our field trip? By looking at it, drawing it and photographing it NEVER by touching it or even tracing it

a stadium for track and field and a swimming pool for races and synchronized swimming and also diving

Thornfield Hall was a large gentleman's house in the country, near a town called Millcote.

But I was surprised to discover on my first full day at Thornfield that Mrs. Fairfax was not in fact the owner, as I had assumed, but the housekeeper,

Stopping on the lonely road, I watched the sun go down in the trees behind Thornfield, and then in the silence I heard a horse approaching.

If you need help, sir, I can fetch someone either from Thornfield Hall or from Hay, I offered.

You live in in that house? he asked, surprised, pointing to Thornfield Hall, which was lit up in the moonlight.

You aren't a servant at Thornfield Hall, of course.

Even when I arrived back at Thornfield, I did not go in for a while.

Thornfield Hall became quite busy the next day, now that the master had returned.

When his brother died, he inherited Thornfield, but I'm not surprised he doesn't come here often.

One afternoon, while walking in the gardens of Thornfield, he told me the story of his love affair in Paris with a French dancer, Celine.

I am calm enough now, calm enough to like living here at Thornfield.

That's wise of you, miss. We might have burglars at Thornfield one day, you never know.

I saw her when she came to a Christmas party at Thornfield, six or seven years ago.

When his letter finally came, Mrs. Fairfax announced with great excitement that he was planning a house party at Thornfield.

So I realized there was a secret at Thornfield, which nobody wanted to tell me.

Those were cheerful, busy days at Thornfield.

The gipsy seemed to know a lot about Thornfield.

After about an hour, when Thornfield Hall was completely silent again, there was a cautious knock on my door.

And why was Mr. Rochester so frightened when Mr. Mason came to Thornfield?

So I went to ask Mr. Rochester's permission to leave Thornfield for a while.

And so I set out on the long journey back to Thornfield.

After a long day sitting in the coach, I decided to get out at Millcote, leave my luggage at the hotel, and walk across the fields to Thornfield.

I had to remind myself sternly that Thornfield was not my permanent home,

I ran across the field and into the house before he had time to answer.

There were no preparations at Thornfield, and no visits to the Ingram family, who lived only a few miles away.

It was the middle of summer, and every day the sun shone on the green fields, the white, baked roads, and the cool, dark woods.

Jane, he began, you like Thornfield, don't you?

Do I have to move on, sir? Leave Thornfield?

Away from what, Jane? From England and from Thornfield and—'Well?

I wish I'd never come to Thornfield!

Together we rode back to Thornfield.

I dreamed that Thornfield was totally destroyed, just a heap of stones.

She's at Thornfield Hall, replied Mason in a weak voice.

Thornfield Hall! cried the priest.

At the door of Thornfield Hall, Mrs. Fairfax, Adele and the servants rushed forward, smiling, to congratulate us.

but in the end I decided to bring the mad woman back to Thornfield Hall, where nobody knew that we were married.

But finally, bitter and disappointed with my wasted life, I returned to Thornfield on a frosty winter afternoon.

Ever since I ran away from Thornfield, Mr. Rochester had remained in my thoughts,

and now, as I stood at my cottage door that first evening, looking at the quiet fields,

I took the coach, and after thirty six hours of travelling I got down at Thornfield village,

and almost ran across the fields in my hurry to see the well known house again, and its owner.

He and his wife Mary were the only servants their master had wanted to keep when he moved from Thornfield.

I described the beauty of the fields and sky to him, as we sat close together in the shade of a tree.

He kissed me. I'm no better than the great tree hit by lightning at Thornfield, he said.

And she ran quickly across the field after the Rabbit.

Suddenly Scrooge realized they were standing on an open country road, with fields on each side.

Scrooge recognized every field, post, and tree, as they walked along the road towards a little market town.

with the uncomfortable impression of being an intruder in a field beyond his competence, the mysterious terrain of neurosurgery, about which he only had the vaguest notion.

However, dangerous weather forced him to land quickly in a field.

So he climbed out of the window, and went to sleep in a field near the village.

He had to wear clothes, learn how to use money, and how to work in the fields.

The moon climbed high in the sky, and the frightened villagers watched while Mowgli began to run across the fields, with the two grey wolves running at his side.

So there were times when he read them parts of his books that had made an impression on him, or when he would tell them of the loneliness or the happiness of a shepherd in the fields.

The one you're submitting for the Geography Society field trip competition

No? Well, I thought that from the perspective of a field trip, one thing I needed to focus on was the sandstone plateaux and cliffs themselves

You'll be doing a lot of that on your first field trip!

In the field we track down the Bee Eaters and find their favorite feeding spots, you know, the places where the birds usually feed It's here that we can find the pellets.

so I approached postgraduates in my field in overseas departments

He knew that a few hours from now, with the sun at its zenith, the heat would be so great that he would not be able to lead his flock across the fields.

I found these one day in the fields. I wanted them to be a part of your inheritance. But use them to buy your flock.

Take to the fields, and someday you'll learn that our countryside is the best, and our women the most beautiful.

If he were to tire of the Andalusian fields, he could sell his sheep and go to sea.

They don't see that the fields are new and the seasons change. All they think about is food and water.

I dreamed that I was in a field with my sheep, when a child appeared and began to play with the animals.

He decided to wait until the sun had sunk a bit lower in the sky before following his flock back through the fields.

He knew all the fields and pastures of Andalusia.

The sheep, the merchant's daughter, and the fields of Andalusia were only steps along the way to his personal legend.

during the time the boy had spent in the fields of Andalusia, he had become used to learning which path he should take by observing the ground and the sky.

That morning he had known everything that was going to happen to him as he walked through the familiar fields.

Well, when I took my sheep through the fields some of them might have died if we had come upon a snake. But that's the way life is with sheep and with shepherds.

But I'm going back to the fields that I know, to take care of my flock again.

It reminded him of the wool from his sheep… his sheep who were now seeking food and water in the fields of Andalusia, as they always had.

They had a difficult time convincing their wives that they had to go off into distant fields.

And it reminded the boy of the day when he had been ill and vomiting out in the fields, after which he had fallen into a deep sleep.

The men were smoking their hookahs and trading stories from the battlefield.

Because for him, you are a green field, from which he always returns with game.

I dreamed that I should travel to the fields of Spain and look for a ruined church where shepherds and their sheep slept.

Welcome. My name is Ms. Fields. F I E L D S.

Well, you've had some practical experience in the field, I think it would be.

Sometimes in the English class I felt frustrated when I had to read articles about the environment or health or education, because I wanted to concentrate on my own field.

but psychologically speaking, I would have felt much better working on reading from my own field.

Well, with some of you about to go out on field work it's timely that in this afternoon's session I'll be sharing some ideas about the reasons why groups of whales and dolphins sometimes swim ashore from the sea right onto the beach and, most often, die in what are known as mass strandings.

From there it's just a short walk across the bridge to Longfield Country Park.

Longfield has a modern replica of a farm from over two thousand years ago.

Longfield Park has a programme of activities throughout the year, and to give you a sample, this is what's happening in the next few days.

A child is born on a battlefield, A soldier boy falls to his knees,

Actually, we lived in a place called Snitterfield, just outside Stratford, which is where Shakespeare's father was born.

The Nobel committee praised Hart and Holmstrom for providing the tools to think about and design better contracts in many different fields.

Be my mirror, my sword and shield My missionaries in a foreign field

I hear Jerusalem bells a ringing Roman Cavalry choirs are singing Be my mirror, my sword and shield My missionaries in a foreign field

The conclusion was plain, and again narrowed in the field of my investigations.

on which he can sit and look out across his waving corn fields.

it was summer; the cornfields were yellow, the oats were green,

All around the fields and meadows were great forests, and in the midst of these forests lay deep lakes.

That stretches far across the other side of the garden, quite into the parson's field;

It ran on over field and meadow;

And she danced, and must dance, over fields and meadows, in rain and sunshine, by night and day; but at night it was the most fearful.

Mercy! cried Karen. But she did not hear the angel's reply, for the shoes carried her through the gate into the fields, across roads and bridges, and she must keep ever dancing.

but the shoes danced away with the little feet across the field into the deep wood.

All around, as far as the eye could reach, nothing could be seen but fields of ice, in which the ship remained stuck fast.

But when people came by soon afterwards, and nodded good day to him, he became very glad, and thought it looked very well, after all, that he had five horses to plough his field;

no, the thing can be managed in a shorter way by coming here to the land, and driving across the fields towards the river again.

It sang of the happy days when it could merrily fly about, of fresh green corn in the fields, and of the time when it could soar almost up to the clouds.

The winter was very hard; the ponds were covered with ice, and there was very little food for either the beasts of the field or the birds of the air.

The earth had been kept from falling to pieces by the roots of a withered field flower, which had been thrown amongst the rubbish.

One spring day the neighbor's boy brought him some field flowers,

but He kissed the withered field flower, and it received a voice.

They all joined in the chorus of praise, both great and small, the good, happy child, and the poor field flower, that once lay withered and cast away on a heap of rubbish in a narrow, dark street.

Very often, after a violent thunder storm, a field of buckwheat appears blackened and singed, as if a flame of fire had passed over it.

but I will tell you what the sparrow says, and the sparrow heard it from an old willow tree which grew near a field of buckwheat, and is there still.

Corn grows in the surrounding fields, not only rye and barley, but oats, pretty oats that, when ripe, look like a number of little golden canary birds sitting on a bough.

Once there was also a field of buckwheat, and this field was exactly opposite to old willow tree.

All the field flowers folded their leaves together, or bowed their little heads, while the storm passed over them,

refreshed by the rain, but the buckwheat lay like a weed in the field, burnt to blackness by the lightning.

He had carried his master through fire and smoke in the battle field,

Soon after this, he overtook another man, who had come into the road from a field, and was carrying a large goose under his arm.

The cattle walked on the path and by the palings, and at the turnpike gate they even walked into the toll keeper's potato field,