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(1) The hermit followed an ascetic life - style.
(2) The cave was inhabited by a hermit.
(3) The old hermit was very cagey about her past life.
(4) Andrews Monastery, he lived the life of a hermit.
(5) Leo was right; she had become a hermit.
(6) Had I become a hermit already?
(7) Anyone who has tried to remove a hermit crab from its shell will know how tenacious these creatures can be.
(8) But the cowbird and hermit crab can make no such claims.
(9) Small hermit crabs are readily available where there is ocean water and their value as scavengers makes them worth considering.
(10) Birds heard: hermit thrush, Nashville and chestnut-sided warblers, red-eyed vireo[Sentencedict.com ], raven.
(11) If you were a hermit or even a monk, you would have little trouble indeed in implementing it.
(12) Eventually we find him established as a hermit at Finchale, having abandoned the pursuit of earthly treasure.
(13) Others are known to join the mooching hermit and his furry adjunct.
(14) A hermit crab carrying a sea anemone around on its shell.
(15) Similarly, becoming a hermit and avoiding contact with other people would be considered deviant behaviour but it is not criminal.
(16) For a few days, she had become a hermit, closeted in the small room which Sam had rented.
(17) The hermit had suddenly stopped, one day, and had quickly looked at Mike over his shoulder.
(18) Emperor Constantine was said to visit the wise hermit for counsel.
(19) Accordingly he returned home to Yorkshire with the firm intention of becoming a hermit.
(20) What soothes me is lying on my belly at the edge of the water, watching hermit crabs.
(21) Miracles were performed at his tomb and until the Reformation there was a cult of St Richard the Hermit there.
(22) Suitably sized shells are often in short supply and in some areas this limits the hermit crab population.
(23) Sometimes you can find a Zebra flatworm sharing the snail shell with the hermit crab.
(24) Then the wanderer sought a resting place: he became a hermit and dedicated himself to St Cuthbert.
(25) He was said to have money but lived like a hermit.
(26) The mind can weave itself warmly in the cocoon of its own thoughts, and dwell a hermit anywhere. James Russell Lowell
(27) I saw a flock of five bluebirds, a phoebe, and a hermit thrush.
(28) New shells for old Q I would like to keep a Hermit Club.
(29) Three of the five were men: Richard Rolle, a hermit from North Yorkshire.
(30) By 8: 25 it is quite dusky, and the hermit thrushes are just coming into stride.
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