Mark found on examples of the Bornholm clay period, see Apothecary Jar (illustrated, p. 161).
Nevertheless, Thora of Bornholm preferred him to all others in the palace.
Thora of Bornholm passed about the couch and took up a waiting-maid's station some way behind.
A second vase was found at Roenne; a third in the island of Bornholm.
Afterward, whenever there were short commons, he would talk of selling the whole affair and going to Bornholm for good.
It is only on the island of Bornholm that older formations come to light.
It is rich, however, in clays, while in the island of Bornholm there are quarries of freestone and marble.
Indeed,” replied Mrs. Bornholm effusively; “allow me to congratulate you.
Between Bornholm and the mainland there is also a dangerous bank of rock under water.
There was Bornholm blood in Morten's veins; he was not one to meddle in another's affairs.