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“Furze," she once said to him, when it was proposed to elect him a guardian of the poor, "take my advice and refuse.”
“Furze," she said, "you're a fool: where's the sovereign?”
“Radikin guessed it right: Today's painting called “Blossomed Furze” was by Beatrix Potter.”
“Furze - Trident Autocrat - Idiosyncratic Norwegian Black Metal, with psych and experimental flavorings.”
“Furze-crammed, and bracken-rooft, the which himself”
“But in general the Mountains are covered with Furze, and are not well cultivated.”
“But in general the Mountains were covered with Furze, and not much cultivated.”
“In whatever direction we look across the common there is a perfect blaze of gold -- the blossoms of the prickly Gorse or Furze.”
“This is a leguminous plant, called also "Ground Furze," which is a favourite food of the donkey, and therefore gets its botanical title from the Greek word _onos_, an ass.”
“Allied to the Broom, and likewise belonging to the Papilionaceous order of leguminous plants, though not affording any known medicinal principle, the Yellow Gorse (_Ulex_) or Furze grows commonly throughout England on dry exposed plains.”
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