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“Girdling the city's old core is a ring road – an unplanned set of linked chunks of carriageway widened over three decades.”
“Girdling in the sense of cutting a tree's bark dates from at least 1662, the Oxford English Dictionary says.”
“These substances accumulate at the base of the cutting where they stimulate increased rooting. 4 Girdling can be done by lightly scoring the bark or tying string or wire around the shoot base.”
“Girdling is the technique of constricting or cutting the stem bark, which blocks the downward flow of carbohydrates, hormones, and other substances through the phloem.”
“Girdling the globe and stretching from pole to pole, the Martian canal system not only embraces their whole world, but is an organized entity.”
“Girdling with a rainbow cincture round the planet where we go,”
“Girdling her waist was a zone of rubies that burned positive in the tempered light.”
“Girdling Cicely with his left arm he parried her father's lunge and smote his blade aside.”
“Girdling the villa stands a grove of ilex-trees, cut so as to embrace its high-built walls with dark continuous green.”
“Girdling roots are those appearing at the soil surface, the ones you hit with your mower.”
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