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“BSI it's a creepy synchronicity, actually, in that Chester happens to be my human name, and I've performed (20+years ago) under the alias Turnip Druid.”
“Cabbage by the little hard beetle known as the Turnip-gall Weevil,”
“Ruta-baga_, or Swedish Turnip, which is only a variety of this species.”
“It will be seen, then, that the character of my constituency varied in a perplexing manner, and while I could usually depend upon what I may call the Turnip interest, I could not always count with absolute certainty on the whole-hearted support of the Fish or Hides-and-Tallow.”
“Then, when young "Turnip" arrives in Tahiti, it is to fall in love with a dusky maiden, who betrays him for another.”
“The future is a foreign country is another blog that reproduces Booker while Klein Verzet, who admits to a "current pre-occupation … with matters EU", not only links to several of our pieces a round-up of the round-up, so to speak, but offers an intriguing explanation of the reason why he calls the new treaty the "Turnip".”
“A left of field contribution comes from Klein Verzet who, for some reason, insists on calling the treaty the "Turnip".”
“I secretly wished this objectionable pipe would not insist on addressing me as "Turnip," but on the whole the present did not seem exactly the time to stand on my dignity, so I replied, --”
“In 1730, British politician Charles "Turnip" Townshend imported Dutch-grown turnips.”
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