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“The outer hull plates were transparent now, the ship having rolled towards a star similar enough to Sol, so close as to provide light, yet distant enough not to scorch the delicate plant-life.”
“Aspects of medieval life and work, nature, plant-life and animal-life, secular and sacred history are interwoven with Scriptural stories, moral virtues and vices, the lives of the saints, and the hope of the world to come.”
“What some plant-life will look like, what the motion capture suits look like, heck even what the true poster font will look like.”
“The carbon released into the atmosphere in this way is only that contained in the plant-life to begin with.”
“But for your information, ALL life on Earth consumes carbon, whether its plant life that breathes it or the animal life that feeds upon the plant-life.”
“The plant-life, Bingham knew, was specially designed and bred to produce oxygen at an accelerated rate.”
“A thousand years from now, the world will be dominated by the religion of the Pfapeerbukshwop, whose main holiday (coinciding with winter solstice) is ritualized by the exchange of small bundles of tree pulp (trees were a form of plant-life that went extinct in the 22nd century.)”
“Today I did a few interviews, met some new people that live at the other end of my community which is quite the hike, and after a conversation with a young girl who very much enjoys caring for all the plant-life on her patio, was gifted some lemongrass roots to plant at my house.”
“It's so neat to bring things home from surrounding plant-life and watch her turn them into a staple of our diet.”
“Every stone wall on the hillside is decked with this ineradicable plant-life, which springs up along the cracks afresh with new wreaths for every time of year.”
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