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“They arose around him, on every side, like some monstrous quick-growing form of life.”
“Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. introduced a new flash manufacturing process, ramping up competition in the quick-growing memory market and allowing device makers to include more memory in their products.”
“The quick-growing kapok trees (Ceiba spp.) with their wide, spreading crowns can grow to heights in excess of 40 meters.”
“The hostess, captivated by the quick-growing vine and the beauty of the flowers, won't notice the seedlings accumulating at its feet.”
“A soft, quick-growing tree such as the Wisconsin aspen will produce about 2 tons of wood per year per acre, and Florida pine will yield about 3 tons.”
“Fast egg-laying white leghorn chickens and quick-growing large white pigs are other examples of high-yield stock.”
“The threat of extensive plantations of pine trees for paper production has not materialized, but other quick-growing softwoods such as Acacia mangium are being favored.”
““We know that we have to make an improvement out there because of the quick-growing nature of these counties,” IDOT spokesman Matt Vanover said.”
“I get the image of machetes hacking away at ravenously quick-growing jungle plants, clearing a space where writing can happen, where one has confidence, at least for a time, in the value of one's words.”
“I don't know how cold it gets where you're moving, but maybe you can plant some quick-growing herbs now.”
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