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“Brought to the country as an ornamental plant in the mid-1800s, the vine's bright orange berries look pretty on the Thanksgiving table, but in parks, recreation areas and residential yards, Oriental bittersweet is a mass murderer.”
“It was viewed as the vine's product but the narrator pointed out that they ended in themselves because they fundamentally could not send anything beyond themselves in space and time.”
“He added that even after you've ripped it off the walls, it can be tough to get rid of the mud-colored tracks left by the vine's rootlets.”
“To Cadmus all praise I offer, because he keeps this spot hallowed, his daughter's precinct, which my own hands have shaded round about with the vine's clustering foliage.”
“Marnier-Lapostolle drastically reduced each vine's yield, from nearly 60 bunches of grapes to about eight.”
“Efrain observed the monkey-ladder's convoluted bark and traced the vine's winding course into the treetops but saw nothing unexpected.”
“Such clear directives, reminiscent of L. Emmett Holt's very specific instructions for feeding babies, may have something to do with L.vine's popularity.”
“The disease's pathogens clog up water-carrying vessels in vines with a black goo that eventually chokes off nourishment, causing a decline in the vine's health before killing the plants if they are put under any environmental stress.”
“During the flame vine's distraction, Irene whipped the spout of her watering can in and delivered a good dollop to its soil.”
“The flame vine's flower whipped around, because those bright little flies were its kind.”
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