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  • Acres of fields full of indigo, cotton, and rice bordered the rutted, weed-infested roads they rode on.

    Judge deveraux

  • Are there still sin-eaters and ghost-talkers quietly pursuing their trade in tenements and behind weed-infested yards, with regular tariffs and specializations?

    In Brief: Science Fiction

  • Peeling paint, weed-infested gardens, cheap signage and scum-filled alligator ponds are evidence of a brittle bureaucracy that prizes check lists and cute-rate construction, not quality or service.

    Tom Doctoroff: What Foreigners Can Learn at the Shanghai Zoo

  • Luckily, she caught the scent by the time she reached a weed-infested concrete pad twenty feet square at the end of the street.

    Blood Trinity

  • They had even given Harry use of the Soviet compound, a weed-infested and derelict station two miles from the port.

    Gold of Kings

  • For heavily weed-infested areas, I recommend covering the ground with leaves, topping it all with the best landscape fabric you can buy the kind they don't sell it at HOME DEPOT, and then covering that with a layer of mulch.

    At the Front Porch Café....

  • Standing on a weed-infested corner that once saw its share of drug deals, the mayor began talking -- and waving his arms.

    The Sage Of Indianapolis

  • I was very tempted to wander out into my weed-infested garden and take a photo of some purslane, which is widely considered a weed in the U.S., and I think Isil is correct that many people don't know that this is edible.

    Weekend Herb Blogging #41 Recap Lots of New Herb Bloggers!

  • Plus, he plugged my site here a handful of times, helping it blossom from the tiny seed into the obnoxious weed-infested shrubbery that it is today.

    Archive 2006-06-04

  • Casey kept right on walking past his locker, right past his homeroom, out the back door, down a cracked, weed-infested sidewalk behind the school.

    EYELID MOVIES by Will McIntosh | Fiction | Futurismic

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