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“I sighed when I got to the job site, because I could see a few nice looking lilies surrounded by a wreck of tangled undergrowth, and strangely well-rooted weeds.”
“It's a well-rooted drama of great performances and big themes and probably big awards.”
“Away from the place of gaping graves and crumbling cairns and breaking crosses they seated themselves, and under the shade of a well-rooted ash-tree Colum-cille told his companion this prophetic story.”
“The tail hairs are well-rooted, so it takes as many as a dozen firm tugs to unloose them.”
“Relations between the U.S. and Egyptian militaries are deep and well-rooted.”
“The institutions of the Qatar Foundation around social change are extensive and now well-rooted.”
“However, what is happening now, is well-rooted in past influences and situations.”
“Khamenei warned: “Americans should not lay hope on some post-election events in Iran because our Islamic system is more well-rooted than they think it is,” he said.”
“Projects like the Fresh Air Center are the success of a failed UN summit because of the social relationships established and the well-rooted online infrastructure and knowledge base created for continued communication and collaboration.”
“So Anne, as such a well-rooted native of the area, maybe you can settle a debate between me and Jeff... is it pronounced Appa-LAY-SHA (long 'a') or Appa-LATCH-IA (short 'a')?”
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