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  • proper n. A surname.


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  • GREENLEAF GRILL 301 Greenleaf, Park City: Music at 7 PM.

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  • The last line in Greenleaf (Flannery's minotaur workout) is the best of any short story I can recall reading.

    Signature Elements

  • Early in the afternoon he called Greenleaf on the telephone, and announced:

    The Winning Clue

  • Democrats call Greenleaf's presidential bid a ploy to help son's Montco candidacy

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  • "I kept mumbling, 'I want to stay on,'" recalls Greenleaf, 52, who eventually got her wish.

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  • It started with some extra lettuce and radishes in their backyard garden in northeast Rochester; now the family grows everything from asparagus, spinach and garlic to cantaloupe, watermelon and ground cherries on their farm, called Greenleaf Gardens, in rural Pine Island. Local News

  • Here's one of the first paragraphs in the story "Greenleaf":

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  • A widowed property owner who imagines herself superior to her tenant farmers is gored to death by their runaway bull ( "Greenleaf").

    The Parables of Flannery O'Connor

  • In such anthologies as The Best American Short Stories of the Century, edited by John Updike, Flannery O'Connor is included with one of her most frequently reprinted stories, "Greenleaf," while McCullers and Capote are missing altogether.

    The Parables of Flannery O'Connor

  • How it ended up on the stack: Master and I read "Greenleaf" a couple of weeks ago.

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