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  • Loam: "Loam" is pretty much an equal mix of silt, sand, and clay, and it is essential to healthy gardens.

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  • And so it proves in The Admirable Crichton, in which the aristocratic Loam family are shipwrecked on a tropical desert island.

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  • I was watching Loam nap just now with his nose between his streteched-out front paws and rembering this comment.

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  • BEN EVANSTAD, PAPARAZZI: We've got some information that Calista Flockhart and her son Loam are flying out from the L.A.X. airport.

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  • And although I bought fresh fruit yesterday, I decided against "Fruit of the Loam" because the pears and bananas are still unripe.

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  • * Loam is the name given to a soil with moderate amounts of sand, silt and clay, and which is therefore intermediate in texture and best for plant growth.

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  • The experiments were conducted in a gleyed ricefield in Guangshanping Village in Quiyang County and in a ricefield with a green manure crop on the farm of the Hangyan Red Loam Experimental Station.

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  • Loam can be rolled into a cylinder; with a clay loam the cylinder can be formed into a ring, though it breaks easily.

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  • Enraged and frothing, Loam dropped his club, curled his body upward, and began clawing at the rope that held him.

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  • He lay stunned, trying to breathe, and Loam stepped to him.

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