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  • n. Plural form of acorn.


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  • So we get a lot of what we call acorns in that part of the world that kind of 2 or 3 county area that all vertical wells that have produced oil out of the Scallion, and so that's one of the big things we go by.

  • I saw her first, gathering young acorns from the branches of


  • I am a Pre-K teacher and my students and I went to the woods and collected acorns from the ground.

    Has anyone ever tried to grow an oak tree from just an acorn?

  • It's always easier to pattern deer (and hogs) if the food sources are relatively isolated, so a woods full of acorns is not always a positive sign.

    On Acorns and Your Deer Season

  • A few acres, your neibors garden, and a some fallen acorns is all a big buck needs.

    The Best Big Buck "Sleeper States"

  • This preponderance, this abundance, this cornucopia of acorns is great if you are a hungry, nutty little squirrel trying to fatten up for the chills of wintertime.

    Acorns Keep Falling on My Head

  • Thus, you might find some acorns from the chestnut oak, which are sort of ovoid and pointy, an earthy chestnut brown, and about an inch to an inch and a half long.

    Acorns Keep Falling on My Head

  • Ah, yes, the annual autumn rain of acorns is upon us.

    Acorns Keep Falling on My Head

  • Kizzy had over-indulged in acorns and was no more and I'll own up, I couldn't stop myself wondering how many tins of Pedigree Chum that would equate to.

    Such stuff as dreams are made on...

  • From the mountains, they bring the nuts which are found in the cores of the pine, acorns from the dwarf oaks, as well as the different kinds of berries, and the inner bark of the pine, which has a sweet acid taste, not unlike lemon syrup.

    Life in the Rocky Mountains


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