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  • January 13th, 2006 at 2: 56 pm hip hop ringtone says: hip hop ringtone No stud-farm there was some grumbling when ash-plant subagencies of our foorth-class lujosos bestride occasionally found to secular the originals from their amusantes. hence in the loud-shouting birds

    Think Progress » Alito: The Christmas Candidate

  • Carries a stone in his pocket, an ash-plant under his arm.

    POEMS BY SEAMUS HEANEY, 1966-1972

  • Carries a stone in his pocket, an ash-plant under his arm.

    THE LAST MUMMER

  • Clancy has stationed at ivvery jump to let a roar at her an 'hearthen her wid the sthroke of an ash-plant as she comes at ut.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-04-21

  • Most soils, as we have already had occasion to point out, are better supplied with available ash-plant ingredients than available nitrogen compounds.

    Manures and the principles of manuring

  • He was more than satisfied with himself, and, as he walked along, he mowed down with his ash-plant thistles and nettles in sheer joyfulness of heart.

    Acton's Feud A Public School Story

  • On Friday evenings Miss Huntingforest made it her business to attend to the altar vases, and she went off now looking very businesslike in her tweeds, a stout ash-plant held firmly in her gloved hand.

    Sweet Danger

  • On Friday evenings Miss Huntingforest made it her business to attend to the altar vases, and she went off now looking very businesslike in her tweeds, a stout ash-plant held firmly in her gloved hand.

    Sweet Danger

  • Then he swished his ash-plant towards Gilly and ordered him to get ready.

    The King of Ireland's Son

  • He carried an ash-plant in his hand to flog the horse and to strike at the dogs that crossed his way.

    The King of Ireland's Son

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