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  • Each of us carried a pair of scissors as we walked among her dew-laden flowers snipping red, yellow, fuchsia and orange zinnias; keeping a separate basket for the marigolds.

    Toyita grows flowers for the Virgin of Talpa

  • CAMP RAMADI, Iraq, Dec. 22, 2009 – In the dew-laden predawn darkness of June 6, 1944, Everton Bushnell jumped into

    Heroes or Villains?

  • Rapp worked his way across the dew-laden grass toward the dock.

    Vince Flynn Collectors’ Edition #2

  • Oh, I could describe its size, feeling, weight but never its colour, its delicate shades and nuances, the way light would coruscate over the ripe contours of a dew-laden bunch of grapes.

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  • But what that web page won't show you is how awesome a sunrise is when viewed through a dew-laden spider web spun the night before just for your enjoyment.

    Frosty mornings in the sierras

  • The dew-laden bushes brushed and scratched at our legs on the shady side of the hills.

    Hike to Cuastecomate, Jalisco

  • That, together with the leafy lanes, clipped hedges and lawns, the stone walls, railway embankments, early morning dew-laden woods and so on make life in England more than pleasant, if only the government would get off our back and let us get on with it.

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  • These are there only for a few moments, to introduce the luscious, dew-laden floralcy, and disappear leaving only a trail of retro aldehydes that maintain a soft and bitter-sweet mood all along.

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  • The heart and base notes still maintain this luscious fruitiness, along with delicate flowers that are neither heavy nor heady, but simply reminiscent of fresh, dew-laden blossom in an early spring morning.

    Archive 2006-05-01

  • Adam was at the door without the loss of a moment; but again all was still, and the starlight showed there was nothing but the dew-laden grass in front of the cottage.

    Adam Bede

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