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  • Introducing a new crop into an area is usually a task hefter left to professionals associated with a research station that has the money, time, skills, and discipline for such an undertaking.

    Chapter 12

  • They ain't never gonna love you any better, babe And they 'renee-eever gonna love you ri-ight So you hefter dig * right now, right now Ohhhhhhh Her enthranment with this concept was increasing.

    Buried Alive, The Biography of Janis Joplin

  • CLEVELAND, OHIO, Aug. 28, 1917. hollow Dr. my old friend how are you to day i am well and is doing fine plenty to eat and drink and is making good money in fact i am not in the best of health i have not had good health sence i ben here, i thought once i would hefter be operrated on

    The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919

  • We tuk part with the poor folks w'en they wuz bein 'bused, but I declar' for't 't looks though we'd hefter take part with the silk stockins pootty soon, at the rate things be agoin.

    The Duke of Stockbridge


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