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  • As a general rule, it is much easier to water the lawn when the water in question only emerges from the hose's nozzle, as opposed to random holes in the middle of the tubing.

    A quick observation, apropos of gardening

  • Rook notes a victory for California. rubber hose's take on the dump of documents from Iraq.

    April 2006

  • As a general rule, it is much easier to water the lawn when the water in question only emerges from the hose's nozzle, as opposed to random holes in the middle of the tubing.

    The Little Professor:

  • The example in your article of the 12-inch rubber hose's being a restricted license product was a good one, but who decides what should be restricted?

    THE RISE OF A RELIGION

  • Frederick gummed at the hose's end, then fussed some more, whimpering.

    Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town

  • Then, the hose's segments will have to be bolted together and inspected before the fuel can begin to flow.

    News

  • Then, the hose's segments will have to be bolted together and inspected before the fuel can begin to flow.

    News

  • Then, the hose's segments will have to be bolted together and inspected before the fuel can begin to flow.

    USATODAY.com News

  • Arnold gently waters her newly sown seeds with a hose's shower attachment or a watering can.

    The Seattle Times

  • Then, the hose's segments will have to be bolted together and inspected before the fuel can begin to flow.

    News

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