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  • Heavy snow, however, could cling more closely to the new-grown leaves, increasing risks for broken branches.

    Late Snow Hits New England

  • Lincoln was rawboned, prone to the blues and freakishly tall, with a new-grown beard that refused to become an assertion and remained, for four years, a mere and constant follicular attempt.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • As the spectators sat on the new-grown grass and watched the game progress, local singers performed in a variety of Afghan languages to drive the horsemen on to greater feats.

    Afghan Riders Saddle Up for Buzkashi Season

  • Athene girded and clothed her with silvery raiment, and down from her head she spread with her hands a broidered veil, a wonder to see; and she, Pallas Athene, put about her head lovely garlands, flowers of new-grown herbs.

    Hesiod, Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • The grapevines that ran up the palisades had just begun their spring rush, and sprouts and ruffles of a delicate green tinged with rust cascaded from the woody stems, eager tendrils curling like my own new-grown hair-God damn her, she'd taken my hair on purpose to disfigure me!

    A Breath of Snow and Ashes

  • Corelli caught a glimpse of slender golden thighs, new-grown breasts, arching eyebrows over black eyes, and long loose hair so dark that it was almost blue.

    Captain Corelli's Mandolin

  • Beneath the mask his square jaw was darkly shadowed with new-grown stubble.

    The Pull of the Moon

  • Alvin knelt down on the new-grown grass not three feet from Redbird, and listened to its song.

    Prentice Alvin

  • And the goddess bright-eyed Athene girded and clothed her with silvery raiment, and down from her head she spread with her hands a broidered veil, a wonder to see; and she, Pallas Athene, put about her head lovely garlands, flowers of new-grown herbs.

    Hesiod, the Homeric Hymns, and Homerica

  • This factor is not the probable rise of existing stumpage while it continues to exist, but is the extent of the new-grown supply which will follow it provided existing conditions remain unchanged.

    Practical Forestry in the Pacific Northwest Protecting Existing Forests and Growing New Ones, from the Standpoint of the Public and That of the Lumberman, with an Outline of Technical Methods

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