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  • n. Plural form of palmetto.


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  • For me, tracking in palmettos is the toughest, seems to hide blood and tracks.

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  • I ignore the calypso music emanating from the speakers in the palmettos and the quiet hum of a piña colada blender at the tiki bar.

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  • Draping the sheet over his head Grady raised up behind some palmettos and let out a long low moan.

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  • Beyond, in the free world, palmettos and short oak trees grow from sandy earth.

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  • She made a neck shot at 10 steps from a ground blind (palmettos) as the buck looked over his back at her.

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  • The GPS or compass tells us where to go but you can't get there from here ... too much water, palmettos you just can't navigate, water moccasins, etc.

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  • WINDING ALONG HIGH ground where tall oaks, maples, and hickories crowded the sky, we descended to a swampy bottom filled with palmettos, water oaks, gums, and bald cypresses.

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  • As if it were yesterday, I see her rise from the palmettos where she was cutting fronds that very first day I saw her.

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  • I went out in the palmettos in a truck with two officers, a pit bull and a catahoola (sp?).

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  • Over the river and through the woods, she thought watching the snow west of Interstate 95 melt away into skinny pines and palmettos.



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