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At the Ohio experiment station in 1889, the heads were invariably loose and sprangled.
Clouds coursed over the sky in great masses; the full moon battled the other way, and lit up the snow with gleams of flying silver; the town came down the hill in a cascade of brown gables, bestridden by smooth white roofs, and sprangled here and there with lighted windows.
Beet | Egyptian | Apr. 10 | June 12 | Roots sprangled