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  • Rhubarb has gone beyond its supporting role as strawberry's trusty sidekick.

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  • The Saveur version doesn't look right (it reads like a standard risotto with strawberry's thrown in).

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  • Her father plants strawberry's and takes care of them on weekends.

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  • UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: I saw the plane smash into strawberry's.

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  • Meeting the people of Tuscany and picking fresh strawberry's and laughing with someone are the things that count.

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  • You know where to look for the tiny seeds of the apple-tree; but may not have noticed, that while they lie safely hidden inside the fruit, the strawberry's yellow seeds are outside.

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  • Other plants 'meat is the strawberry's poison in respect to the immediate action of these two agents.

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  • This white grub, which the farmers often call the "potato worm," is, in this region, the strawberry's most formidable foe, and, by devouring the roots, will often destroy acres of plants.

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  • Of its havoc on the lawn and farm I will not speak, since it is sufficient for our purposes to state that it is the strawberry's worst foe.

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  • Remembering that the strawberry's chief need is moisture, it will be seen that it can scarcely be maintained in a hard-matted sod.

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