uncultivatable love

Definitions

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  • adjective not suitable for cultivation or tilling

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Examples

  • Although throughout extensive areas, such as along the upper Rio Cuchujaqui, over half of the original forest has been cleared, extensive blocks of intact dry forest may remain, particularly on the steep, uncultivatable margins of the mountains.

    Sonoran-Sinaloan transition subtropical dry forest

  • The technique was originally used for hard pan soils which are uncultivatable using traditional farming methods.

    5: Farming systems and gardening techniques

  • The proportions of the cultivated to the uncultivatable land is previously given rather in favour of the tillable portion, this is always a light, almost impalpable powder, consistent when wetted: generally the soil owes any fertile qualities it has here, to the presence of water; thus the

    Journals of Travels in Assam, Burma, Bhootan, Afghanistan and the Neighbouring Countries

  • The island is very mountainous, and about one half of its area is thus uncultivatable.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • The most crafty turkeys are those which W--- seeks, hemmed in by plantations, inhabiting uncultivatable land, and always in more or less danger of pursuit and discovery, they become, under such circumstances, wild beyond any game whatever.

    The Hive of "The Bee-Hunter," A Repository of Sketches, Including Peculiar American Character, Scenery, and Rural Sports

  • The summits of most of the mountains on this island, then as now, were only rocks, being destitute of trees, and this led Champlain to give its significant name, which, in plain English, means the island of the desert, waste, or uncultivatable mountains.

    Voyages of Samuel De Champlain — Volume 01

  • This is where the third category of funding scheme comes in, as it is designated for those scientists who could help develop new technologies to obtain samples of currently uncultivatable organisms.

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  • This is where the third category of funding scheme comes in, as it is designated for those scientists who could help develop new technologies to obtain samples of currently uncultivatable organisms.

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  • This is where the third category of funding scheme comes in, as it is designated for those scientists who could help develop new technologies to obtain samples of currently uncultivatable organisms.

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  • This is where the third category of funding scheme comes in, as it is designated for those scientists who could help develop new technologies to obtain samples of currently uncultivatable organisms.

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