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  • A year of uncultivation, wildness, is not a lot, but it speaks eloquently of our willingness to organise economy around ecology, to 'keep house' within the limits of a world where we are guests more than owners.

    Lecture: Ecology and Economy - University of Kent, Canterbury

  • A year of uncultivation, wildness, is not a lot, but it speaks eloquently of our willingness to organise economy around ecology, to 'keep house' within the limits of a world where we are guests more than owners.

    Lecture: Ecology and Economy - University of Kent, Canterbury

  • I objected the dangers of ocean, and the distance of the mountains we saw, from Athens; a distance which, from the savage uncultivation of the country, was almost impassable.

    The Last Man

  • I hailed the wild Campagna, for every rood had been trod by man; and its savage uncultivation, of no recent date, only proclaimed more distinctly his power, since he had given an honourable name and sacred title to what else would have been a worthless, barren track.

    The Last Man

  • The English, by buying the slaves on their West India islands, took the money loss on themselves, but they threw back the islands to economic decay and uncultivation.

    Folkways A Study of the Sociological Importance of Usages, Manners, Customs, Mores, and Morals

  • Compare as to the change wrought, Ro 6: 19. brier -- emblem of uncultivation (Isa 5: 6). myrtle -- Hebrew, Hedes, from which comes Hedassah, the original name of

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • No, the reader may seek out the author's exhibition of his uncultivation for himself.

    The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories

  • No, the reader may seek out the author's exhibitions of his uncultivation for himself.

    An Entertaining Article

  • We said 'stupid:' yet natural stupidity is by no means the character of Mahomet's Book; it is natural uncultivation rather.

    Sartor Resartus, and On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History

  • I hailed the wild Campagna, for every rood had been trod by man; and its savage uncultivation, of no recent date, only proclaimed more distinctly his power, since he had given an honourable name and sacred title to what else would have been a worthless, barren track.

    III.10

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