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  • n. ramsons

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  • n. pungent Old World wild onion
  • n. pungent Old World weedy plant


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  • We were just about to begin on our meagre supper of horse-beans and wild garlic cooked into a stew with a scrap of bullock that must have died of old age, when there was a tinkling of bronze pony bells and the stamp of hoofs without.

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