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    1. "No, I rented out the cabin and have a cash crop in the field that I've got to get in next week

    2. " I imagine her pulling a crop of hair from inside the book

    3. The plants had leaves like North American pond lillies with a ruffle of lavender flowers along the edge, but they were a species of lon, a class of plants that is a local staple crop

    4. Some required that you offer a portion of your crop

    5. You carry your offering “up” to the gods on the mountain and offer your portion of crop or your animal

    6. A few weeks later, we were all in the fields harvesting the corn crop before winter set in

    7. It is a very high-yield crop, if you've got the water, and down here there is plenty of water

    8. Lord Tarak pointed out each and the crop they grew

    9. Both he and Eileen particularly loved the smell of their garlic bed and the way that sunlight thickened the broad, upright blades of their maturing crop

    10. The crop was grapes, or something very similar to grapes

    11. and her crop top revealed far too much of her very large breasts to

    12. The phones keep me fairly busy and in addition to that, I have to deal with deliveries and the odd caller … and some of them are decidedly odd! The guy who keeps ringing Dave up about crop circles came in and tried to persuade me that I ought to let him speak with Dave

    13. The house grew a lush crop of the fruits, mainly along the eaves and on the balcony rails of the upper rooms

    14. gunny sacks so that the root crop could be stored for the winter

    15. It was an hour and a half til be got there, delighted to do the last twenty minutes under motor on a less built-up side canal, one with actual crop land along the shore here and there, a thin line of well-kept town homes lining the remaining bank

    16. experimentation without risking the entire crop

    17. Finding my first seed did not grow, which I easily imagined was by the drought, I sought for a moister piece of ground to make another trial in, and I dug up a piece of ground near my new bower, and sowed the rest of my seed in February, a little before the vernal equinox; and this having the rainy months of March and April to water it, sprung up very pleasantly, and yielded a very good crop; but having part of the seed left only, and not daring to sow all that I had, I had but a small quantity at last, my whole crop not amounting to above half a peck of each kind

    18. He produces a crop, yielding a hundred, sixty, or thirty times what was sown

    19. What remains of the crop, after paying the rent, therefore, should not only replace to them their stock employed in cultivation, together with its ordinary profits, but pay them the wages which are due to them, both as labourers and overseers

    20. and the succeeding crop is mortgaged for the payment

    21. Corn is an annual crop ; butcher's meat, a crop which requires four or five years to grow

    22. In Carolina, where the planters, as in other British colonies, are generally both farmers and landlords, and where rent, consequently, is confounded with profit, the cultivation of rice is found to be more profitable than that of corn, though their fields produce only one crop in the year, and though, from the prevalence of the customs of Europe, rice is not there the common and favourite vegetable food of the people

    23. The rent of an estate above ground, commonly amounts to what is supposed to be a third of the gross produce; and it is generally a rent certain and independent of the occasional variations in the crop

    24. "Best we try for the Rocky Crop to the east" Fizzicist shouted above the whining wind, and pointed to the gathering thunder clouds, anvil like, hovering to the north

    25. It’s to pass by Rocky Crop then onto S'nuff

    26. Small, smooth skinned, large eyes, a fuzzy crop of hair on their heads

    27. In the disorderly state of England under the Plantagenets, who governed it from about the middle of the twelfth till towards the end of the fifteenth century, one district might be in plenty, while another, at no great distance, by having its crop destroyed, either by some accident of the seasons, or by the incursion of some neighbouring baron, might be suffering all the horrors of a famine; and yet if the lands of some hostile lord were interposed between them, the one might not be able to give the least assistance to the other

    28. In rice countries, which generally yield two, sometimes three crops in the year, each of them more plentiful than any common crop of corn, the abundance of food must be much greater than in any corn country of equal extent

    29. The brigadier, still in full dress uniform, stood over her with a riding crop

    30. A portion of this waste land, however, after having been pastured in this wretched manner for six or seven years together, may be ploughed up, when it will yield, perhaps, a poor crop or two of bad oats, or of some other coarse grain ; and then, being entirely exhausted, it must be rested and pastured again as before, and another portion ploughed up, to be in the same manner exhausted and rested again in its turn

    31. crop some vegetation, then moved on

    32. What I meant to say was that a crop doesn’t come forth with pain

    33. Your bullock could die just when you need his strength to pull your plow, leaving you no way to make the crop and earn the coin to buy another beast

    34. With the profits from another bountiful lemon crop and many bales of wool, Tragus

    35. The flax crop flourished as the summer turned

    36. When she returned home, the two field slaves were cutting this season’s crop of flax

    37. With their flax crop stacked to dry, Tragus had leased the field slaves for a week to one of his old friends from the tavern

    38. He’d been very nice to her when he came to the farm a month ago to buy their crop of flax

    39. the quarter higher than it otherwise would have been in the actual state of the crop

    40. By raising the price, he discourages the consumption, and puts every body more or less, but particularly the inferior ranks of people, upon thrift and good management If, by raising it too high, he discourages the consumption so much that the supply of the season is likely to go beyond the consumption of the season, and to last for some time after the next crop begins to come in, he runs the hazard, not only of losing a considerable part of his corn by natural causes, but of being obliged to sell what remains of it for much less than what he might have had for it several months before

    41. By supplying them, as nearly as he can judge, in this proportion, he is likely to sell all his corn for the highest price, and with the greatest profit ; and his knowledge of the state of the crop, and of his daily, weekly, and monthly sales, enables him to judge, with more or less accuracy, how far they really are supplied in this manner

    42. Were it possible, indeed, for one great company of merchants to possess themselves of the whole crop of an extensive country, it might perhaps be their interest to deal with it, as the Dutch are said to do with the spiceries of the Moluccas, to destroy or throw away a considerable part of it, in order to keep up the price of the rest

    43. If, in a year of scarcity, therefore, any of them should find that he had a good deal more corn upon hand than, at the current price, he could hope to dispose of before the end of the season, he would never think of keeping up this price to his own loss, and to the sole benefit of his rivals and competitors, but would immediately lower it, in order to get rid of his corn before the new crop began to come in

    44. In an extensive corn country, between all the different parts of which there is a free commerce and communication, the scarcity occasioned by the most unfavourable seasons can never be so great as to produce a famine ; and the scantiest crop, if managed with frugality and economy, will maintain, through the year, the same number of people that are commonly fed in a more affluent manner by one of moderate plenty

    45. The seasons most unfavourable to the crop are those of excessive drought or excessive rain

    46. But as corn grows equally upon high and low lands, upon grounds that are disposed to be too wet, and upon those that are disposed to be too dry, either the drought or the rain, which is hurtful to one part of the country, is favourable to another ; and though, both in the wet and in the dry season, the crop is a good deal less than in one more properly tempered ; yet, in both, what is lost in one part of the country is in some measure compensated by what is gained in the other

    47. In rice countries, where the crop not only requires a very moist soil, but where, in a certain period of its growing, it must be laid under water, the effects of a drought are much more dismal

    48. But if he had been at liberty to sell his whole crop to a corn mercliant as fast as he could thresh it out, his whole capital might have returned immediately to the land, and have been employed in buying more cattle, and hiring more servants, in order to improve and cultivate it better

    49. the quarter, besides, though it may be considered as a very high price, yet, in years of scarcity, it is a price which frequently takes place immediately after harvest, when scarce any part of the new crop can be sold off, and when it is impossible even for ignorance to suppose that any part of it can be so engrossed as to hurt the people

    50. This year’s crop hadn’t been picked at this farm

    1. The first day he had ever met Kira, she had been wearing a pair of large clown trousers and a combat jacket, hair having been cropped off with scissors in a fit of self-protective misery after being the victim of yet another sexual assault

    2. kinds of drama and crises that have cropped up all around us

    3. Have any issues cropped up that I’m ignoring subconsciously?

    4. One of the travelers, a woman with short cropped hair, cradled a small bundle of cloth to her chest while wielding a knife with her empty hand

    5. The boy had crooked eyebrows colored orange like his short cropped hair

    6. A short, wide man with cropped black hair and bristle moustache

    7. His hair was newly cropped, but just as unevenly as before

    8. She pulled out a pair of black shorts with suspenders attached, and a cropped top sewed to the suspenders

    9. Her face was drawn, her hair was cropped above her ears

    10. The Atrian women---those from Pim and Song's home world---ritually kept the hair of their heads cropped close or shaved

    11. Kailus was tall and solid with a wide chest and a closely cropped black beard with drooping moustaches

    12. His hair was cropped short and a thick bull neck propped up his rounded head

    13. The athletic build, cropped hair, sallow skin and cold stare, told Holland that this was a man you’d regret upsetting

    14. His dark hair was short cropped and starting to fade to grey on the sides

    15. From the center of this figure appeared a thin figure of a girl with her hair cropped up on top, which is how Sharon liked to wear her

    16. I looked to my right and could see an outline of a person with her hair cropped

    17. His hair, cropped close to his skull in the Abnegation style, does not help this impression

    18. A few more minor issues cropped up, but they were dealt with efficiently

    19. was cropped with short grey hair

    20. took the highest branch of the cedar: 4 He cropped off the top of his young twigs, and carried it into a land of traffick; he set it in a

    21. Her straight, dark hair was cropped short

    22. He has cropped brown hair and hunches over

    23. · Image will be cropped to a 4:3 aspect ratio and resized to 120px by 90px when expanded and 120px by 120px when embedded

    24. As soon as I started, vision problems cropped up in my left eye

    25. eagerly cropped large mouthfuls of the bent grass where the bricks lay strewn

    26. was less imposing, dressed in the clothes of a merchant, and had more closely cropped but

    27. She was taken aback, she had not expected to be met with his young and vibrant looks, sparkling blue eyes and short cropped blonde hair

    28. A woman about Calvin's same age whose cropped uniform and relaxed posture implied she was as irresponsible as the rest of the gang of maniacs

    29. He rubbed his shortly cropped blond beard, Sorus here has informed me of the struggle with the beast, I would have sent you more help if I could have, but it was only by pure luck that I even managed to get Sorus to you in time

    30. Her hair is cropped, moon face, she maintains her bangs through the therapy, she is in full remission

    31. Starting at my ankles and working up to the crown of my head, all hair was cropped to half a centimetre

    32. was cropped to reveal a small expanse of golden stomach

    33. Shapely, medium sized breasts and dressed in a red cropped top with black slacks and red high heels

    34. He always tried to manage without it, knowing that it was there if anything unexpected cropped up

    35. Her beautiful white-fire hair had been cropped to just below her ears, and as for the rest of her-

    36. There were cropped ears, slit noses, gaping eye-sockets, stumps of wrists—marks of the hangman as well as scars of battle

    37. what? Brent brushed his hand through his cropped hair

    38. Truth was, I nearly cropped all the grass in the little meadow by then anyway

    39. He was a handsome forty something with closely cropped hair and deep blue eyes

    40. Mona tried to rein her in, but another problem cropped up: enter Simon

    41. Natalie is about the same height as Eric at one metre eighty centimetres tall with close cropped black hair

    42. They cropped the timber, re-planted, managed the land, everything, then paid the estate a share of the profits at the end of each year

    43. ‘I worked this patch when we cropped the timber in the summer,’ he said, ‘they weren’t here then

    44. The fourth member of the party was a petite woman with close cropped dark hair and a wide grin that could be seen across the room

    45. I cropped up my ears and squinted to get a better fix on the interior of the house

    46. My ears were cropped up

    47. I understood that he had something to say to me so I righted myself and then cropped up my ears, zooming in on him with my eyes in the process

    48. I cropped up my ears to ensure that there was nobody in the area and then scanned my surroundings with my incredible feline vision

    49. I zoomed in really hard on the action and I also cropped up my ears

    50. I cropped up my ears and zoomed into the on-goings in the park

    1. moved slowly away and started cropping the grass

    2. They make scarce any manure for their corn fields, he says ; but when one piece of ground has been exhausted by continual cropping, they clear and cultivate another piece of fresh land; and when that is exhausted, proceed to a third

    3. Their cattle are allowed to wander through the woods and other uncultivated grounds, where they are half-starved; having long ago extirpated almost all the annual grasses, by cropping them too early in the spring, before they had time to form their flowers, or to shed their seeds

    4. “It’s…” She drew a deep breath, trying to counter the fresh irritation cropping up in her once more

    5. I don’t want any unfinished business cropping up later

    6. As the mower propelled me along the shed floor at an ever-increasing speed, I was vaguely aware of strange, violet coloured lights flashing passed overhead, and when it mounted a line of grow-bags, the blades clattered into life, cropping neat strips from my hair, until I ended up looking like some seventies punk star

    7. the cropping of ears;

    8. For days, my eyes had longed to see the vision of my beautiful horse and now, there was Jasper, only a few feet away, contentedly cropping grass with Dublin

    9. It kept cropping up, reminding me that it was still there and that I had a job to do

    10. The question that kept cropping up was how much of the aggressiveness was sports related and how much was a deliberate attempt to sideline future Federation officers

    11. Be aware that ear cropping of dogs is illegal in numerous

    12. com/ear-cropping The Truth about Canine Ear Cropping

    13. This performs the cropping operation on the image

    14. In any case, the former sheriff’s mare, old-in-the-tooth and a little mangy in the coat, stood before Schmoozeglutton, half-heartedly cropping the sparse grass behind his house

    15. Whereupon she remarked, with unexpected tranquillity, "How that man keeps on cropping up

    16. "What do you mean--keeps on cropping up?" he asked

    17. She had lost no time in cropping up, he thought

    18. April, early spring, with birds in the air and bees buzzing amidst the cropping of freshly-sprouted flowers, something so dark and ominous came trotting through one woman’s life in a way that could be seen as ironic

    19. It was not long after when secrets and techniques starting cropping up

    20. Cropping is easily achieved by selecting the “crop” tool within

    21. Thoughts kept cropping up in her head that shook her confidence but she tried to stay positive

    22. Snuffers: A device similar to a pair of scissors for cropping and holding the snuff of a candle

    23. An accent known to the Cropping Villages of the south, traces of his words were

    24. along the main road alone, it was the only form of entertainment the cropping folk liked

    25. between grand trees and the surrounding hillside, the Cropping Village of Sorle was half-

    26. bitter for the rest of their short journey? Already electing to pay someone at the Cropping

    27. The main Cropping Villages

    28. Soaked through, by early evening of the next turn, the Cropping Village of Candal

    29. “But I wanted to ask the ladies about the rumors that have been cropping up,” the reporter protested

    30. I distinguished a moor sheep cropping the short turf on the graves

    31. The horses were quietly cropping the rich grass by the stream

    32. " In the room over that, a little flabby terrier of a clerk with dangling hair (his cropping seemed to have been forgotten when he was a puppy) was similarly engaged with a man with weak eyes, whom Mr

    33. Nothing had been stolen: money was found on both bodies, their costly weapons lay beside them, and two valuable horses were cropping the grass in the clearing outside

    34. Though perhaps “fanzine” was the better word, as its formal debts were less to any national glossy than to the small-batch booklets that had started cropping up in head shops and record exchanges at the dawn of the 1970s

    35. The mule left off cropping at the devil grass and came along without an argument for once

    36. But cropping out of the ground, right in the path of the stream which looped itself about it, was a great rock, almost a hill of stone, like a last outpost of the distant mountains, or a huge piece cast miles into the plain by some giant among giants

    37. They are called “standard” simply because approximately the same number of days has kept cropping up, time after time, throughout market history

    38. Throughout history, virtually the same numbers keep cropping up again and again

    39. I distinguished a moor-sheep cropping the short turf on the graves

    40. It is because revolution cannot be really conquered, and that being providential and absolutely fatal, it is always cropping up afresh: before Waterloo, in Bonaparte overthrowing the old thrones; after Waterloo, in Louis XVIII

    41. A glance capable of piercing all that mist deeply would have perceived at some distance a sort of little sutler's wagon with a fluted wicker hood, harnessed to a famished nag which was cropping the grass across its bit as it halted, hidden, as it were, behind the hovel which adjoins the highway to Nivelles, at the angle of the road from Mont-Saint-Jean to Braine l'Alleud; and in the wagon, a sort of woman seated on coffers and packages

    42. Even the bison, to some extent, keeps pace with the seasons cropping the pastures of the Colorado only till a greener and sweeter grass awaits him by the Yellowstone

    43. Years afterwards she could bring the whole scene back again, as if it had been only yesterday—the mild blue eyes and kindly smile of the Knight—the setting sun gleaming through his hair, and shining on his armour in a blaze of light that quite dazzled her—the horse quietly moving about, with the reins hanging loose on his neck, cropping the grass at her feet—and the black shadows of the forest behind—all this she took in like a picture, as, with one hand shading her eyes, she leant against a tree, watching the strange pair, and listening, in a half dream, to the melancholy music of the song

    44. This answer was written with the object of delay until Burton's return; and, as before, the Doctor took the paper to the salt spring, while Tom went to a position where he could watch the goat carry away the message to the boy; and he had not long to wait, for within a couple of hours the boy and his goats appeared and slowly passed the place, and, as they quietly went along from bush to bush cropping the leaves, one took the letter, and in a few minutes the boy had taken it from the goat

    45. He lived solely for his own amusement; cropping life’s greenness in a slow, easy, ruminant fashion, and on a modest income

    46. In the meadow beyond, flocks of sheep are cropping the grass, and an old negro is busily engaged in repairing a breach in the stone wall

    47. The ruined walls of this old mansion, with lichen cropping out from every crevice; the unhinged doors and broken windows; the ladder rotting as it leans against the moss-grown roof, the broken well-sweep and deserted barn, offer an aspect of desolation and decay which should prove sufficient bait to tempt any ghost of moderate demands

    1. Lo and behold, it's like a completely different place -- the farmhouse is completely rebuilt and in excellent condition, there are plenty of cattle and other livestock happily munching on feed in well-fenced pens, and the fields are filled with crops planted in neat rows

    2. For the earth yields crops by itself: first the blade, then the head,

    3. They left us to rot out there in the fields just like the crops

    4. He was the god of fertility and crops

    5. The ship was passing over lon, one of the rinko-like crops that grows in shallow water

    6. The farmers would pay them in a portion of their crops at harvest time each year

    7. Occasionally in the distance they could see a few areas that might have been crops but they were too far away to be sure

    8. Fenced crops extended about five hundred yards from the village and quite a few kedas lounged about in the shade

    9. This is one of the main crops that stuffs the rolls people eat in Zhlindu

    10. In tribute, the farmers shared a portion of their crops with them every year

    11. For a moment I can’t see what he means at all, then I realise that what I had taken for crops of ripe grain are in fact wilting plants, their leaves yellowed

    12. ’ I continued, ‘Even on Earth there are areas where people are starving either because the crops failed or because of war or some other tragic reason

    13. ‘But we do use those concepts which fit our lifestyle … glasshouses are vital for us, especially now with the disruption to normal crops

    14. Lord Mantel was master of Field Hold; his people saw to the planting and harvesting of the many different crops that fed the People

    15. With winter only weeks away, crops were being harvested and stored

    16. The soil was rich and fertile and there were many farms with rows and rows of crops being harvested

    17. Tarak inspected the crops getting down in the dirt with the farmer

    18. She was busy helping the farms along the ridgeline in the reaping of their crops, and the farmers spoke of her in glowing terms

    19. The forest had grown back over the ruins that were once the suburban sea around Reston, except where a few yards remained clear and well armed families grew crops in the clearing, living in the circled hulks of old cars and trucks covered with tarps

    20. In the distance there were wide fields of row crops, grain fields and orchards before the town/structure itself

    21. In the weeks before the main crops were ready for harvesting, the

    22. green of the pines and firs contrasting against the gold of the crops in

    23. Tom could see that many of the crops had already been

    24. cleared spaces where some crops had already been pulled, and others

    25. hell about lost crops if the cold continues,’ grinned

    26. It was a densely populated area but he had every inch cultivated at least one level deep including the greenhouse atop his house where he kept tender lowland crops

    27. “We couldn’t have crops out in the desert

    28. It lead thru crops, and then into an area of fruit bushes much like those he had blundered into on his way down

    29. “Did she accuse you of raiding the crops?”

    30. “That line of shit is too runny to fertilize crops

    31. watching for the very moment when the crops ripened

    32. It wrecks buildings, machinery and crops

    33. will bless both our physical and spiritual crops

    34. had destroyed all the crops and decimated the fields and

    35. with crops, and there was little sign of desertion or

    36. The rent and profit of those productions, therefore, which require either a greater original expense of improvement in order to fit the land for them, or a greater annual expense of cultivation, though often much superior to those of corn and pasture, yet when they do no more than compensate such extraordinary expense, are in reality regulated by the rent and profit of those common crops

    37. The respective prices of corn, rice, and sugar, are there probably in the natural proportion, or in that which naturally takes place in the different crops of the greater part of cultivated land, and which recompenses the landlord and farmer, as nearly as can be computed, according to what is usually the original expense of improvement, and the annual expense of cultivation

    38. Two crops in the year, from thirty to sixty bushels each, are said to be the ordinary produce of an acre

    39. In rice countries, which generally yield two, sometimes three crops in the year, each of them more plentiful than any common crop of corn, the abundance of food must be much greater than in any corn country of equal extent

    40. the crops have failed

    41. either side of the river, crops and fields lay inundated,

    42. crops here had suffered just as badly as those in the

    43. Earth is not a crystal magic dream, it is a planet like Kassidor with land and crops and big oceans with beaches that the nation of the next expedition is famous for

    44. The rain was late this year and he hoped that it would not be too late to save the crops

    45. two crops of wheat a year

    46. Some of the fields still won’t bear crops

    47. Thus every time a supposedly good idea crops up, it will be shot down with doubts or fear by the ego

    48. We stared down the hills at the terraces where men would soon harvest their crops

    49. We saw others bend, stoop, then stand upright, as they checked their crops, as well

    50. about the weather, children, crops, whatever

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