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  1. It is a good soil.
  2. Grow in a light soil.
  3. The sky and the soil.
  4. As I allowed the soil.
  5. So is the soil bacteria.

  6. I could smell moist soil.
  7. The soaked soil is in a.
  8. They were digging in soil.
  9. The soil was fertile, and.
  10. Check out the soil quality.
  11. Secrets of the Soil, by.
  12. Where I can seed the soil and.
  13. Water the soil, not the plants.
  15. My mother had died on this soil.

  16. Soil can also be the source of.
  17. Water the soil if it is very dry.
  18. But we shall die on our own soil.
  19. Soil that we can grow plants on.
  20. Potting soil is sold for ready use.
  21. One that would turn the soil up-.
  22. Only broken pavement and dead soil.
  23. That was good dry soil for keeping.
  24. To turn the soil and plant the land.
  25. Use a good potting soil of the mix.

  26. Guess what else grows from soil?
  27. The grave soil was still fresh when.
  28. Steps to the Correct Soil pH Levels:.
  29. The soil seemed to collapse in a bit.
  30. Nothing could grow in this hard soil.
  31. One half fleeing the dark soil behind.
  32. Abner would soon need lots of top soil.
  33. And this same arid soil hath ever been.
  34. Good, fertile soil, Wulfric said.
  35. You can root cuttings in soil or water.
  36. The soil should be heavy, fertile soil.
  37. Use mulch to lock moisture in the soil.
  38. Seeing the fertile soil and noting the.
  39. The rocky soil and rocks would be used.
  40. You should also have a well-prepared soil.
  41. Replace the surface soil with potting soil.
  42. But the money would decompose in the soil.
  43. There was soil in his eyes, his ears and.
  44. Tommy possessed a true wisdom of the soil.
  45. Not just plain soil but the soil of Amber.
  46. The soil should not be allowed to dry out.
  47. If seed like this is withered in its soil.
  48. Cover up the entrance and pat down the soil.
  49. What tragedy lay hidden beneath the soil?
  50. Once in place the soil was quickly dug away.
  51. He spent the day preparing the soil in his.
  52. Some of the stakes sagged in the mushy soil.
  53. The sandy brown soil shimmered with delight.
  54. Impy sat down on the soil and started to cry.
  55. It became the healthiest soil on this planet.
  56. Over this give a layer of soil and farmyard.
  57. Clods of decaying soil fell off Torry's paws.
  58. But we must blame the culture, not the soil.
  59. Don’t soil the industry for the rest of us.
  60. I pulled my hand out of the soil and held it.
  61. The thought of leaving his village soil, the.
  62. It turned out they were playing with the soil.
  63. Old plants can be left in the soil as compost.
  64. The key to growing organically is healthy soil.
  65. Subterranean require contact with a moist soil.
  66. The soil beneath their feet is as white as snow.
  67. It was as much a part of the soil as the cactus.
  68. Once you have begun to create healthy soil you.
  69. I am sure it is the combination of Indian soil.
  70. Learn how to improve the condition of your soil.
  71. The ground erupted as bullets punctured the soil.
  72. We had landed back on American soil around 2:00 a.
  73. But Daddy was fly, didnt soil his Tighty-Whitey.
  74. This is because of the depth of the African soil.
  75. At the time of planting, the soil should be moist.
  76. Onions need a non-acidic soil with a pH value of 6.
  77. Tokmok spring, with its wet soil and timid violets.
  78. These are most of the basics when it comes to soil.
  79. So is it with water and soil and all other things.
  80. Stones larger than ½ cm from the soil should be.
  81. God the Father and Christ represented the soil and.
  82. Leave a space between the top of the soil and the.
  83. Bury at base of rose by turning over into the soil.
  84. Water is retained by life, aquifers, soil and in ice.
  85. They seemed rooted in that fatal soil on both sides.
  86. And on the hard packed soil underneath, he started.
  87. Charlie dug his bare toe in the soil contemplatively.
  88. When soil has inadequate moisture, the soil resist-.
  89. Outside, the soil was banked high against the house.
  90. And on this soil, I had fought for my father's love.
  91. The squatting to rest in the soft soil beneath the.
  92. In each story the elder son is a tiller of the soil.
  93. One method to test is using a Soil pH dye kit where.
  94. They can attack the structure far away from the soil.
  95. I want to turn the soil over—get ready for winter.
  96. Other seed fell on shallow soil with underlying rock.
  97. Workers had their hands in the soil and it felt great.
  98. Enzymes allow water to penetrate deeper into the soil.
  99. The tiller of the soil killed the keeper of the sheep.
  100. The soil in the valley was a combination of loam and.
  1. He looked this way and that, soiling his pants.
  2. He is vomiting and soiling himself like an infant.
  3. I just managed to move back my chair in time to avoid soiling my trousers.
  4. Duval was a man used to getting his way and not entirely averse to soiling his own hands in the process.
  5. Ah! if in the freshness of her beauty, before the soiling of marriage and the disillusions of adultery, she could.
  6. Just then, one of the Army men went behind El Faya and slammed his face into the plate, soiling his face and breaking his nose.
  7. In fact the slight soiling was only an added charm like the case of linen slightly soiled, good as new, much better in fact with the starch out.
  8. I, a woman, will just give you a lesson that will make you think twice before you go soiling a family again, the household of a good and honest man.
  9. My thoughts were chiefly centred upon the new coat which I was wearing (a garment which was tight and uncomfortable) and upon how to avoid soiling my trousers at the knees.
  10. How could the prisoner have found the notes without disturbing the bed? How could he have helped soiling with his blood-stained hands the fine and spotless linen with which the bed had been purposely made?
  11. Ah! if in the freshness of her beauty, before the soiling of marriage and the disillusions of adultery, she could have anchored her life upon some great, strong heart, then virtue, tenderness, voluptuousness, and duty blending, she would never have fallen from so high a happiness.
  12. A lot of personality traits are a direct product of individual experience with toilet training, which is as severe an exercise in concentration as any advanced mind training technique – not only is it the root of societal shame, but also the constant, moment-tomoment focus of attention upon not soiling oneself becomes the cornerstone for constant, moment-to-moment focus upon an inner dialogue– except that it is imposed upon people when they’re two years old.
  13. Brightly, the ferryman's smile lit up; softly, he touched Siddhartha's arm and said: Ask the river about it, my friend! Hear it laugh about it! Would you actually believe that you had committed your foolish acts in order to spare your son from committing them too? And could you in any way protect your son from Sansara? How could you? By means of teachings, prayer, admonition? My dear, have you entirely forgotten that story, that story containing so many lessons, that story about Siddhartha, a Brahman's son, which you once told me here on this very spot? Who has kept the Samana Siddhartha safe from Sansara, from sin, from greed, from foolishness? Were his father's religious devotion, his teachers warnings, his own knowledge, his own search able to keep him safe? Which father, which teacher had been able to protect him from living his life for himself, from soiling himself with life, from burdening himself with guilt, from drinking the bitter.
  1. This mire has soiled me.
  2. But you have soiled yours.
  3. He clothes were torn and soiled.
  4. He saw the soiled clothes she had.
  5. His clothes were ragged and soiled.
  6. It’s time to roll up the soiled mat and.
  7. Soiled, worldly, the whole stinking business.
  8. By the smell, this fat pig had soiled himself.
  9. His fingers and face were soiled with black mud.
  10. He took the soiled water and left without words.
  11. He had tied his soiled gray pants with a dirty.
  12. The soiled cloths and straw were often replaced.
  13. Depressed and anxious, he walked down the soiled.
  14. I do believe he has soiled himself along the way.
  15. His clothes may be ragged, his hands may be soiled.
  16. He felt a little sick, emotional y soiled and dirty.
  17. Their hair was unkempt, their clothes soiled and torn.
  18. Paul had probably put the soiled bed covers in the wash.
  19. He barked a wet cough and spat in a soiled handkerchief.
  20. He turned the soiled mattress over and then made the bed.
  21. Waiter precedes the same very to clear other soiled plates.
  22. I am one who digs dung, soiled by the smut of destruction.
  23. Well, your clothing was soiled and had the dingiest stains.
  24. Therefore, take off the one which is soiled, and cast it away.
  25. I nearly soiled my pants, but those words really had come out.
  26. In the corner of the room a soiled and stained mattress rested.
  27. Most recently they had found the soiled linen he had disposed of.
  28. A note was sewn to the shoulder of the old man’s soiled jacket.
  29. He would have to dispose of the soiled materials including the sheet.
  30. I say Farty soiled his pants that day, but that was just a figure of speech.
  31. He had on an old black cassock and a much soiled and slightly torn surplice.
  32. The soiled bed covers he stuffed in a black refuse bag and left in a corner.
  33. He found Zach covered with oil and surrounded by soiled rags and small tools.
  34. He was nearly on him, could almost reach out and grab hold of his soiled garb.
  35. Did he have to wear it? Our mental maladies are neither contagious nor soiled.
  36. By the time he had it in his hands, soiled and sopping wet, the bus had moved on.
  37. One of the attendants then took away the Senator’s soiled clothes for cleaning.
  38. The girl was thrown back in the cage, soiled and bloodied, fifteen minutes later.
  39. But he delayed to clear the chair: her striped petticoat, tossed soiled linen: and.
  40. Waiter withdraws from guests with a courtesy bow and a smile and carries the soiled.
  41. It will eat what it wants and leave the rest to be discarded with the soiled sawdust.
  42. To dream that your handkerchief is soiled or torn represents severed relationships.
  43. His unglazed linen collar appeared behind his bent head, soiled by his withering hair.
  44. A reddish saliva soiled the corners of her lips, and she had a black hole in her mouth.
  45. Enjteen would be pushing carts of soiled linens to the laundry rooms if he had his way.
  46. The little wind raised a corner of the soiled flag, and dropped it, and raised it again.
  47. I only want to make sure that her name is not soiled by a few jealous assholes, Major.
  48. Soiled clothes hung loosely from his gaunt frame, and his pale skin looked almost yellow.
  49. With no rubber gloves to hand I gingerly lifted up the soiled bedding, keeping my fingers.
  50. The men stared at his right hand and the card, at his left hand and a soiled ten-dollar bill.
  51. As Don pulls me back into the boat with my soiled pants, he notices a distinguished piece of.
  52. Painted in heavy, caked grease makeup and wearing the tattered, soiled remains of clown costumes.
  53. The window was filled by a pair of blue overalls, heavily soiled with sump oil and engine coolant.
  54. His pale white hide, which was soiled and bruised, shone ghost white in the thin reeds of morning.
  55. Melanie held out a man’s handkerchief, soiled and highly perfumed, in which some coins were knotted.
  56. He strode with a measured tread as if he wore robes instead of a tattered coat and some soiled trousers.
  57. I am ashamed to think of the many bright hours of life soiled by anxieties about it, by meannesses about it.
  58. He moved a little closer and saw, through the wisps of mist, a foot poking out from beneath the soiled cloth.
  59. He was looking at his own hands with the gloves taken off, fearing that somehow blood had already soiled them.
  60. Sante didn’t know where the man, a street person in a soiled gray jacket and torn, baggy jeans had come from.
  61. Dropping the filthy pile of clothes on the floor, he grasped both sides of the soiled sink and lifted his gaze.
  62. She was hysterical and the sheets were soiled, suggesting that she’d been left unattended for quite some time.
  63. He wanted to lean forward and dust her, he hated to see her whiteness being soiled, it fidgeted him intolerably.
  64. First things first said and with his soiled pants now around his ankles he recovered his hat from his bag.
  65. A Latino-looking man with a shoulder holster over a soiled Bacardi T-shirt was in charge of the early-morning shift.
  66. Everyone of you who stepped past those doors this morning is no better than this soiled and disgusting pile of rags.
  67. A shirt in his laundry basket had a speck of blood on the collar and I gathered a pair of soiled undies for good measure.
  68. Drinking water was available in a large drum in the corner, with a ladle but the liquid was soiled, so none of them drank.
  69. All the space around her was soiled and reeking, and the container she had been using as a toilet was open and overflowing.
  70. Cutting it fine is a bloody understatement, mumbled , realising he now needed to change his soiled pants and so did Stu.
  71. Dressed in my soiled and tatty towel and shirt, I guessed that I must look like a comic book version of a shipwrecked mariner.
  72. Crates lined up on the quayside at Jaffa, chap ticking them off in a book, navvies handling them barefoot in soiled dungarees.
  73. Where's the ten shillings I gave you on Monday? Are you feeding your little brother's family? Soiled handkerchief: medicinebottle.
  74. The Dangler reached into the folds of his soiled garments and retrieved a cupped handful of water—Silver’s last strand of hair.
  75. Rory stood guard while I gathered up his soiled clothes, closed the cage and circuit breaker, then went out and turned on the power.
  76. He said sometimes, but without bitterness: Men are so made that in a drawing-room you may be soiled everywhere except on your shoes.
  77. His usual flawless appearance is soiled by his hair sticking out, and his calmness vanishes as he paces the cold floor in front of me.
  78. And for some reason, neither husband nor wife seemed to care any longer when a fork was dropped, milk spilled, or the tablecloth soiled.
  79. He was wearing his squire's uniform but it was now so soiled and covered in burrs that he no longer stood out amongst the other children.
  80. A few cheap chromos on the walls were the only decorations, and a small badly soiled rug covered a floor innocent for many years of soap.
  81. Pat had salvaged the blouse Marilyn soiled in Reno and now saw its return as an opportunity for Peter to check in on her troubled friend.
  82. She stepped hastily backward, but not before the front of her neat, pink morning gown had been hopelessly soiled by the dog’s muddy feet.
  83. She reached behind one of the boxes that had served as chairs and brought out a stationery box, old and soiled and cracked at the corners.
  84. His spirits had risen, and he heartily enjoyed a good slip in the moist earth under the hedgerow, which soiled his perfect summer trousers.
  85. Flat on his back a morbidly obese old man lay on a soiled, bright yellow sofa, several holes clearly visible in the underside of the fabric.
  86. It was impossible for her ever to be hungry, or to eat eagerly, or to have on soiled clothes, or to stumble, or to forget to clear her nose.
  87. Would you mind taking off your shoes, please, sweetheart? she said, motioning toward the living room carpet, which was gummy and soiled.
  88. In fact the slight soiling was only an added charm like the case of linen slightly soiled, good as new, much better in fact with the starch out.
  89. Boris Drubetskoy, brushing his knees with his hand (he had probably soiled them when he, too, had knelt before the icon), came up to him smiling.
  90. In a few minutes, the ache had subsided, so I poured more water in, and removing the remainder of my soiled clothes, cautiously lowered myself in.
  91. Borís Drubetskóy, brushing his knees with his hand (he had probably soiled them when he, too, had knelt before the icon), came up to him smiling.
  92. He had become the village's first 'toilet unstopper' and he was pondering some method which would preclude his own hands being soiled in the efforts.
  93. He brought his usual old friends, a traveling photographer, and the gown and ermine cape soiled with blood that Fernanda had worn during the carnival.
  94. With as little noise as possible, I collected all my soiled and used clothing and put them in my bag, took it, went out of the room and closed the door.
  95. At the other end of the steps a group of ragged fishermen sat impassive, nursing at least twice as many soiled looking children, the oldest no more than three.
  96. Jean Valjean, who, soiled and tattered, stood behind Javert, and whom the porter was surveying with some horror, made a sign to him with his head that this was not so.
  97. It kept out the families that brought their food in pots and pans to eat their midday meal on the sand littering the place with soiled newspapers and watermelon husks.
  98. He found some clean clothes on washing lines at rural farms and now he changed and threw away the soiled clothes as he rode on the train with no idea where he was going.
  99. As dawn edged through soiled, slate gray skies, Stemkowsky rolled his wheelchair down the concrete ramp he’d built to get in and out of his house in Jackson Heights, Queens.
  100. You’ve just got to tell her, ‘Oh, oh, I went to the river and a wolf was there, and he gave me such a fright I soiled my dress, and the waterskin––the wolf ate it.
  1. It has rocks and soils.
  2. What waves and soils exuding?
  3. Good virgin soils hold an abundance of.
  4. Clay soils retain water, so they need less.
  5. Who has created soils and stones on this earth?!.
  6. Superstitions linger longest on these heavy soils.
  7. The Scriptures refer to soils, trees, pruning, and.
  8. Lime is usually added to acid soils to increase soil pHs.
  9. In her heart were the moist soils of Eden, full of music.
  10. Light soils need more water because they drain so rapidly.
  11. Other elements to add to your soils to lower the pH levels are:.
  12. Soils lay destroyed for years to come, each ocean thickened from its dead.
  13. The vine is more affected by the difference of soils than any other fruit-tree.
  14. However, an adage says that ‘one finger soils the rest nine fingers with oil dirt stain.
  15. Also, in the parable of the four soils, we see that a successful life requires deep roots.
  16. All ZSCIA agents, workers and representatives deployed in foreign soils should be called back at once.
  17. Roots must always be firm, and should act as a perfectly well staged infrastructure holding all soils together.
  18. It is advisable to plant directly into the soils, cover the seeds with a thin layer of garden soil and keep it moist.
  19. If they did prove the soils of the dead are alive in sheol, they would prove that these souls are not in Hell or Heaven.
  20. One of Ariella's tutors spent a whole week describing to her the soils, drainage and grape varieties used for the growers.
  21. It came as a revelation to Sylvia that Beth’s concern was not with hard rocks but groundwater and the soils that contain it.
  22. Rock dust will help to increase the energy level of the soil and in turn will quickly raise the roses and the soils energy levels.
  23. It lacked the intensely blue atmosphere of the rival vale, and its heavy soils and scents; the new air was clear, bracing, ethereal.
  24. When the planet’s forests deplete the soils of nutrients, they begin to die off, releasing their stored carbon into the atmosphere.
  25. For amber, though at times found on the sea-coast, is also dug up in some far inland soils, whereas ambergris is never found except upon the sea.
  26. The different colors spoke of the various soils and minerals that the tree’s roots encountered, some harsh and stunting, some rich and nourishing.
  27. What is the point in providing food and shelter for an animal that just soils your furniture, makes your home smell bad, and ultimately dies?
  28. So, who has made the first tree produce the oil and made the fruit of the second sugary and good sustenance though there is nothing of that at all in their soils?
  29. When the Almighty God created the earth, He put in it all that is necessary for mankind’s life, such as minerals, stones, soils, water and seeds of various plants.
  30. Almost half the population had died, by her calculations; but one effect was that her remaining peasants were farming only the most fertile soils, so each man produced more.
  31. Spelman, it seemed, was habitually anxious at her husband's forays to foreign soils, for she voiced constant reminders towards him during the days leading up to his departure.
  32. Such a point of the field of battle devours more combatants than such another, just as more or less spongy soils soak up more or less quickly the water which is poured on them.
  33. Draining the swamps made the soils acid, deep-rooted trees died, canal banks collapsed with the unusually large volumes of water draining from the hinterland because of deforestation.
  34. If the earth with what it contains of seas, rivers, plains, mountains, soils, metals and stones approaches the sun, it will melt away in one moment, nay it will all evaporate and turn into smoke.
  35. Acid soils, created by draining melaleuca wetlands, had been attacking concrete foundations since the canals were first dug, and insurance companies had been refusing cover on some places for years.
  36. So when your Provider would, He animated the earth and sent life into its creatures, and then the water which God held in reservoirs began to flow, causing the crops to come out of the seeds which were buried in the soils.
  37. I just suspect that with all the chemical weapons used, the defoliants, the overall secrecy and loss of records from that era, there was probably a nasty mix of chemicals in the soils and water when our ancestors resettled the region.
  38. Dead poisoned bodies which otherwise might have led a healthy life without exposure to the abominations Science is frantically spewing out into the waters of the Earth, the soils of the Earth and the atmosphere of the Earth… All thanks to the great god of Science.
  39. Why, haven’t the Quran-bred jihadi chickens let loose on Israel come home to hatch the Islamic fidayeen in Iran and Iraq not to speak of Afghanistan and Pakistan? However, the Sunni muftis and the Shia ayatollahs have yet to come up with a fatwa to stop the internecine killings on the sacred soils of Islam.
  40. In attempting to account for the failure of the well-waters, it was supposed by some that the earthquakes had produced such changes in the loose texture of the soils, that the veins of water which used to supply the wells, had sunk beneath the level of these reservoirs; but on this head it is to be observed, that there was no remarkable failure of water for one or two years after these changes were supposed to have been effected.
  41. They are the suggestions I doubt not of thousands and tens of thousands of our hardy New England yeomanry; men who, when their country calls, at any wise and real exigency, will start from their native soils and throw their shields over their liberties, like the soldiers of Cadmus, "armed in complete steel;" yet men, who have heard the winding of your horn to the Canada campaign, with the same apathy and indifference with which they would hear in the streets the trilling of a jews-harp, or the twirring of a banjo.
  42. Where are these foods brought from? Who has created them? What are these different grains? Where are they brought from? Who has thrown them on the Earth surface? What are these soils on earth that they grow from? How were they formed? What are these Rivers? What are these Rains? What is this Sun? What are these Days and Nights? What are these continuous movements? What are these regular movements of the earth? What are these seasonal organized circulations? Yet, what is this ‘Hand’ that is controlling all these to bring about and guarantee my life, giving me fresh air, pure water, nutriments and continuous living? Aren’t all those (the universe) working within rules and regulations? Who is controlling this uniVerse, How Great is He Who controls it! Having the highest power ruling and steering all the heavens or skies and the whole earth even an atom does not sink into oblivion.

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