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1. The seeds will sprout in a few days.
2. The seeds will sprout in 3 days after they are sown.
3. Leaf-shoots were beginning to sprout on the hawthorn.
4. Trees were starting to sprout new leaves.
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5. Light green buds sprout from the trees in spring.
6. I wished I could just sprout wings and fly away.
7. The seeds sprout into small, hairlike seedings.
8. I wish I could sprout wings and fly away.
9. New antlers began to sprout again.
10. When do deer first sprout horns?
11. You can sprout the seeds fast by soaking with warm water.
12. The onions are beginning to sprout .
13. When the seedlings sprout,(sentencedict.com) uncover the tray.
14. A chemical sprout inhibitor should be used for long term storage.
15. Superior products would evolve and stiff competition would sprout up as Roundup patent protections expired around the globe.
16. We were going to have an 80-foot Brussels sprout flying above Battersea Power Station - and it nearly happened!
17. The khaki scouts sprout in number, appearing from nowhere.
18. A sprout can take just so much and then no more.
19. Buds sprout in the spring.
20. Where every plant to sprout is known in advance because you put it there.
21. Move the pots outside when the seeds begin to sprout.
22. It takes about three days for the seeds to sprout.
23. It only takes a few days for beans to sprout.
24. At the age of fourteen John really began to sprout up.
25. It was 20 years old when I began to sprout a moustache.
26. Not the bottle that guarantees to turn your grey hair black or make your bald pate sprout again, but something else.
27. More links between the distant parts of the globe began to sprout up all over.
28. No ray of sunshine is ever lost but the green that it awakens takes time to sprout, and it is not always given the sower to see the harvest. Albert Schweitzer
29. The berries are then warmed over slowly burning peat fires until they sprout, a development that converts their starches into sugars.
30. The snags offer safe nesting sites for birds, as thousands of young trees and plants sprout up on the surrounding riverbank.
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