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1. The stubble was burning in the fields.
2. He rubbed the gray stubble on his chin.
3. His chin bore a thick growth of stubble.
4. His face was covered with the stubble of several nights.
5. He had two days' growth of stubble on his jaw.
6. Grey stubble covered his cheeks and chin.
7. Thrice happy Duck, employ'd in threshing Stubble!
8. The stubble on the back of my neck tingled.
9. Laughter rolls across the brush and stubble.
10. They were burning stubble and the smoke had bulged across the lane as we free-wheeled down into the dip.
11. The stubble was gone, and he was even wearing a tie - well, nearly.
12. Pests overwintering in stubble or soil are foiled by clearing stubble after harvest or letting the land lie fallow.
13. Kirilenko had light blue eyes, silvery stubble, the beginning of a sag to his lower jaw.
14. Spraying crops and burning stubble also provoke outcries from nearby residents.
15. The soldier is closer, his boots crush the stubble,(Sentence dictionary) his whip splits the air.
16. The stubble is not a superstitious concession to the streak.
17. Meanwhile Marcus's face, emerging from beneath the soiled stubble, was looking remarkably clean and young.
18. The white stubble on his fleshless jaw was a reproach to my twenty-four years and suddenly I felt an inadequate city-bred softie.
19. With the back of his hand, he rubbed the stubble on his chin.
20. He had a trendy haircut, an earring and designer stubble .
21. In the distance, a wisp of smoke rose from burning stubble.
22. There is a tall one with seven days of stubble, who wears a navy tracksuit and white polo.
23. The mowers went out into the little fields of wheat and oats, and the sheaves stood yellow in the stubble.
24. Maura rubbed her face against his cheek and felt his stubble scratching against her smooth skin.
25. That technique -- a form of so-called conservation tillage -- leaves dead stubble on the ground in place of neatly cleared rows.
26. He was imagining them as they scurried to and fro like rats, like rabbits, when farmers burnt the stubble off their fields.
27. It was rattan, dozens of broken ends of it, dangling down like stubble.
28. These include components valuable to birds, such as temporary grassland, spring sowing and winter stubble.
29. But they found that a tremendous amount of grain was lost by being shed on to the stubble.
30. I could hardly go to the home of this aristocratic young woman with stubble on my face.