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(1) Clear leaves and other debris from the sward.
(2) The sward is bared very closely.
(3) An open sward was as smooth as any well - kept lawn.
(4) A graceful creeper along the narrow strip of sward that edged the rice - field on our right.
(5) A man's tongue is his sward. He who stirs another's porridge often burn his own.
(6) Which does arbor, bush[Sentencedict.com ], sward cultivating growth in Jiangsu suitable have?
(7) The main snag is that damage usually goes unnoticed until large bare patches start to appear in the crop or sward.
(8) If the paddocks can be topped and harrowed after each grazing, a more even, tussock-free sward can be maintained.
(9) On the west lawn a large motor mower progressed slowly across the sward shaving off the last half-millimetre of grass before perfection.
(10) A less direct method is to encourage the growth of clovers in the sward.
(11) The further one can extend the grazing season in spring and autumn, without damage to soil or sward, the better.
(12) Second, there must be a constant supply of water to the sward even during long spells of dry weather.
(13) They are used to cut up turf and consolidate a seed-bed, particularly after ploughing an old sward.
(14) As all these, including buddleia, flower in their second year they soon supply more seeds to the young sward.
(15) Light grazing or over grazing lead to deteriorative succession of artificial sward.
(16) Rat, lingering, looked long and doubtfully at certain hoof - marks deep in the sward.
(17) A lady in full feather approached the sentinel on the sward.
(18) There, in a very secluded and shaded spot, under a spreading white pine, there was yet a clean, firm sward to sit on.
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