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1. Evil weed is soon grown.
2. You should weed the garden before supper.
3. Nigel's such a weed, isn't he?
4. The weed had twined itself round the branches.
5. We must weed out the yellow flowers among the onions as soon as possible.
6. He is keen to weed out the many applicants he believes may be frauds.
7. He looks like a real weed in those shorts.
8. The pond is full of weed.
9. His pond has been choked by the fast-growing weed.
10. Tomorrow I have to weed the garden.
11. Large,(http://Sentencedict.com) clogging banks of weed are the only problem.
12. I wish I could give up the weed .
13. This chemical is found in most weed killers.
14. He saw the phosphorescence of the Gulf weed in the water.
15. The research will help governments to weed out ineffective aid schemes.
16. Scoop the blanket weed out and use it to line hanging baskets.
17. I have tried painting the young shoots with weed poisoner, but this does not kill them off.
18. I used weed killer to get rid of the weeds in the garden.
19. The pond water was strangled with poisonous weed.
20. Don't be such a weed!
21. But there is surprisingly little weed.
22. Not a weed dared to show its face.
23. Even then you'd be a weed or poison ivy.
24. Autumn residuals proved critical for good weed control.
25. Would the red weed affect the time machine?
26. Had the muddy weed really hit its mark?
27. On weed control for all the plots, the Novartis team had the edge.
28. The gardener estimated that it would take him four hours to weed the garden.
29. The first round of interviews only really serves to weed out the very weakest of applicants.
30. A small group of neo-Nazis have infiltrated the ranks. We must weed them out as soon as possible.