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But where the roots are thus hindered from going deeper, they branch out more in their search for food.

In fact, if I had a little more I could branch out—I'm a sort of a little tree now—like one of those saplings they set out.

The sori are in the form of lines which branch out from the lower part of the pinnule in a fan-shaped manner.

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Five roads of leading interest (besides many a cheering byway among the hills) branch out from the walls of Beyrout.

The spinal nerves consist of thirty-one pairs, which branch out from the spinal cord.

With it they were enabled to branch out and not only improve their home plant but put up factories elsewhere.

But now he took rooms and began to branch out; he had the best horses, the richest viands, and the choicest wines in the place.

They are attached at the other end and branch out as if to run to several extremely fine divisions of the nerves.

It is only when they begin to evolve, to branch out, that the two systems present differences.

Then after awhile my activities began to sprout and branch out, and the direction they took was boys.

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