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I noticed no dementia on the part of Miss Maturin, who seemed to me a most cultivated and very charming young lady.

Burke came to London with a cultivated curiosity, and p. 144in no spirit of desperate determination to make his fortune.

Obiter DictaAugustine Birrell

Since then he has cultivated only that ungraspable forelock.

Forests and rivers, orchards and lakes, cultivated fields and beautiful villages adorned the landscape.

Hernando CortezJohn S. C. Abbott

A great deal of cotton is cultivated here, about thirty feet above the Lake.

He travelled abroad; and he cultivated poetry with the ardour he could even feel for the acquisition of words.

Potatoes were not as yet cultivated in New England, onions were not generally, and tomatoes were looked upon as poisonous.

In Ireland the cultivated portion of a holding is often no bigger relatively than that work-table on an acre of waste.

About IrelandE. Lynn Linton

That kept our minds busy and cultivated a feeling of reverence for Nature.

So far as I am aware, our trial at Miami is the first time this grass has ever been cultivated.

Florida: An Ideal Cattle StateFlorida State Live Stock Association

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