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As one of the fruits of polygamy, the children of different mothers are always in a state of variance.

The tree shakes down its fruits, and the mind sheds forth its thoughts.

A Man's Value to SocietyNewell Dwight Hillis

Besides these here are many sorts of fruits which I have not met with anywhere but here; as arisahs, mericasahs, petangos, etc.

As fruits of a crowded and exciting summer Champlain could point to a group of three two-storeyed buildings.

The fruits are large and have a thick coating of fibrous pulp, which is cooked and eaten or made into jelly.

Certainly there was in the autumn of 1898 no decided opinion as to what should be done with the fruits of Dewey's victory.

History of the United StatesCharles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard

Even now we have our foretaste of its refreshing waters and the fruits that are for the healing of the nations.

Germany has been drying her vegetables and fruits far more than we.

Food Guide for War Service at HomeKatharine Blunt, Frances L. Swain, and Florence Powdermaker

He experimented for himself in the culture of fruits and flowers—notably in grape-culture and wine-making.

With all fruits the drying process is much the same, though peaches, apples, and pears are first peeled.

History of CaliforniaHelen Elliott Bandini

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