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They’ve even swapped out rubber mats for artificial grass and managed to have enough space to properly separate stations for social distancing.
Remnants of the oldest known grass bedding, discovered in South Africa’s Border Cave, lay on the ashes of previously burned bedding, say archaeologist Lyn Wadley of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and her colleagues.
At the same time, he says, mussels provide nutrients that help the grasses grow.
We sit with her apart from one another in the grass of her apartment complex.
Prairies make a good place to live because they’ve got lots of soil, which the grass keeps from washing away.
When cows digest grass, some of their gut microbes make methane gas.
The grass had a delightful fragrance, like new-mown hay, and was neatly wound around the tunnel, like the inside of a bird's-nest.
DAVY AND THE GOBLINCHARLES E. CARRYL
She threw out her arms as if swimming when she walked, beating the tall grass as one strikes out in the water.
The weed growing over every water, and at the bank of the river, shall be pulled up before all grass.
Everywhere cattle were being sold for a trifle, as there was no grass upon which they could feed.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX

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