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That hardiness, though, is one reason they’re typically not used in baked goods, where they can be too tough.
From then on there is a steady increase in crop and hardiness for many years.
Next in line of hardiness and reliability is the Weschcke hickory.
And, like the Cut-Leaved Birch, it is ironclad in its hardiness.
AMATEUR GARDENCRAFTEBEN E. REXFORD
Varieties of specially good flavor would be given special thought, even though they might lack in hardiness or productivity.
He who carries the diamond upon him, it gives him hardiness and manhood, and it keeps the limbs of his body whole.
And that one of the three should pass his father as much as the lion passeth the leopard, both of strength and hardiness.
He must not fear danger, yet without fool-hardiness; but he must fear disgrace, and fear and hate sin.
A FORGOTTEN HEROEMILY SARAH HOLT
Be wise and suspicious: blindness or fool-hardiness will lead you into the snare.
An American variety, with vigor, hardiness, and freedom in blooming.
PARSONS ON THE ROSESAMUEL BROWNE PARSONS

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