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The tawny yellow mulberry leavesare always goldfinches tumblingacross the lawn like extreme elation.
RECALLING A PANDEMIC YEAR WITH POETRY AND MACHINE LEARNING ARTSETH BLANCHARD, SHIKHA SUBRAMANIAM, LEO DOMINGUEZAPRIL 22, 2021WASHINGTON POST
He urged the growing of mulberry trees and the propagation of silk worms, as being of more value than tobacco.
Every house has a garden, and many of them mulberry orchards, a wood, and pleasure-grounds.
She was the one who had the magnificent mulberry-tree in her garden.
MARY GRAYKATHARINE TYNAN
Mulberry opened the door and he and Gladys betook themselves from the study.
"No dear I dont think so, they tire me if I have them every night" replied Mulberry.
"No doubt of it" said Mulberry and with that Lawrence disappeared into the hall.
We do not know when the Mulberry, which is an Eastern tree, was introduced into England, but probably very early.
There is no doubt that Morum was a Blackberry as well as a Mulberry in classical times.
Much fruit is raised, also tobacco, and in 1835 the mulberry was introduced, so the silk industry flourishes.
ARGENTINAW. A. HIRST

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