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The writer, who knew Oats, has heard him tell similar stories of the rival engineers.
Oats, Captain Trevithick's head boiler-maker, was constructing the boilers; Woolf came into the yard, and examined them.
It has been obtained for chemical examination, principally from peas and beans, and from the almond and oats.
She rubbed down the pony, gave him his oats and a warm bed, and returned with a sadder heart to the house than when she left it.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
Peruvian guano is most advantageously applied as a top-dressing to young corn and particularly to oats.
The crops raised in England and Scotland consist principally of wheat, oats and various kinds of grasses.
You will forgive me, my dear, when I say that I think your husband has already sown a sufficiently large crop of wild oats.
Jehosophat, Marmaduke, and Hepzebiah eat oats too but theirs are flattened out and cooked.
SEVEN O'CLOCK STORIESROBERT GORDON ANDERSON
After rubbing them down in fancy, Roger gives his horses an imaginary feed of oats.
The farmer caught up a huge flail with which he was wont to thresh out his oats.
HUNTED AND HARRIEDR.M. BALLANTYNE

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