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The Potato is planted very sparingly south of Piedmont, and not so commonly there as in Savoy.
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A few small rocks of some soft stone may be added, and in between these the Ferns are planted.
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By a voice he saith: Hear me, ye divine offspring, and bud forth as the rose planted by the brooks of waters.
The result was that some 40 rebels were killed, others taken prisoners, and the remainder escaped into the planted fields.
Potatoes also are extensively planted, and I never saw a more vigorous growth.
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There are some other trees planted, and many small, thrifty forests, such as I had hardly seen before on the Continent.
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It happened that an unusually large crop had been planted and was approaching maturity at the moment of the outbreak of the war.
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He was between the wheels when we stopped, and I planted a crutch on one of his bare feet and embraced him.
They lived at first in a tent; no time to build a house, till the wheat and vegetables were planted.
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The sentinels were planted at their posts; each on the ramparts of the curtain that ran between the towers.

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