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It is a deep rooter, fine large plant and a nice, solid berry, and I have never seen any blight or rust on the plants.
TREES, FRUITS AND FLOWERS OF MINNESOTA, 1916VARIOUS
From behind the other closed doors, the merry voices of the checker-players and rooter grew very audible.
V. V.'S EYESHENRY SYDNOR HARRISON
I couldn't tell you why, but there was hate of us as sailor-men in the very turn of the rooter's body as he walked the deck.
THE LAST ENTRYWILLIAM CLARK RUSSELL
You are a very useful rooter up of error, Baldwin; but you leave one's soul as dry and barren and useless as sea shingle.
BELCAROVERNON LEE
When roar once again subsided into waiting suspense a strong-lunged Wayne rooter yelled, “Watch him run!”
THE YOUNG PITCHERZANE GREY
There were four of us by this time, his granddaughter and the Reed "rooter," besides the Canton man and myself.
STORIES THAT END WELLOCTAVE THANET
The "rooter" and I wormed our way through the crowd back to the seats which the kind Canton man had kept for us.
STORIES THAT END WELLOCTAVE THANET
Henry Rooter was not Wallie Torbin; but in possession of material such as this he could easily make himself intolerable.
GENTLE JULIABOOTH TARKINGTON
So did Henry Rooter, a little later that evening, after a telephoned conversation with the slave-driver.
GENTLE JULIABOOTH TARKINGTON
Louise went down town with her mother, so the team was deprived of the support of its feminine rooter on the eventful afternoon.
A SON OF THE CITYHERMAN GASTRELL SEELY
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