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Compared with more-traditional farms, Kaufman’s plots look somewhat scruffy.
A RECIPE FOR FIGHTING CLIMATE CHANGE AND FEEDING THE WORLDSARAH KAPLANOCTOBER 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The highway that links them follows the rail line, four undivided lanes with long, hypnotically straight stretches and no shoulders, just ditches and scruffy pine forest and sandy fields of peanuts.
HURTING IN WINDSOR: HOW A VIRAL POLICE PEPPER-SPRAY INCIDENT HAS ILLUMINATED RACIAL TENSIONS IN A SMALL VIRGINIA TOWNGREGORY S. SCHNEIDERAPRIL 15, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The hospital where I work as a research scientist in a synthetic biology lab is vaccinating all its staff, and excited voices from all sorts of people — scruffy graduate students, put-together receptionists — fill the air.
HOW THE CIA’S FAKE VACCINE PROGRAM IN PAKISTAN HELPED FUEL THE ANTI-VAX MOVEMENTHALA IQBALFEBRUARY 1, 2021VOX
All the tots are all well scrubbed and smiling, except for one scruffy little guy who’s giving the finger to the camera.
STYLE INVITATIONAL WEEK 1411: THE BACK END OF A BULWERPAT MYERSNOVEMBER 19, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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