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Some writers state that each cell contains about one thousand seeds.
The seeds, however, are so small that the variety to which they belong cannot be determined except by planting or sowing them.
The seeds of some species are of a dark brown while others are of a lighter shade.
Because it appears that in that ancient Accadian civilisation lie the seeds of many Bible laws and legends.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
Here and there are left a few plants without having their tops broken off, in order that they may afford seeds for another year.
The latter proportion occurs chiefly in the roots and tubers, but it is also abundant in all seeds and in the grasses.
The straws, stems, and leaves contain it in comparatively small quantity, but in the seeds of all plants it is very abundant.
The seeds did well in the hands of all the superintendents, who reported very favorably on the plants raised from them.
He had some sinister motive in thus endeavouring to plant seeds of suspicion within her mind.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
To these succeed small round capsules, inside of which are three small chambers containing a great number of light red seeds.

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pecuniaryadjective | [pi-kyoo-nee-er-ee ]SEE DEFINITION