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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

It was clear starlight, and she sat down beside the newly sodded mound, and rested her brow upon it.
ALONEMARION HARLAND
It was built of masonry, and heavily sodded over all points exposed to fire.
So all her little crackling fires were sodded down with the sods of British respectability.
THE WHITE PEACOCKD. H. (DAVID HERBERT) LAWRENCE
A couple of peasant hand-carts were tilted on end, and the flooring sodded like the barrels.
GOLDEN LADSARTHUR GLEASON AND HELEN HAYES GLEASON
When their logs in their cabin walls had begun to warp, Dave and his father had sodded it up, quite to the eaves.
It will now be sodded, flower-beds will be laid out, and macadamized walks will surround the Drake Fountain.
He dug it up and smoothed it down and laid it out, and planted it with trees and sodded it.
THE MAN NEXT DOOREMERSON HOUGH
The top and sides of the jourta are covered outside with a quantity of earth and sodded.
The slope was sodded and terraced with rows of seats, and the spectators looked down upon the circular basin at the bottom.
This legend is believed by some Indians to refer to the Huff Site, whose heavily sodded lodge rings suggest great age.

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