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The nuts are not always eaten on the spot, for, like their famous California cousins, the Redheads store up food for winter use.

Plants, on their side, store up their food largely as starch, no more alive than that in a package from the grocers.

Natural WondersEdwin Tenney Brewster

Her Uncle Seth kep' a store up t' Davenport and he give her them furs.

Or is it that we may store up in our minds what these great ones said and did upon occasions that may occur to us some day?

He will store up electricity in batteries to be used at his will.

Rambles with John BurroughsRobert John De Loach

Most of the party managed to store up enough courage by day to last well into the darker and more mysterious hours.

Why cannot we, too, store up nuts and have food for the winter as the squirrels do?

Going to the men she bade them store up the materials intact, that they might be re-erected if desired.

Two on a TowerThomas Hardy

"Why, I thought they were going to store up the water in spring, and draw it off in the summer," said Mrs. Dunstall.

Screened by the drooping foliage, the shirking menial cast his body on the grass to store up energy for anticipated toil.

A Dream of EmpireWilliam Henry Venable

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