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Another favorite method of collecting moths early in the evening, or as late as or later than midnight, is by sugaring.
When she reached home, Mrs. Dayton was sugaring blackberries and placing the dishes on the waiter.
HELEN GRANT'S SCHOOLDAYSAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
Sugaring is the next attraction, and a very important one it is.
The Sabbath that followed the sugaring-off was to Maimie the most remarkable Sabbath of her life up to that day.
He would never see the moonlight falling through the trees as it fell that night of the sugaring-off, without thinking of her.
The man that collects the ashes from the alley asked Pa if he had lost anything, and Pa said he was only ‘sugaring off.’
The sugaring season extended well into April, and the returning birds made the precincts of our camp joyful with their songs.
INDIAN BOYHOOD[AKA OHIYESA], CHARLES A. EASTMAN
Before the modern evaporator came into use "sugaring off" always occurred at night.
HOW WE ARE FEDJAMES FRANKLIN CHAMBERLAIN
When I think of that phase of the sugaring, I am face to face with one of the greatest perils of my life.
EBEN HOLDENIRVING BACHELLER
Imagine the joy of little Oisette when she was allowed to go to a sugaring off with her little English neighbors.

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