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Back in the swamp, Todd comes face to face with Viola, a young girl who has crash-landed on New World in a small scouting craft, ahead of an incoming ship of new planetary settlers.
Nitrogen and phosphorus from eating insects allows sundews to thrive in places where most plants can’t survive, like the acidic, nutrient-poor soil of swamps and bogs.
David Thomas, my great-grandfather, was a runaway slave who fled from North Carolina through swamps and woods to find safety in the hills of Virginia.
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About 85% of palm-oil production occurs in Indonesia and Malaysia, and the conversion of peat swamps into palm-oil plantations produces as much greenhouse-gas pollution as nearly half of the global aviation industry.
Some ancient Romans also thought that tiny creatures in swamps could make people sick.
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The wave caused by the explosion swamped the submarine and it and its crew found a watery grave.
The waves ran high and the boats were in great danger of being swamped.
I thought we were swamped as I clung desperately to the tiller, though thrown violently against the boom.
He might have been swamped by an uprising of the whole convention, but strange to say the convention was intent upon hearing him.
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Had our craft been a dug-out boat, as I originally intended it to be, we must inevitably have been swamped.

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