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They, however, had no intention of trenching on David's slender stock without returning an equivalent.
If I am not trenching upon forbidden ground, might I ask a few more questions concerning this scheme of yours?
JOYCE'S INVESTMENTSFANNIE E. NEWBERRY
Brieg Siege is done only three days ago; Castle all lying black; and the new trenching and fortifying hardly begun.
A few dances will suffice to show her interest in the entertainment, without unduly trenching on the attention due to her guests.
As the tops are not required, trenching is unnecessary, otherwise the cultivation is the same as for celery.
While the trenching of my vineyard was going on, Billy Nicholls looked over the fence, and gave his opinion about it.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
Without waiting a minute, the men set to work with their trenching tools.
Hastily-made graves, turned out with small trenching tools, how I wish you were much deeper!
Then a swift fear took her of disloyalty, of hastiness, of self-confidence trenching on cruelty.
Tren′cher; Trench′-plough, a plough for trenching or turning up the land more deeply than usual.

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