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This year we could use a little vernal harmony as we emerge like moles into the sunlight after 12 months of shutdowns and loss.
WHAT WE LEARNED ABOUT OURSELVES IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE PANDEMICSUSANNA SCHROBSDORFFFEBRUARY 28, 2021TIME
Happy it was beyond any other time, except perhaps a few vernal days of boyhood, but it was unmarked by any incidents.
JULIAN HOMEDEAN FREDERIC W. FARRAR
It took them nearly two hours to get there, as they rowed leisurely, and enjoyed the luxury of the vernal air.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
When the vernal or autumnal storms delay to break, they are gathering strength; hoarding up their fury for more sure destruction.
TOILERS OF THE SEAVICTOR HUGO
We now begin to expect our vernal migration of ring-ousels every week.
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF SELBORNE, VOL. 1GILBERT WHITE
Intergradation occurs with the latter subspecies at Vernal, Uintah County, in cranial measurements and in color.
SPECIATION IN THE KANGAROO RAT, DIPODOMYS ORDIIHENRY W. SETZER
We gave to this our untimely welcome long before the snowdrop came, and the golden name of daffodil has lost its vernal sound.
CERES' RUNAWAYALICE MEYNELL
Those that are so fortunate, remain torpid till the vernal sun recalls them to life and action.
THE BOOK OF CURIOSITIESI. PLATTS
Wilson was evidently familiar with this vernal drumming of the woodpeckers, but quite misinterprets it.
A YEAR IN THE FIELDSJOHN BURROUGHS
The rains which elsewhere had flooded the lowlands here but enlivened the vernal freshness of the scene.
UNDER THE ROSEFREDERIC STEWART ISHAM

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