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Complicating the matter is that a whole bunch of these folks are simply new to the idea of having a reciprocal relationship with natural places and aren’t yet well versed in stewardship.
TO PERMIT OR NOT TO PERMIT?SHAWNTÉ SALABERTAPRIL 15, 2021OUTSIDE ONLINE
Everyone seems well versed in the menu, if not always in who gets what dish.
As a brilliant conversationalist and well-versed political economist he has few rivals in his country.
He was deeply versed in Saxon literature and published a work on the antiquity of the English church.
I knew the names of things and was well versed in the theory and statistics of repairs and renewals, but that was all.
Somehow, I knew deep down in my own heart, ill versed as I was in such things, that I should never send her such a gift myself.
But although they are all sufficiently versed in British politics, their interest is very casual.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
She also was well versed in Latin, in which language she composed several pieces.
Will any antiquary versed in Celtic customs explain whether this claim of possession grew out of any Celtic usage of tenancy?
Most ladies are so versed in love affairs, as to understand the symptoms at a glance;—is not your eye sufficiently practiced?
ALONEMARION HARLAND

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