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Natural grass is a wonderful thing for little bugs and sinkerball pitchers. -- Dan Quisenberry
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I finished grating a root and dropped the stub into a jar on the desk. Bloodroot is aptly named; the scientific name is Sanguinaria, and the juice is red, acrid, and sticky. The bowl in my lap was full of oozy, moist shavings, and my hands looked as though I had been disemboweling small animals. -- Diana Gabaldon
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Vagisil. Any one of them will give you another two to three inches drop on your curve ball. Of course if the umps are watching me real close I'll rub a little jalapeno up my nose, get it runnin', and if I need to load the ball up I just ... (wipes his nose) -- Eddie Harris
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Fenway Park, in Boston, is a lyric little bandbox of a ballpark. Everything is painted green and seems in curiously sharp focus, like the inside of an old-fashioned peeping-type Easter egg. -- John Updike
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Let's go get the slug gun and shoot some cats -- Louis Nowra
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Maggot, I'm going to pull a rabbit out of your hat! -- Soldier
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Like a glowworm golden, in a dell of dew, Scattering unbeholden its aerial blue Among the flowers and grass which screen it from the view. -- Percy Bysshe Shelley
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On turf and curb and bower-roof
The snow-storm spreads its ivory woof;
It paves with pearl the garden-walk;
And lovingly around the tatter'd stalk
And snivering stem its magic weaves
A mantle fair as lily-leaves. -- John Townsend Trowbridge
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I invent words you think you've heard - spray hopper or swag beetle. -- Jim Crace
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Come, my faux juggernaut, my nefarious loins! Slather every protuberance with arid zeal! -- Cassandra Clare
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If I ever wanted a gnome, I guess Id just stand out on my lawn for a while. -- Johnny Christ
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Who are you, who is so wise in the way of alien fungus? -- John Scalzi
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Oh, stow your whids, you dreary watering-pot, -- Marion Chesney
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the incessant seethe of grasses -- Sylvia Plath
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crawled like a blind slug into the
web -- Charles Bukowski
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He screamed. Mmm?' inquired the gentleman. I ... I would never presume to interrupt you, sir. But the ground appears to be swallowing me up.' It is a bog,' said the gentleman, helpfully. It is certainly a most terrifying substance. -- Susanna Clarke
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Fenugreek, Tuesday's spice, when the air is green like mosses after rain. -- Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
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I bleed Dodger blue and when I die, I'm going to the big Dodger in the sky. -- Tommy Lasorda
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A grass blade believes that men build palaces for it to grow in. Grass wedges its way between the closest blocks of marble and it brings them down. This power of feeble life which can creep in anywhere is greater than that of the mighty behind their cannons. -- Honore De Balzac
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Plowboy, Dick, who sometimes came into our field to pluck blackberries from -- Anna Sewell
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The turf shall be my fragrant shrine; My temple, Lord! that arch of thine; My censer's breath the mountain airs, And silent thoughts my only prayers. MOORE -- James Fenimore Cooper
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Fogged, bogged gates of Brume, barrier to my home; Timeless, faceless watchers loom, but I am allowed to roam. -- Christina Mercer
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I have an Alka-Seltzer bat. You know-plop, plop, fizz, fizz, when the pitcher sees me walking up there he says, 'Oh, what a relief it is'. -- Andy Van Slyke
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Urgh - essence of Millicent Bulstrode. -- J.k. Rowling
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The Federal Department of Odds and Ends: sweepus underum carpetae. -- Shaun Tan
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You have as much charm as a dead slug -- Suzanne Collins
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pocket lizard licker. -- Anonymous
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Bugrit! Millennium Hand and Shrimp -- Terry Pratchett
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[Footnote:] The Dotterel weighs only four ounces. It has long been a scientific riddle how so much wrong-headedness can manage to exist in so small a space. Still, there's the Least Gnatcatcher. -- Will Cuppy
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A chemical weevil," said Jesper, "But Wylan still hasn't named it. My vote is for the Wyvil."
"That's terrible," said Wylan.
"It's brilliant," Jesper winked. "Just like you. -- Leigh Bardugo
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I think coughing up slugs was quite hard. Ron has a scene where he has to cough up these giant slugs. -- Rupert Grint
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The world is full of damp rocks, with some very strange creatures hiding under them. -- John D. Macdonald
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Puddleglum's my name. But it doesn't matter if you forget it. I can always tell you again. -- C.s. Lewis
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Weaving spiders, come not here, Hence, you long legged spinners, hence! Beetles black, approach not here, worm nor snail, do no offense. -- William Shakespeare
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The humble Cumulus humilis - never hurt a soul. -- Gavin Pretor-Pinney
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The phrase 'sodomized by a bratwurst poltergeist' suddenly flew through my mind. -- David Wong
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The Great and Terrible Humbug, -- L. Frank Baum
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Our earthly ball a peopled garden. -- Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
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I think I like 'mundane' better than 'bloodsucker,'" Simon muttered.
"With Jace, you don't really get to choose your insulting nickname."
-Simon and Clary, pg.234- -- Cassandra Clare
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Toads, beetles, bats. -- Gary D. Schmidt
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The -- Ogden Nash
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Derek Randall bats like an octopus with piles -- Matthew Engel
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I was much entertained last summer with a tame bat, which would take flies out of a person's hand. -- Gilbert White
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jessamine. Flowering -- Kathy Reichs
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It is deep January. The sky is hard. The stalks are firmly rooted in ice. -- Wallace Stevens
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Hyacinth. Please forgive me. -- Vanessa Diffenbaugh
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These handkerchief gardens are a traditional German solution to apartment dwellers' yearning for a tool shed and a vegetable garden. They make a patchwork of green in odd corners of urban land, along train lines or canals or, as here, in the lee of the Wall. -- Anna Funder
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You know, one of these days, I'm actually going to take offense if people keep throwing out these slurs. And then things are going to get rather ugly. When we Skandians do take offense, we do it with a battleax. -- John Flanagan
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Underworld butt. -- Rick Riordan
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The farmer doesn't care for the pitchers' battle that resolves itself into a checkers game. The farmer loves the dramatic, and slugging is more dramatic than even the cleverest pitching. -- Home Run Baker
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The hideous god of war. -- William Shakespeare
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Eierkopf. Egghead. Because the big double-domed empty heads break so easily ... in the street brawls. -- Philip K. Dick
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In June the bush we call
alder was heavy, listless,
its leaves studded with galls,
growing wherever we didn't
want it. -- Denise Levertov
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The dandelion's pallid tube
Astonishes the grass,
And winter instantly becomes
An infinite alas. -- Emily Dickinson
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They kind of look like evil lawn gnomes -- Cassandra Clare
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The vegetation has crawled mile for mile towards the towns. It is waiting. When the town dies, the Vegetation will invade it, it will clamber over the stones, it will grip them, search them, burst them open with its long black pincers; it will bind the holes and hang its green paws everywhere. -- Jean-Paul Sartre
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Why, you boggle-eyed, flap-tongued, drag-bellied offspring of unmentionable algae! You seething little leprous blotch of bat-nibbled fungus! You cringing parasite on the underside of a dwarfish and ignoble worm! -- Lewis Padgett
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What grows [from] the dark soil of disappointment? -- Pam Munoz Ryan
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THE SECRET GARDEN -- Frances Hodgson Burnett
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fishhook. It's squiggly like a worm. Something's -- Caroline Fyffe
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That which God plants he will take care to keep watered. -- Matthew Henry
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But make no mistake: the weeds will win: nature bats last. -- Robert Pyle
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Grobanite makes me think of a type of harmless crustacean. -- Josh Groban
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I bequeath myself to the dirt to grow from the grass I love
If you want me again look for me under your boot-soles.
You will hardly know who I am or what I mean
But I shall be good health to you nonetheless
And filter and fibre your blood. -- Walt Whitman
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Where some god pissed a rain of reason to make things grow only to die, -- Charles Bukowski
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Asgard has fallen. The gods are dead. The old oaths have been broken. And tell all who will hear: the Valkyrie ride to war. -- Pierce Brown
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Sandworms ... you know I hate 'em! -- Beetlejuice
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the large buckets about the -- Martha Finley
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Thorn. Good demon overlord. -- Sherrilyn Kenyon
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Far, far below the deepest delvings of the dwarves, the world is gnawed by nameless things. -- J.r.r. Tolkien
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Since moving to Valhalla, I'd learned an impressive number of Old Norse cusswords. Meinfretr translated as something like stinkfart, which was, naturally, the worse kind of fart -- Rick Riordan
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Squirrelpaw!" Brambleclaw's -- Erin Hunter
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Get you gone, you dwarf,
You minimus of hindering knotgrass made,
You bead, you acorn! -- William Shakespeare
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Turn on the prudent ant thy heedful eyes. Observe her labors, sluggard, and be wise. -- Samuel Johnson
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Go to k the ant, O l sluggard; consider her ways, and m be wise. 7 n Without having any chief, o officer, or ruler, 8 she prepares her bread p in summer -- Anonymous
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lagophthalmos - a -- John Connolly
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Ragweed,wild oat,vetch,butcher grastrong>sstrong>strong>sstrong>,invaginate volunteer beanstrong>sstrong>,all headstrong>sstrong> gently nodding in a morning breeze like a mother'strong>sstrong> strong>sstrong>oft hand on your cheek ... -- David Foster Wallace
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A noble plant suites not with a stubborne ground. -- George Herbert
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Lord Macon:"Went for a wee nightly run. Needed peace and quiet. Needed air in my fur. Needed fields under my paws. Needed, oh I canna -hic- explain ... needed the company of hegehogs."
Professor Lyall:"And did you find it?"
Lord Macon:"Find what? No hedgehogs. Stupid hedgehogs. -- Gail Carriger
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Mountain bats, those massive serpentine creatures of myth. Those ancient scavengers of the battlefield. -- Susan Dennard
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Jezreel, God plants! -- Lailah Gifty Akita
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woollyheads and silvergrays, and am unable to understand -- Solomon Northup
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When the grass was closely mown,
Walking on the lawn alone,
In the turf a hole I found,
And hid a soldier underground.
Spring and daisies came apace;
Grasses hide my hiding place;
Grasses run like a green sea
O'er the lawn up to my knee. -- Robert Louis Stevenson
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She'd never seen a monster like that before, had never heard of one in all the Lore. When she grappled with the question of what it was, her sharply honed scientifical mind deduced one answer: manbearpig. -- Kresley Cole
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How can you defame mud when such a beautiful flower grows from it? -- Rza
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We'll teach it that the humblest insect measuring out its miserable days by the pug-wuggery and skull duggery of the old Slug of Time is worth far more than this defecating bubble! -- John Cowper Powys
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Seattle, the mild green queen: wet and willing, cedar-scented, and crowned with slough grass, her toadstool scepter tilted toward Asia, her face turned ever upward in the rain; the sovereign who washes her hands more persistently than the most fastidious proctologist. -- Tom Robbins
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The soft droppes of rain perce the hard marble. -- John Lyly
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'Mullygrubber' is an Australian term which means something that creeps along the ground; it's like a little grub. -- Richie Benaud
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Dead fields under a November sky, scattered rose petals brown and turning up at the edges, empty pools scummed with algae, rot, decomposition, dust ... -- Stephen King
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A plant similar to sorrel. The leaf can be chewed up and applied -- Erin Hunter
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gin daisy, which -- Erik Larson
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Splendiferous. That's your word. It's yellow with six legs and it's crawling up your arm. -- Natalie Lloyd
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Toad's ancestral home, won back by matchless valour, consummate strategy, and a proper handling of sticks. -- Kenneth Grahame
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The gods preferring their libations diluted with rainwater and mixed with freshly cut grass. -- Thomm Quackenbush
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Annabeth: Hey, Seaweed Brain. Percy: Will you stop calling me that? Annabeth: You know you love it. -- Rick Riordan
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Patience, grasshoper -- John Green
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I am Zebedee, lord of the woods! Bow down snail, I have dominion! -- Bill Bailey
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With base? with baseness? bastardy? base, base? -- William Shakespeare
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pilaster, probably meant to anchor a -- Anthony Doerr