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|But they can't coerce them, and unless teachers, themselves, accept the invitation |
nothing will come of the invitation however cordial it ... Beecher once said "He
who hunts for flowers will find flowers; and he who loves weeds may find weeds.
|There is so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, that |
it ill behooves any of us to find fault with the rest ... Beaumarchais, Pierre De He
who hunts for flowers will finds flowers; and he who loves weeds will find weeds.
|Disinterested hunts the flower-field through, alive 049.4 Flower-fig. ... See also |
Blue-flowering. ... "Turning his name, then, flower-like o'er and o'erl 152.29 Used
to be tended, flower-like, every feature 176.33 — Which yet has ... He gave me
179.5 June reared that bunch of flowers you carry, 191.36 Flowers and grass
spring 'neath one's feet; 193.99 ... 331.47 — The flowers or the weeds 343.76
Past our reach; and, in the flowers 349.47 Bloomed fables — flowers on furze,
351.15 "And ...
|A popular blogger explains how to hunt, fish and forage for all kinds of wild foods and then provides recipes for preparing these natural delicacies--from Homemade Root Beer to Sardinian Hare Stew to Acorn-Flour Pasta.|
|Now if a man is a trapper, and no more, and he purchases the books on trapping, |
he is, strictly speaking, not educating ... he knew what had been discovered and
written about herbs and weeds and flowers by others, he might find that he knew
something ... He looks at some of the pictures, and after a while finds a book that
has a picture something like the bug. ... He keeps studying bugs ; if he gets real
enthusiastic, he will spend more time hunting bugs than in tending to business.
|—Helen Hunt. He said — and his observation was just— that a man on whom |
heaven hath bestowed a beautiful wife should be as ... or inferior man, he makes
her miserable, but seldom governs her mind or vulgarizes her nature; and if there
be love on his side, ... I believe that the really loving, good wife never finds it out.
... I will go root away The noisome weeds which without profi> suck The soil's
fertility from wholesome flowers. ... Weeping We weep and laugh, as we see
|But if you will examine it closely you will see that it is really quite beautiful—its |
blossoms are fine and in shape many of them resemble stars. ... I read the other
day that will interest and instruct you: “Everybody knows that some flowers do
look like little umbrellas, ... They are also called bird's nest weed because when
the flowers dry the umbel (or umbrella) folds up wrong side out, ... He reads your
Chair and maybe he might write you a letter, too, as I notice you do have some
|When a hermit-crab grows too large, or so fat that his shell pinches him, he hunts |
up a new one. First he pushes his long claws far into ... water is teeming with
minute animal life, they will get along nicely. Their favorite food consists of the
|The cut worm hasdestroyed thousands of young carnation plants this spring, and |
the question arises, how can we rid our land of this ... In conversation with Mr.
Sirene of the N. Y. Experimental Station located at jamaica, N. Y., I find that there
are several ... to deposit their eggs now and until fall, and that they always do so
in sod ground or where there are many weeds. ... Evidently the young man is in
earnest, but whether he is the boss or an employee I have no means of knowing,
and it ...