Mother Nature


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Mother Nature

epitome of the earth, especially its more benevolent phenomena. [Pop. Cult.: Misc.]
See: Earth
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So, a big "thank-you" to Mother Nature for putting these con merchants in their places.
Before its too late wake up or you will see That I am Mother Nature so please don't fool with me, Take in a lovely sunset, appreciate blue skies, Remember human hands destroy then it's too late for sights, When all that I loaned you is ground into the dust Because you did not heed me well, you all betrayed my trust.
Mother Nature has an awful habit of wreaking deadly revenge when neglected.
Polished has been coping well with the recession, but Mother Nature seems to be giving us a helping hand.
I can almost understand their chagrin but I find myself rooting for Mother Nature.
I feel that man can become part of Mother Nature and God only when he is free from evil spirits.
Believe it or not you can never be sure of what Mother Nature has in store
How Mother Nature Flowered The Fields Of Earth And Mars
With all due respect to Dinah, this year the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival celebrates its 30th year of pleasuring generations of lesbians on women-owned land under summer skies with great music, fabulous crafts, culture, and political workshops, all blessed by Mother Nature and energized by volunteer power.
So keep those air filter elements as dry as you can when Mother Nature throws a little slop your way.
only for Mother Nature to throw a drought into the mix which prevented its widespread infestation.
1818, a lone figure appears, back to the viewer, facing the sublimity of Mother Nature in the form of an uprooted stump and a blank wall of fir trees.