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greensward

Turf, green with grass, usually well-tended.
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In the center of the greensward a young woman sat upon a little mound of earth, and beside her sat a young giant.
We had broken suddenly into a lovely glade of greensward surrounded by ancient trees.
It is why, when most people amass enough filthy lucre, they move to the suburbs and cultivate a large, useless lawn, as if the greensward alone could buy them salvation.
In this first novel of the trilogy, Lewis's wardrobe becomes a British Columbian ferry that transports Tenn to another realm, the Greensward.
Air Cadet Flight Sergeant Jamie Gutteridge, from 1869 (Middlesbrough) Squadron, was awarded a bursary from the Greensward Charitable Trust.
Pictures of mud and puddles after Easter were replaced by a scene of idyllic summer greensward that sparkled pristine before its trial by pounding hoof, with swallows swooping low across the paddock to signal summer has not yet passed.
Kings, presidents, maharajahs and pimply youths in the sixth form, 11 shone in resplendent white against a background of elegantly tonsured greensward.
Westwood soon sliced to first slip but Varun Chopra and William Porterfield several times fluently dispatched the crimson rambler over the vivid Edgbaston greensward in the closing overs to promise riches today.
Increasing the speed limit on sections of Williamson Road and Greensward Road in Tamborine from 60km/h to 70km/h.
Golf clubs appreciate that their most valuable asset is the softly undulating greensward upon which us golfers hack our way around and, while economic conditions may be improving, the process is proving painfully slow - too slow for many clubs, the majority of whom cannot currently borrow money from their banks.
Stretching along Clacton's well kept cliff top greensward there is on site catering, trade stands entertainment and attractions.
I recall sunset descents with my son Will after completing extreme rock-climbs on the same cliff; and nights spent sleeping out on greensward by its dark fairy lake, where the legend of waking as poet or madman truly locates.