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gardening

[′gärd·ən·iŋ]
(astronomy)
A phenomenon in which the lunar regolith is constantly churning at a very slow rate because of successive impacts; the result is that bottom material is brought up to the top and surface material is buried.
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There is not a creature in all this part of the world who could in the least understand with what heart-beatings I am looking forward to the flowering of these roses, and not a German gardening book that does not relegate all tea-roses to hot-houses, imprisoning them for life, and depriving them for ever of the breath of God.
He said he should like to be married, because he was a-going in four-and-twenty, and had got a deal of gardening work, now Mr.
Well," said Miss Howard, drawing off her gardening gloves, "I'm inclined to agree with you.
From what I have seen of you when I have been gardening at mine, and you have been looking on, I have thought you (excuse me) rather too studious and delicate.
As evening thickened some of the gardening men and women gave over for the night, but the greater number remained to get their planting done, Tess being among them, though she sent her sister home.
A fine new style of gardening," said Joe, "and I'll import the idea to England.
d'Artagnan one day said, when we grow old we more often think of the adventures of our youth; but for some time past I have felt myself attracted towards the country and gardening.
She looked really glad to see me--her brown eyes beamed clear and kindly--she gave my hand another inestimable shake--the summer breezes waved her black curls gently upward from her waist--she had on a straw hat and a brown Holland gardening dress.