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The points chosen were state-owned lands that were untilled and uncultivated.
These Red Sox are writing new franchise history, plowing previously untilled soil.
But as much as there is in this novel, there is also a good amount of untilled earth." KATIE CROUCH
One field was 'strip tilled' with nitrogen fertilizer placed in a band in the soil, while another field was left untilled with a surface application of nitrogen fertilizer.
Pierce's tracing of the relationship between place and self in Bowen's Court, Seven Winters, and The Last September demonstrates the importance of setting as a living entity, thus deconstructing an anthropomorphic critical lens, a move also performed by Greg Winston in his essay on George Moore's The Untilled Field.
The Untilled Garden: Natural History and the Spirit of Conservation in America, 1740-1840, by Richard W.
The group took charge of the nice chunk of chest-high grassland two years ago, under the auspices of the Eugene nonprofit Huerto de la Familia - "the family garden" in Spanish - and, with a lot of advice, grants and elbow grease, transformed the rich soil, which qualified as organic after being untilled and unspoiled for more than 40 years, into the largest plot of organic black cap raspberries in Oregon.
There is a second issue that Carpenter touches upon but leaves largely untilled. Since we do not have to hunt to survive, why should we hunt at all?
The economy of Oser's argument leaves very little ground untilled, and this instance is no exception.
The fruit yield in the manual and tractor plots were 67 and 157% higher than on the untilled plots.
Objectivity of tone, allied with their topographical grounding, invites us to read McGahern's last two novels, especially, as quasi-documentary records, in the tradition of George Moore's The Untilled Field (1903) and Joyce's Dubliners (1914), often cited as founding texts of Irish naturalism.
[There.] All along, next to the dirt/mud path to the side, like a trenched--An untilled bed.