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He's a vegetarian," remarked the Tiger, as the horse began to munch the clover.
There ain't much clover in Carlisle this year of any kind of leaf.
The clover crop depends on there being plenty of bumble-bees, because they are the only insects with tongues long enough to--to--fer-- fertilize--I think he called it the blossoms.
The clover fields along the harbor shore were whitening in the western wind, and Captain Jim had one of his finest sunsets on exhibition.
Eevery Saturday night the Clover Leaf Social Club gave a hop in the hall of the Give and Take Athletic Association on the East Side.
Anna and Jimmy were among the first Clover Leafs to arrive that evening.
The young men of the Clover Leaf Club pinned not their faith to the graces of person as much as they did to its prowess, its achievements in hand-to-hand conflicts, and its preservation from the legal duress that constantly menaced it.
She led him around the room, presenting him to each new-arriving Clover Leaf.
The Clover Leaf young men, after two years of blindness, suddenly perceived charms in Miss Toole.
That they were only sowing the clover on fifteen acres, not on all the forty-five, was still more annoying to him.
But the peasants were carrying the oats in spaces when they might simply let the slide down into the lower granary; and arranging for this to be done, and taking two workmen from there for sowing clover, Levin got over his vexation with the bailiff.
And then eight hundred acres of wheat, three hundred of potatoes, and four hundred of clover, and not one acre exhausted.
Absorbed in such dreams, carefully keeping his horse by the hedges, so as not to trample his young crops, he rode up to the laborers who had been sent to sow clover.
Bounderby's retreat, where, notwithstanding her anchorite turn of mind based upon her becoming consciousness of her altered station, she resigned herself with noble fortitude to lodging, as one may say, in clover, and feeding on the fat of the land.
It's a pleasant spot; and a man with coals and candles and a pound a week might be in clover here.