dampish


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slightly wet

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Ferns and sphagnum moss carpeting the dampish floor baffle and dampen sounds.
Hussain and Taylor fought doggedly and both made 42, Younis bashed 19 at the end and once again Alsop was in his element on a dampish late season strip, barely sending down a loose ball and extracting extravagant movement at times.
My preferred option is to sow them in trays outdoors, keep them dampish and thin them out in mid July.
The 48-year-old said: "We have had a lot of rain and it feels dampish in the arena.
It's not the cloth's fault but we've had a lot of rain and it feels dampish in the arena," said the 48-year-old.
Kondo confesses, "I love Gale and there is only a dream on a cool pillow and masturbation between two cool dampish feeling sheets" (ms.
In a dampish, semi-wild area, the British native ramsons, Allium ursinum provides interesting ground cover, growing up to 22cm (9in) tall.
They can be up to 10 inches down and finding them can depend on the type of soil, with dampish soil being best, the quality of the metal detector and the way they are lying.
It was kept throughout the year in a dampish bedroom cupboard.