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set down according to a plan:"a carefully laid table with places set for four people"

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Although jack pine is known to be tolerant of drought (Schoenike, 1962; Rudolph and Laidly, 1990; Asselin et al., 2003), our planting experiment revealed that the survival of jack pine seedlings was enhanced by soil moisture near the wet panne (Table 1, Fig.
Dr Jordan is perhaps the first to connect a version of his cult (the planting of a staff which became a tree) at Little Langford Church with both the local legend of'The Maid and the Maggot' and the Northumbrian tradition of the Laidly Worm.
resinosa are relatively shade intolerant and do not usually persist for long in mixed forest in the absence of disturbance, especially fire (Rudolf 1990, Rudolph and Laidly 1990).
She said that "when Brown went to the Laidly street house one day, after he had been there several times to collect money, Teresa told him to hang his coat in the closet.