In others the petty tyrants whom thc Visconti had uprooted reappeared.
He was a little lost, like they had been after their lives were uprooted by their parent's deaths.
Within a few months the ageing master uprooted himself from Milan, and moved with his chattels and retinue of pupils to Rome, into the service of the house that first befriended him, the Medici.
Already in 982 Maelsechlainn had invaded Thomond and uprooted the venerable tree under which the Dalcais rulers were inaugurated.
The 10th of August uprooted his party, his paper and his friends, and the management of relatives who kept him out of the way in Normandy alone saved him from the massacre of September.
At its close the green must be carefully examined, weeds uprooted, worn patches re-turfed, and the whole laid under a winter blanket of silver-sand.
Heavy taxation, however, amounting to 55% of the value of the wine, broke the spirit of the viticulturists, most of whom uprooted their vines and replanted their lands with mulberry trees, making sericulture their occupation.
The victims of this process were the urban proletariat, whose treatment by their employers in trade became less and less protective and beneficent, and the nobility, straitened in their financial resources, uprooted from their ancient strongholds, and gradually despoiled of their power by a monarchy based On popular support.
uprooted tree with its roots in the air.
multicaulis was found to be no golden tree, and the costly plantations were uprooted.
bulldozed, trees uprooted, settler attacks and blockaded areas.
There was an old saying that people who uprooted the mandrake would die within a year.
putrescent matter, uprooted weeds, and the remains of fish and mollusks.
Many small saplings have been uprooted or cut down to make lines easier.
sappy cedar tree, he was uprooted in the palace where he used to sleep (?
uprooted tree stumps are arranged to form a natural sculpture that provides a safe haven for woodland plants and wildlife.
uprooted a weed than it grows back!
uprooted plants struggling to survive in a pot " .
uprooted over 28,000 cashew trees.
Hoe or hand pull before flowering, easily uprooted.
He added that if all went well, by 2005, polio would be completely uprooted from the country.
Unfortunately Queen Anne, who hated yew, had it all uprooted and redesigned the garden.
uprooted by hand or by hoeing, remove the debris if flowers and seed-pods are present.
The stagnant water contains putrescent matter, uprooted weeds, and the remains of fish and mollusks.
As if he were a sappy cedar tree, he was uprooted in the palace where he used to sleep (?
You have uprooted an old kindness, sir, with an unsparing hand.
Here, uprooted tree stumps are arranged to form a natural sculpture that provides a safe haven for woodland plants and wildlife.
No sooner have you uprooted a weed than it grows back !
It is like a great uprooted tree with its roots in the air.
Our children are like uprooted plants struggling to survive in a pot .
Israeli occupation had uprooted the Palestinian people from their lands.
The storm swamped 23,000 hectares of crops, and uprooted over 28,000 cashew trees.
The small number of Palestinian Arabs who were not uprooted by the Zionists in 1948 are at present refugees in their own homeland.
It is easily uprooted by hand or by hoeing, remove the debris if flowers and seed-pods are present.
This will discourage the roots from spreading out and cause a weak plant that is easily uprooted.
Larger plants may be used to shield plants from heavy winds or strong sun and prevent the more tender plants from being uprooted or from wilting.
Low yields resulting from coulure resulted in it eventually being uprooted.
He successfully has uprooted and replanted some of the old vines while preserving many of the best, particularly the Petite Sirah.
Summerland follows the lives of the uprooted children, their aunt and her three housemates as they struggle to cope with their new living situation and adjust to life as an extended quasi-family.
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