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bramble

bramble Sentence Examples

  • The branches of the trees slithered overhead while brush and bramble scampered out of his way.

  • Katie frowned.  In the course of a day, Gabe had gone from emotional to unaffected when discussing Death.  He was distracted, and she felt like she was talking to someone completely different.  Blaming herself for taking his mind off of their survival, she fell silent and followed him.   Briars and branches caught her pant legs, and she found herself slowing to push more and more of the jungle's flora out of the way.  Gabe, too, began to struggle with the bramble, and she noticed the jungle no longer laid their path before him.  Instead of clearing away to allow them passage, it stayed where it was, obstructing them.

  • Katie rolled onto her stomach, almost too tired to get up.  The sky and jungle were growing dark.  Through the bramble, she saw the marble palace.  Death's palace.  Katie's heart beat harder as she looked at her destination, not at all certain this was where she should've gone but not knowing where else to go.

  • A sob escaped her, and she fell, oblivious to the bramble scraping her arms and neck.

  • myrtillus) and the arctic bramble (Rubus arcticus) extend very far northward; raspberries and red and black currants form a luxuriant undergrowth in the forests, together with Ribes dikusha in East Siberia.

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  • Like the sand-reed, the dewberry bramble and the shrub of the buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) perform a useful service in helping to bind the sand together.

  • The common English bramble is practically evergreen, the leaves lasting through winter and until the new leaves are developed next spring.

  • Other bees, the species of Osmia for example, choose the hollow stem of a bramble or other shrub, the female forming a linear series of cells in each of which an egg is laid and a supply of food stored up. J.

  • Fabre has found that in the nests of some species of Osmia the young bee developed in the first-formed cell, if (as often happens) she emerges from her cocoon before the inmates of the later cells, will try to work her way round these or to bite a lateral hole through the bramble shoot; should she fail to do this, she will wait for the emergence of her sisters and not make her escape at the price of injury to them.

  • Among the nine hundred species of Solanum less than a dozen have this property of forming tubers, but similar growths are formed at the ends of the shoots of the common bramble, of Convolvulus sepium, of Helianthus tuberoses, the so-called Jerusalem artichoke, of Sagittaria, and other plants.

  • Polyidus of Argos, who had likened it to a mulberry (or bramble), which changes from white to red and then to black, soon afterwards discovered the child; but on his confessing his inability to restore him to life, he was shut up in a vault with the corpse.

  • The Thames, bordered in early times by a great expanse of fen on either hand from Chelsea and Battersea downward, washed, at the point where the Abbey stands, one shore of a low island perhaps three-quarters of a mile in circumference, known as Thorney or Bramble islet.

  • The branches of the trees slithered overhead while brush and bramble scampered out of his way.

  • Katie frowned.  In the course of a day, Gabe had gone from emotional to unaffected when discussing Death.  He was distracted, and she felt like she was talking to someone completely different.  Blaming herself for taking his mind off of their survival, she fell silent and followed him.   Briars and branches caught her pant legs, and she found herself slowing to push more and more of the jungle's flora out of the way.  Gabe, too, began to struggle with the bramble, and she noticed the jungle no longer laid their path before him.  Instead of clearing away to allow them passage, it stayed where it was, obstructing them.

  • Katie rolled onto her stomach, almost too tired to get up.  The sky and jungle were growing dark.  Through the bramble, she saw the marble palace.  Death's palace.  Katie's heart beat harder as she looked at her destination, not at all certain this was where she should've gone but not knowing where else to go.

  • A sob escaped her, and she fell, oblivious to the bramble scraping her arms and neck.

  • admiral butterflies can be seen feeding on the flowers of bramble.

  • Favored summer nectar sources include hemp agrimony, bramble, marjoram and ivy blossom.

  • blackberryommon species of bramble are to be found; of blackberries in the autumn there is a rare harvest.

  • The scrub understorey includes guelder rose, blackthorn and bramble.

  • Other major work will be the removal of encroaching blackthorn and bramble scrub from the western end of the southern boundary of the common.

  • They spend long periods basking on the ground, on logs, on bramble leaves, or on dead bracken.

  • Newly hatched stick insects eat bramble leaves just like the adults.

  • clear bramble, make bonfire, plant hedging plants.

  • bramble thickets.

  • bramble bush gather they grapes.

  • There's bramble jelly to be made and bramble jelly to be made and bramble and apple crumble to put in the freezer.

  • bramble patch has developed at the south-facing bank of the hollow, nearest the rock face.

  • bramble fruits are balanced by soft tannins and an earthy note with a hint of oak.

  • bramble flowers at the margin of old woodland.

  • Where grazing has been limited the number of species is higher, with reed canary-grass and stone bramble.

  • Runs (center) can be seen emerging from bramble bushes.

  • Bramble Byre and Dairy Dell cottages are converted from the original cowshed and dairy.

  • glades in the forest are locally enriched with species such as nodding melick Melica nutans and stone bramble Rubus saxatilis.

  • Their foodplants include gorse, bramble and bird's foot trefoil.

  • Bramble The sixth Bramble was a 6-gun screw gunboat, launched at Belfast in 1886.

  • hedgerow shrubs such as hawthorn and bramble will provide fruits for food.

  • Cute hamlet, small mound bramble & bracken covered, with small path to small menhir on top.

  • It is an aerial nester, often utilizing cut stems of plants including bramble.

  • overgrown with bramble.

  • Lovely expressive fruit - sweet plums, cherries and bramble fruits, elegance, succulent tannins and a fresh finish.

  • reed canary-grass and stone bramble.

  • You could also try putting a wet sprig of bramble leaves in these areas.

  • Forest chasing striker Bramble No cramping Nic's style as he makes.. .

  • Found in a wide variety of habitats, including gardens, particularly in bramble thickets.

  • warming the bench at Madrid would surely have been a better option than playing with Titus Bramble and Shola Ameobi tho?

  • myrtillus) and the arctic bramble (Rubus arcticus) extend very far northward; raspberries and red and black currants form a luxuriant undergrowth in the forests, together with Ribes dikusha in East Siberia.

  • "Jotham's fable" of the trees who desired a king may be foreign to the context; it is a piece of popular lore, and cannot be pressed too far: the nobler trees have no wish to rule over others, only the bramble is self-confident.

  • Like the sand-reed, the dewberry bramble and the shrub of the buckthorn (Hippophae rhamnoides) perform a useful service in helping to bind the sand together.

  • The common English bramble is practically evergreen, the leaves lasting through winter and until the new leaves are developed next spring.

  • Other bees, the species of Osmia for example, choose the hollow stem of a bramble or other shrub, the female forming a linear series of cells in each of which an egg is laid and a supply of food stored up. J.

  • Fabre has found that in the nests of some species of Osmia the young bee developed in the first-formed cell, if (as often happens) she emerges from her cocoon before the inmates of the later cells, will try to work her way round these or to bite a lateral hole through the bramble shoot; should she fail to do this, she will wait for the emergence of her sisters and not make her escape at the price of injury to them.

  • Among the nine hundred species of Solanum less than a dozen have this property of forming tubers, but similar growths are formed at the ends of the shoots of the common bramble, of Convolvulus sepium, of Helianthus tuberoses, the so-called Jerusalem artichoke, of Sagittaria, and other plants.

  • Polyidus of Argos, who had likened it to a mulberry (or bramble), which changes from white to red and then to black, soon afterwards discovered the child; but on his confessing his inability to restore him to life, he was shut up in a vault with the corpse.

  • The Thames, bordered in early times by a great expanse of fen on either hand from Chelsea and Battersea downward, washed, at the point where the Abbey stands, one shore of a low island perhaps three-quarters of a mile in circumference, known as Thorney or Bramble islet.

  • You could also try putting a wet sprig of bramble leaves in these areas.

  • Forest chasing striker Bramble No cramping Nic 's style as he makes...

  • Warming the bench at Madrid would surely have been a better option than playing with Titus Bramble and Shola Ameobi tho?

  • Most bramble plantings are established either from root cuttings or plants.

  • The appropriate means of pruning, training, and trellising a bramble crop is must.

  • When well placed the double pink makes a wide-spreading mass like the common Bramble, and gives from the middle of August till autumn an abundance of bloom, every flower being a rosette of delicate pink petals.

  • Another fine Bramble is the Cut-leaved, or Parsley-leaved Bramble, which has a profusion of white blooms, succeeded by large delicious fruits.

  • The Japanese Wine-berry (R. phaenicolasius) is a strong-growing Bramble, the stems of which are covered with reddish hairs, and the leaves silvery white on the under side.

  • Whitewashed Bramble (Rubus Biflorus) - Has tall wand-like stems often 10 feet or more in height, whitened with a mealy substance on the bark.

  • Rubus Giraldianus - No Bramble in cultivation produces so striking an effect, in my opinion, as R. giraldianus, named in honor of Giraldi, an Italian, one of the intrepid Jesuit priests in W.

  • Shoots of the rambling kinds root from the points almost as readily as a bramble, and cuttings strike freely.

  • Tarweed (Chamaebatia) - C. foliolosa is a little shrubby plant of the Rose family, remarkable for the Fern-like beauty of its leaves; the flowers white and something like those of a Bramble.

  • Blackberry is a bramble fruit that's classified as part of a plant species known as Rubus.

  • While most bramble fruits are thorned, there are a few varieties that aren't.

  • Bramble Berry - Bramble Berry is a well-known source for soap making supplies, and their selection of molds is one of the best.

  • Bramble Berry offers many different supplies for soap making, as well as a nice selection of cold process soap tips and tutorials.

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