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brambles Sentence Examples

  • Katie started in the direction of the woman's voice.  She stumbled over fallen, slick wood and brambles she couldn't see.  Whatever magic that had cleared a path for her was gone.  She struggled through the jungle before calling out, "Can you hear me?  I can't see much.  You'll have to say something, so I can find you."

  • Katie was close.  Toby could sense her.  He ignored the branches whipping his face and the brambles tripping him.  Instead, he just ran, the screams of demons in his ears.

  • He didn't see his path or notice the brambles snagging his clothing.

  • It is a matter of familiar observation that the ends of the shoots of brambles take root when bent down to the ground.

  • The occurrence of hybrids in nature explains the difficulty experienced by botanists in deciding on what is a species, and the widely different limitations of the term adopted by different observers in the case of willows, roses, brambles, &c. The artificial process is practically the same in hybridization as in cross-fertilization, but usually requires more care.

  • Katie started in the direction of the woman's voice.  She stumbled over fallen, slick wood and brambles she couldn't see.  Whatever magic that had cleared a path for her was gone.  She struggled through the jungle before calling out, "Can you hear me?  I can't see much.  You'll have to say something, so I can find you."

  • Katie was close.  Toby could sense her.  He ignored the branches whipping his face and the brambles tripping him.  Instead, he just ran, the screams of demons in his ears.

  • He didn't see his path or notice the brambles snagging his clothing.

  • One by one the massive trees of the Victorian arboretum perish: everywhere, bracken & brambles scramble over tumbled monsters.

  • The nest is usually made of honeysuckle bark, often in brambles.

  • blackberryow, apricots should be coming on to the shelves and wild blackberries or brambles can be found from now until November.

  • I t was also reported that overgrown brambles and hedges were also a problem on the roadside.

  • Meet Howard at the motorway bridge where he is cutting back brambles.

  • Work involves helping with the animals, hedging, fencing, clearing brambles & bracken.

  • Can you recommend the best way to remove brambles which are growing in with a box privet hedge please?

  • Cetti's Warbler: Likely to be encountered anywhere on the reserve including brambles away from the water.

  • The Danes then left the area, flinging Edmund's head into thick brambles nearby.

  • Last night I picked a whole box of blackberries from the wild brambles that grow over the hedge.

  • Links to photographs of your efforts are also very welcome, even piccies of dead brambles.

  • The ubiquitous brambles have spread thickly along the top.

  • Pegasus can be used for breaking up the soil or clearing brambles and nettles.

  • The thick brambles cling to the site of the YMCA halt platform, a wooden contraption which has left absolutely no trace behind.

  • The new European rules primarily ban lawn treatments which kill dandelions, nettles and brambles.

  • Other shrubs include wild honeysuckle, brambles and holly The animals that live here include spiders, caterpillars and butterflies.

  • honeysuckle bark, often in brambles.

  • The route was illegally obstructed and overgrown with brambles and other vegetation.

  • overgrown with nettles and brambles.

  • They filled the gap from the autumn brambles and damsons to the early rhubarb in spring and cooking varieties were the most valued.

  • In summer he used a scythe to keep the ditches and banks clear of brambles and grass.

  • A young WREN was calling somewhere amidst the thick tangle of BRAMBLES.

  • thicket of brambles now serving to further protect the entrance to the bridge.

  • thickets of scrub and brambles, interspersed with open glades.

  • Nest in dense reeds, tangled brambles or tall grass tussocks.

  • It is a matter of familiar observation that the ends of the shoots of brambles take root when bent down to the ground.

  • The occurrence of hybrids in nature explains the difficulty experienced by botanists in deciding on what is a species, and the widely different limitations of the term adopted by different observers in the case of willows, roses, brambles, &c. The artificial process is practically the same in hybridization as in cross-fertilization, but usually requires more care.

  • They filled the gap from the autumn brambles and damsons to the early rhubarb in spring and cooking varieties were the most valued.

  • In summer he used a scythe to keep the ditches and banks clear of brambles and grass.

  • A young WREN was calling somewhere amidst the thick tangle of BRAMBLES.

  • Above-left we see the aforementioned gates and the thicket of brambles now serving to further protect the entrance to the bridge.

  • The area was characterized by thickets of scrub and brambles, interspersed with open glades.

  • Nest in dense reeds, tangled brambles or tall grass tussocks.

  • Commonly called raspberries, brambles plants are deciduous or semi-evergreen, trailing and often prickly shrubs which form a complex group known as Rubus fruticosus.

  • Brambles are found throughout the British Isles and some of the species from America and its habitats are woods, scrub, hedgerows, heaths, waste ground, and banks.

  • Brambles grow best in a wide range of soils but do best when planted on well-drained, deep, fertile soil that is high in humus . It requires full sunlight.

  • Brambles, are fairly drought-tolerant and are sometimes grown without supplemental irrigation.

  • Brambles provide food for people as well as for wildlife.

  • Among the best native Brambles are the beautiful double varieties of R. fructicosus, which flower late in summer.

  • Like some other Brambles, this grows well in partial shade.

  • Having reached the soil, the tips there form curious thickened ends similar to those so frequent in wild British Brambles, and, taking root, form new plants.

  • Some of these cover the earth in many gardens with Roses that are little better than Brambles.

  • After the slow awakening, the palate builds with cherry liqueur, cassis, plums and fleshes out with dark chocolate, leather, and earthy bits of brambles and oak.

  • The full-bodied wine begins slightly tight but then opens up, offering a round, well-balanced mouth of ripe berries, brambles, pepper, and a hint tobacco.

  • The wine opens quickly with an opulent perfume of ripe cherry fruit, a floral bouquet and earthy brambles.

  • There's a good dose of strawberry, cherry, and dark berry flavors that is supplemented with cinnamon spice, pepper, brambles and oak essence.

  • The palate is cheered by strawberry and raspberry flavors compounded with violets, brambles, and a tweak of toasted oak.

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