GETTING his feet wet in the heavy dewfall
, a familiar figure was waiting for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink when he clocked on for training.
, blindlight, shouts breaking like stars in the rout to the river, tumult of thundering horsethegns.
comparable amount of water as dewfall
to a short grass surface (Hughes
by dark, dewfall
like fear settling, sky of no stars.
Then I heard her say, in a voice that was gentler than the glow-worm's light among rose-trees in a forgotten garden between dewfall
and moonrise: Be content.
In his autobiography, Mackay Brown argues that Hopkins exclaimed that "poetry is for gladness, dewfall
and childhood, 'innocent Maytime in girl and boy,' it celebrates the ever-springing freshness of nature.
Of all the words or phrases that priests criticize in the new translations--incarnate, oblation, and dewfall
, to name a few--the one word they cite the most as one they'd strike is consubstantial.
Steinberger Y, Loboda 1, Garner W (1989) The influence of autumn dewfall
on spatial and temporal distribution of nematodes in the desert ecosystem.
No one would use this ground for training horses, / it is too broken, has no breadth of meadow; / but there is nothing meager about the soil, / the yield of grain is wondrous, and wine, too, / with drenching rains and dewfall
The vertical variation between 2 m and 10 m of temperature, humidity, and wind are then examined during these events in order to understand how these parameters evolve differently under fog versus dewfall
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But it is more notorious for being a nightmare to field on in the second innings of day-night games with a heavy dewfall
to contend with.