tarbrush


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tarbrush

n a touch of the tarbrush (pej inf)schwarzes Blut
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One day during this summer the groom cleaned and dressed me with such extraordinary care that I thought some new change must be at hand; he trimmed my fetlocks and legs, passed the tarbrush over my hoofs, and even parted my forelock.
It's a land of stark gypsum buttes and rocky badlands soil, steel dinosaurs sucking precious crude oil from dusty ground and into ugly steel tanks, draws marked by squat blueberry junipers, tarbrush and cactus, the occasional lonely cottonwood marking a wet spot in desert-like surroundings.
Well Mr Blair is a Scotsman, as are most of the senior Westminster ministers so will Mr Williams be writing to the Scottish newspapers to vent his anger or is it too convenient to ignore the Celtic connection and again get the overused tarbrush out?
LTER research concentrates on the Jornada's five major habitat types of the northern Chihuahuan Desert: black grama grassland, creosotebrush shrub, mesquite dunes, tarbrush shrublands, and playas, low-lying, grassy, infrequently flooded areas.
Plants consisted primarily of widely scattered lechuguilla, Torrey yucca, creosote, tarbrush (Flourensia cernua) and false agave (Hechtia scariosa).
Once gratuitously smeared with Israel Lobby's anti-Semite tarbrush, few activists, intellectuals or even lay people escape public repudiation and instantaneous marginalization.
Hence Bone possesses a racially mixed ancestry: "Raylene was always telling people that we had a little of the tarbrush on us .
He trimmed my fetlocks and legs, passed the tarbrush over my hoofs, and parted my forelock.
The author applies the tarbrush of antisemitism to Bernadotte for these actions, stating: "Of much longer duration would be the damage Bernadotte's heedless friendship for this man caused the Count's good name.
The fire-plug-horned buck fed in a wide creek bottom, surrounded by a harem of does shifting in and out of tarbrush.