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One exception is the starchly
upright royal fern, Osmunda regalis - a real acid-lover which needs lots of moisture at the roots.
Normally, as starchly
correct as Eric Cantona's collar, she appeared in a pleated, white micro pelmet for her tennis session with Tim Henman.
It rebuts much of academic contemporary poetry, which starchly
and foolishly denies politics a place at the table.