The house retains its evil reputation, but the replanted
vine is as orderly and well-behaved a vegetable as a nervous person could wish to sit under of a pleasant night, when the katydids grate out their immemorial revelation and the distant whippoorwill signifies his notion of what ought to be done about it.
And then, chaps will read that two good fellows, Kayerts and Carlier, were the first civilized men to live in this very spot!" Kayerts nodded, "Yes, it is a consolation to think of that." They seemed to forget their dead predecessor; but, early one day, Carlier went out and replanted
the cross firmly.
The ministry provided a lot of equipment and tools to replant
He, therefore, advised farmers to use water that recedes from the flood to replant
rice to avoid shortage of the crop next year.
Giving reasons why the trees must be felled and replanted
Muscat: Locals in Dhofar are working together to replant
the trees that were affected by cyclone Mekunu.
But once cocoa trees stop producing after 30 years or so or sooner if disease strikes farmers must obtain permission from the original landowner to replant
. At a time of historically high demand for land, chiefs and landowners are increasingly refusing farmers' requests to replant
 The present case report discusses the long-term prognosis/survival of a case of delayed replantation of avulsed incisors, which were replanted
after prolonged dry, extraalveolar time (more than 12 h).
In May 2012, the city approved Abbott's request, filed through a landscape contractor, to cut down the pecan tree on the condition that he replant
may be able to manage replant
problem of fruit crops especially apple.
But because there was so much nonproductive acreage within the membership, the board and management decided the best course of action would be to provide incentives to members to replant
. To do so, it established a $10-million planting incentive program (PIP) to help subsidize the cost of replanting.
"We were happy to help remove trees to make the park safer, and even more thrilled to help replant
after that effort, bringing this project full circle for us," said Excelsior Conservation Corps member, Ryan Park.