It's a classic mix, one that has won them legions of young fans and critical acclaim by the spadeful
But what he does have by the spadeful
is lots of imagination and cunning.
Later, as I labored alone in the moonlight, returning Hermione, one spadeful
at a time to the dust from whence she came, a brisk wind arrived and the skies began to clear.
That's a $9 million or $10 million increase, and without a spadeful
of dirt having been turned.
14) In August "a quiet but impressive" sod-turning ceremony, involving each boy digging a spadeful
of soil, marked the commencement of construction of two permanent buildings for the Home, an administration building including the kitchen and dining room, and a dormitory (15) which were ready for occupancy later that fall.
Both had talent by the spadeful
, the image, the songs and high-prole tours with the likes of the Rolling Stones and Whitesnake.
When you dig out a spadeful
of soil add organic matter to the trench.
Nothing much," I turned over a clotted spadeful
Invisible to the naked eye, every spadeful
of earth contains millions of micro-organisms, including fungi and beneficial bacteria which are essential to soil health and robust plant growth.
Mix in a 1-inch layer of mature compost and, if you have it, a spadeful
of soil from a bed where the same species of beans or peas grew the year before (to help inoculate the soil with nitrogen-fixing bacteria).
It is a "dirge consisting of 23 poems" that mourns the end of a storied creative career, and turns a spadeful
of earth on Lu Xun's literary production.
ON JULY 4, 1828, 90-YEAR-OLD CHARLES Carroll, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence, turned the first spadeful
of earth in the construction of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.