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- (he of the forest)A God associated with parkland, copses, wooded glens, and the forest itself. His spirit was present anywhere there was waste ground or uncultivated land. He was an ominous figure, one who held the potential for terror and death, since to the...
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- The Three Copses
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- CHARACTERIZATION OF SEA BUCKTHORN FRUITS AND
- The content of microelements in sea buckthorn fruits, leaves and copses was determined through neutron activation.
- Churches, Copses and Country Lanes cycle map
- villages, old country estates and ancient woodlands (copses). Take time to visit a plethora of historic churches, some of flint, some of thatch.
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- Deeper Meaning in Purloined Knitting
- Without mimic, in your own humble way you create, as Christo and Goldsworthy when walking the copses, stacking rocks, collecting petals, fashioning leaves or wrapping an island…drawing attention to the overlooked.
- A dangerous misreading of the Boston Tea Party from rightwing anarchists
- Beneath this region's soothing triple green of maize, soybeans, and copses of trees is a soil that serves the world.
- How to cut down on garden work
- Had I a really big garden in need of downsizing, I'd simply plant small copses of trees, with shade shrubs and groundcovers underneath. These lowest maintenance of all plants come in a huge variety for all seasons of enjoyment.
- Greater awareness is required to protect existence of wetlands, ponds and wildlife
- Formerly, we were encouraged to bulldoze and drain copses, hedgerows and ponds along with every other perceived obstacle to achieving higher crop yields but we now live in more enlightened times.
- Fast train coming
- This is the land of wheat fields, pasture and copses that Flora Thompson wrote about in the wonderful Lark Rise to Candleford. The area isn't protected. In fact, from a distance, it looks ordinary.
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- copses - definition of copses by the Free Online Dictionary
- A thicket of small trees or shrubs; a coppice. [Middle English copys, from Old French copeiz, thicket for cutting, from coper, couper, to cut; see cope1.
- copse - Wiktionary
- copse (plural copses). A thicket of small trees or edition), p19: Striking the highway beyond the little copse she skirted the dark iron palings enclosing Hare.
- Copse | Define Copse at Dictionary.com
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- Copse - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
- See copse defined for English-language learners » · See copse defined for kids » . Examples of COPSE.
- Whiteley Copses
- Jul 1, 2011 Whiteley Copses. Just off Junction 9 of the M27 in a valley formerly part of the Forest of Bere.
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