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"The drouth is broken," said Doughall Donn, adding, with wonder in his voice: "What manner of folk are those yonder?
If a season of drouth occurs when the cabbages have begun to head, the heads will harden prematurely; and then should a heavy rain fall, they will start to make a new growth, and the consequence will be many of them will split.
a hollow stem, or beets or turnips that split and crack, or where we have so-called drouth spot or internal corking in apples, you can be sure that you can't grow a Persian walnut, because the boron requirement alone is many, many times that of an apple or of most vegetables.
Then, Dan discovering he had acquired the "drouth," advised "giving it best" and making for the Spring Hole in Duck Creek.
Century, they found that the 'drouth' pronunciation was the dominant one in most parts of the country, Gordon says.
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