10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LOVEVINE»
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Dictionary of the English/Creole of Trinidad & Tobago: On ...
(Gale, WG 16 Aug 1919) ◊ I pull out some more lovevine from the hedge; strange
how something so fine like gold wire is a pest and a parasite. (Hosein 1980:55) ◊
Drink Love Vine cooling, or Wonder of the World, or White Bachelor Button.
There is a point that many have discussed, how to get rid of a weed called
Lovevine, or Dodder. It took a long while to find out what dodder was and how is
grew. I wrote Prof. Foster three or four years ago. I "learned from the professor
that it ...
Utah State Farmers' Institutes, 1899
Fred Wiche's gardening almanac
The lovevine is at it again, making passes at all kinds of plants in the garden.
Lovevine is a common name for a parasitic annual called dodder. It looks like a
very thin golden-colored string that winds itself around plants and chokes them to
Fred Wiche, Bob Hill, 1988
Southland Writers: Biographical and Critical Sketches of the ...
In Milledgeville, I was chiefly noted for my mass of peculiarly colored hair, which
strikingly resembled the tendrils of the lovevine, which grows so plentifully in the
marshes of the South, my light-blue pop-eyes, and also for my large feet and ...
Listen Here: Women Writing in Appalachia
SYLVIA TRENT AUXIER “Neighbors,” “When Grandmother Wept,” “Cicada's
Song,” and “Someday in a Wood” from With Thorn and Stone, Hilltop Editions,
Pikeville College Press, 1968, and “The Stair” from LoveVine, The Story Book
Sandra L. Ballard, Patricia L. Hudson, 2013
Testing Farm Seeds in Home and School
(See Burn- weed.) Flax Fleabane Fleabane: Daisy White top Forget-me-not
Foxtail. (See Bristle- grass.) Foxtail, water Galinsoga Garlic, wild Gaura: Scarlet
Wavyleaved Large-seeded dodder, lovevine. Hairweed Small-seeded alfalfa
Albina Frances Musil, 1942
George Scarbrough, Appalachian Poet: A Biographical and ...
A Biographical and Literary Study with Unpublished Writings Randy Mackin. Alan
that if you want to know your girlfriend's feelings toward you, “put a piece of
lovevine on a fencepost and [if] it grows, your girl loves you. It's better than
mullein for ...
At the head ofthe pond, with Ferry beside her, stood blackhaired Cécile
canopiedby overhanging boughs, her hat bedecked withthe red spikesof the
Indianshot and wound with orange masses of lovevine.Nearer to us around the
shore was ...
George Washington Cable, 2013
... lovevine,” twirl it round the head three times and drop it on a bush behind you.
If it grows, the lover is true; if not, he is false. Tennessee. 258. Twist a mullein-
stalk nearly off after naming it.
Poetry and Autobiography
... w/the poem still largely unwritten really the metaphors not properly in place not
properly the property of the poem. red riddims intervene/ing w/too many other
intertwining doubts too many clumping cloud too too much lovevine still
Jo Gill, Melanie Waters, 2013