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1) II. Book Two: Enid. Cather, Willa. 1922. One of Ours
...wands, flashed the dazzling wing of a cardinal. 2 All over the dusty, tan-coloured wheatfields there was a tender mist of green,—millions of little fingers reaching...

2) 209. Sacrifice by Frederic Manning. Monroe, Harriet, ed. 1917. The New Poetry: An Anthology
...15 Dying that these live; And the earth again be beautiful with orchards, Yellow with wheatfields; And the lips of others praise Thee, though our lips Be stopped...

3) comb. The American HeritageŽ Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition. 2000.
...his fingers. b. To move though or pass across with a raking action: The wind combed the wheatfields. 2. To card (wool or other fiber). 3. To search thoroughly; look...

4) Ruisdael, Jacob van. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001
...of nature. Important later paintings include Jewish Cemetery (Detroit Inst. of Art) and Wheatfields (Metropolitan Mus.). He also produced some very fine etchings....

5) II. Book Three: Sunrise on the Prairie. Cather, Willa. 1922. One of Ours
...or as having taken part in human life in other ages. To him, the sun rotated about the wheatfields. But the moon, somehow, came out of the historic past, and made...

6) 751. Scholar-Gipsy. Matthew Arnold. The Oxford Book of English Verse
...to know thy looks, And put the shepherds, Wanderer, on thy trace; And boys who in lone wheatfields scare the rooks I ask if thou hast pass'd their quiet place; 65...

7) V. Book Five: Bidding the Eagles of the West Fly On. Cather, Willa. 1922. One of Ours
...he went. They walked together along a dusty road that ran between half-ripe wheatfields, bordered with poplar trees. The wild morning-glories and Queen Anne s lace...

8) From "Aurora Leigh" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Edmund Clarence Stedman, ed. 1895. A Victorian Anthology, 1837-1895
...much up or down, A ripple of land; such little hills, the sky Can stoop to tenderly and the wheatfields climb; 165 Such nooks of valleys, lin d with orchises, Fed...

9) X. Book Five: Bidding the Eagles of the West Fly On. Cather, Willa. 1922. One of Ours
...farmyard; there was the big pasture, with Lovely Creek flowing through it; there were the wheatfields and cornfields, the timber claim; more wheat and corn, more...

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