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The place seemed deserted; and I should have thought the house empty and shut up but for the carefully tended radishes and the recent footmarks on the green of the path.
We had got safely through the door, round the corner past the radishes, and were in the shrubbery.
I wish I had my immortelles back, now, and that bunch of radishes.
He could digest radishes, and sleep after green tea.
Horticulture seemed, however, to have been abandoned in the deserted kitchen-garden; and where cabbages, carrots, radishes, pease, and melons had once flourished, a scanty crop of lucerne alone bore evidence of its being deemed worthy of cultivation.
The modern metallic burial casket is a step in the same direction, and many a dead man who ought now to be ornamenting his neighbor's lawn as a tree, or enriching his table as a bunch of radishes, is doomed to a long inutility.
"A radical does not mean a man who lives on radishes," remarked Crook, with some impatience; and a Conservative does not mean a man who preserves jam.
A bread-and-butter pudding entirely disappeared, and a considerable amount of cheese and radishes vanished by the same means.
Where the hard-worked soil gives three and even four crops a year through patches of sugar-cane, tobacco, long white radishes, and nol-kol, all that day they strolled on, turning aside to every glimpse of water; rousing village dogs and sleeping villages at noonday; the lama replying to the volleyed questions with an unswerving simplicity.
FIRST he ate some lettuces and some French beans; and then he ate some radishes;
Caption: Figure 4: Changes in color parameters, that is, [L.sup.*] value (a), whiteness index (b), color difference (c), chroma value (d) of radish roots during storage at low temperature under different packaging treatments.