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Rain Wood’ and ‘Mist.’ Today’s haul of stray seedpods and bark fragments, cow parsley and dandelion could well form the foundation for the next batch of summer scents that Harris is currently concocting.
Wind turbines have cropped up like dandelions across large areas of the United States, and thousands more are coming.
The trouble comes with the new tower’s north and south walls, which reprise the generic gigantism of new skyscrapers that have been popping up like dandelions in China and assorted Persian Gulf city-states.
Neatly trimmed grass with nary a dandelion or clover in sight means there is no place for a bee to land, and fewer places for a bee to eat.
Vessel’s 18 bedroom-style songs wisp away like seeds from a dandelion, each subsequent track feeling more fleeting than its predecessor.
The occasional dandelion was left untouched to add winky humor and pollination.
Spending our time waiting for flowers from people who can’t tell a rose from a dandelion is an exercise in futility.
The dandelions call to me And the white chestnut candles in the court.
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DANDELION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of dandelion for English Language Learners
: a very common wild plant that has bright yellow flowers
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