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The Grapes of Wrath
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  • the land was cultivated.
  • Where the dooryard had been pounded hard by the bare feet of children and by stamping horses’ hooves and by the broad wagon wheels, it was cultivated now, and the dark green, dusty cotton grew.
  • A few rusty farm tools lay about, a disk plow and a broken cultivator, an iron wheel.
  • Fella had a team of horses, had to use ’cause to plow an’ cultivate an’ mow, wouldn’ think a turnin’
  • He bent low and ran over the cultivated earth; the clods slipped and rolled under his feet.
  • They trip over their feet in the cultivated earth.
  • Five dollars for forty fifty-pound boxes; trees pruned and sprayed, orchards cultivated—pick the fruit, put it in boxes, load the trucks, deliver the fruit to the cannery—forty boxes for five dollars.

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  • We encourage our representatives to cultivate a close relationship with their clients.
  • Creativity can be cultivated.

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