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  • They have sold their property in Iraq, they have no land among us that they can cultivate.
  • He doubts not he can cultivate his plantation as easily after that period as before. Cited from Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 2 of 4, by American Anti-Slavery Society
  • He can cultivate his land, as many of the nobility do. Cited from Une Vie, by Guy de Maupassant
  • But few of us can cultivate in this way. Cited from Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916, ed. by A. W. Latham
  • And every one of us can cultivate the heart qualities. Cited from Quiet Talks on Service, by S. D. Gordon
  • She can cultivate a very rare art -- the art of listening with appreciation. Cited from The Girl and Her Religion, by Margaret Slattery
  • Like poetry and painting, the art of living comes chiefly by nature; but all can cultivate and develop it. Cited from Thrift, by Samuel Smiles
  • Fucino will go to he who can cultivate it, he who has the means to cultivate it.
  • The Foundation believes that education can cultivate one's mind and thus, lead to behavioural changes.
  • The soil of this area are very fertile and people can cultivate multiple times a year of different types of crops.
  • Here water is available year round for the agriculture so farmers can cultivate 3 crops per year.
  • If an individual can cultivate these positive emotions, he or she can use them to help cope with negative emotions.
  • They are no longer exposed to raids by their powerful neighbors, and can cultivate their fields in peace and quiet. Cited from Rujub, the Juggler, by G. A. Henty
  • Men can cultivate the power to apprehend and express truth. Cited from Lessons in Life, by Timothy Titcomb
  • It is only by living apart, amid friendly circumstances, that I can cultivate the qualities useful to myself and others. Cited from Born In Exile, By George Gissing
  • We can all force ourselves to express interest in the tastes and idiosyncrasies of others, we can ask questions, we can cultivate relations. Cited from From a College Window, by Arthur Benson
  • The Cecropia is a moth whose acquaintance nature-loving city people can cultivate. Cited from Moths of the Limberlost, Gene Stratton-Porter
  • She can overcome physical defects; she can cultivate attractions most appreciated by those who study her worth deepest. Cited from An Outcast, by F. Colburn Adams
  • For instance, a mule can cultivate in that country with ease about fifteen acres. Cited from Black and White, by Timothy Thomas Fortune
  • We are rich enough to buy, in some corner of the world, a little piece of land that we can cultivate, and on which we can build a cottage. Cited from The Merchant of Berlin, by L Muhlbach
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