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  • We are also told that they cultivate the soil and build good houses. Cited from The Wild Tribes of Davao District, Mindanao, by Fay-Cooper Cole
  • They cultivated far smaller portions of their land and worked much less.
  • They cultivated the sacred fire that was not allowed to go out.
  • They did not know the ridiculous good-form they cultivated was out of date. Cited from Lister's Great Adventure, by Harold Bindloss
  • They have little piece of land where they cultivate crops in a traditional way.
  • They cultivated the surrounding land, and the place subsequently evolved into a village.
  • Have they cultivated the ground to which they lay claim? Cited from Freeland, by Theodor Hertzka
  • His parents were free peasants who owned the land that they cultivated.
  • The have little peace of land where they cultivate crops in a traditional way.
  • They have cultivated literature as no other people ever has done, and they cultivate it still. Cited from China and the Chinese, by Herbert Allen Giles
  • But they cultivated the soil on three different conditions or principles. Cited from Roumania Past and Present, by James Samuelson
  • They own a considerable tract of land in America which they cultivate together. Cited from Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann, V1, Hauptmann
  • Nearly all own the land on which they live, and which they cultivate with their own hands or by hired labour. Cited from The Project Gutenberg Encyclopedia Volume 1 of 28
  • They cultivate different crops and sell them on the market from where they can earn money.
  • Though many of them do not own lands, in one way or the other they cultivate land and earn their living.
  • They cultivated the ground, and protected their cities with walls. Cited from A General History, by P. V. N. Myers
  • They cultivated the fertile fields of the valley, rather than going to the sea, for their main food sources.
  • It is true that they cultivated letters only in a secondary way, and as subsidiary to religion. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. VII. (of 12), by Burke
  • They cultivated grain, made beer, and lived in houses built of stone. Cited from Voyages of Columbus Vol. II,Washington Irving
  • Perhaps their politics, as usual, took a tincture from their character, and they cultivated what they loved. Cited from Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. V. (of 12), by Burke
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