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crab grass

digitaria spp., eleusine indica.
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Crabgrass Crucible is organized into three parts: the first two deal with New York and Los Angeles as paradigmatic post-war sprawl.
Crabgrass is easily spotted because its blades are about twice as thick as those of tall fescue, which is sold under the names of `Marathon,' `Medallion' and `Bonsai' and is the most common lawn grass in our area.
Some of the most common weeds are dandelions, thistle, pigweed, lambsquarters, clover, milkweed, ragweed, purslane, velvetleaf, and various grasses--in particular, crabgrass and quackgrass.
Christian Serratos, 15, who plays Suzie Crabgrass on Nicks's Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (Saturdays, 8 p.
Some plants such as corn and crabgrass have developed ways to thrive despite drought conditions.
I stand in front of the town's only casino, staring west across the valley to where the crabgrass and cedar roll up into the mountain range separating the town from the city on the other side.
Internet-based pharmacies, and internet junk mail touting those pharmacies, are as prolific and persistent as crabgrass.
gathering crabgrass to feed the swollen-bellied children,
Some unknown wit came up with the astroturf label for today's influx of form letters, and the term seems fitting, as the canned communications spread like crabgrass.
As for Deleuze, he managed to present an outline of his concept of the "rhizome," which had not yet been discussed in print--but in French, very slowly, while drawing diagrams of root systems and crabgrass on a blackboard.