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" A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly... "
Travels, Or Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the Levant ... - Page 188
by Thomas Shaw - 1757 - 513 pages
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A biblical cyclopaedia, or, Dictionary of Eastern antiquities, geography ...

1870 - 694 pages
...altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already batched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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Annual Report of the State Board of Agriculture of the ..., Volume 11, Part 1875

Agriculture - 1876
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatched to •march and glean after them,...gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before the loss of only the fruit and foliage. So justly have they been compared...
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A Dictionary of the Bible: Including Biography, Natural History, Geography ...

Philip Schaff - Bible - 1881 - 958 pages
...retreat was altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion others were already hatched to march and glean after them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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The student's illustrated Bible dictionary

1881
...altogether impossible. A day or two after one of these broods was in motion, others were already hatehed to march and glean after ! them, gnawing off the very bark and the young branches of such trees as had before escaped with the loss only of their fruit and foliage. So justly have they...
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