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ree plant

  • v  plant again or anew
    They replanted the land
    He replanted the seedlings

  • Spring is the time for weeding: for gardeners, a time to yank and replant; for TV watchers, a time to clear the dead underbrush from the viewing calendar and start anew.
  • Buy a potted or balled Christmas tree (roots still attached) so you can replant it in the backyard or donate it to the parks department.
  • If you want to be as eco-savvy as possible this holiday season, get a real tree then replant it.
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  • Ian Somerhalder in Daily News & Analysis
    He added: "This is ground zero right now. I'm looking at this slick of oil. I've been watching pelicans die. This place is going to need money, that is the bottom line - money in the right hands to replant these marshes. (It) really breaks my...
  • Shahed Ali in Washington Post
    The previous floods washed away my house, cattles and crops ...... but I had started to piece life together,Gaibandha villager Shahed Ali told reporters. "I managed to replant some seedlings but they have been destroyed again."
  • John Key in Radio New Zealand
    We want to have the rules altered that would allow us to harvest forests that are pre-1990 and replant them in other parts of the country,Mr Key says. "We'd also want to have the position where we can lock up emissions where wood is...

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