(1) His dark brown jaw-length hair fell in messy waves in front of his sorrel eyes.(2) ├ö├ç├┐I've only owned this horse for five months,├ö├ç├û she explained from atop her sorrel gelding, Texs Rain Drop.(3) Vegetables were not cultivated, but came in the form of wild carrots, turnip and garlic, along with salad leaves such as sorrel , nettle and dock.(4) Rhysa sat in front of Caleb on her stocky little sorrel , and it carried them both easily.(5) a sorrel mare with four white socks(6) When Custer and staff returned he ordered the saddle taken off his brown horse and put on his favorite sorrel .(7) I recognized the tribe's leader, Rowan, by his sorrel hair and flanks.(8) Fagopyrum esculentum, a plant of the same family as rhubarb, sorrel , and dock, is grown for its seeds; these resemble those of cereals.(9) There is always room to include Italian and curly parsley, sorrel , salad burnet, mustard, chard, and kale greens.(10) Common sorrel or ├ö├ç├┐sourocks├ö├ç├û, is an underused and under-appreciated herb.(11) If you know someone with an established sorrel plant, ask for a small cutting.(12) It might be said that they saved the best for last because Bergen steered the sorrel gelding to a 227.5 score, to blast ahead in the rein work.(13) Along the way we stopped as I spotted dock and sorrel and the broad leaves of plantain beneath our horse's hooves.(14) Aptly named Stylish And Foxie, the 9-year-old sorrel mare made quick work of the Senior Cutting for a 226 score and the World Championship.(15) Gunn Eriksen had already been approached to write a book of her recipes, which use local produce and unexpected ingredients such as hawthorn, nettle and sorrel .(16) Its simple to grow and is closely related to wild dock and sorrel , is classed as a vegetable but treated as a fruit.
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