half peck a unit of dry measure equal to an eighth of a bushel

Half peck a unit of dry measure equal to an eighth of a bushel

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half   peck  a unit of dry measure equal to an eighth of a bushel, or four quarts. hazelnut stranger  a visitor with reddish-brown skin. he had company in the prettiest trees you ever saw  Paul A is hanging from one of the trees of  Sweet Home farm. He won't be back  Here Boy leaves because dogs are believed to sense the presence of a ghost. head cheese  a loaf of jellied, seasoned meat, made from parts of the heads and feet of hogs. helped Andrew Jackson fight Creek  the Battle of Horseshoe Bend, March 17, 1814. hominy  dry corn (maize) with the hull and germ removed and often coarsely ground (hominy grits); it  is boiled for food. horehound  candy made with horehound juice, a bitter juice extracted from a horehound herb's  leaves, stem, or flowers. huckleberries  the fruit of any of a genus of plants of the heath family, having dark-blue berries with  ten large seeds.
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course ENG 1320 taught by Professor Bost during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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