But since the crop is not grown domestically, it needs to be imported.
Such laws are exceedingly difficult to monitor, given the number of state-funded classes that might crop up.
Eerie links are beginning to crop up between the Long Island serial killer's victims.
She accessorizes the $9.50 jumpsuit with items like silver boots, a Christian Dior purse, and a J.W. Anderson crop top.
But if you choose to conduct your discourse in 140-word snaps, or soundbites, then you reap the crop of dumb that you sow.
Rather it was a fact with regard to what is in every land the most important of all crops--the crop of boys and girls.
How is the Government to be repaid for what it has spent on this year's crop?
Klaus Heinrich laughed and saluted with his crop, and on they rode.
I shall just about pay expenses on the crop of 1865, not much more, I think.
All of a sudden, on emerging from the thick jungle, we came on a fallow field; the crop had been reaped, and was stacked close by.
Old English cropp "bird's craw," also "head or top of a sprout or herb." The common notion is "protuberance." Cognate with Old High German kropf, Old Norse kroppr. Meaning "harvest product" is c.1300, probably through the verbal meaning "cut off the top of a plant" (c.1200).
"cut off the top of a plant," c.1200, from crop (n.). The general meaning of "to cut off" is mid-15c. Related: Cropped; cropping. Women's fashion crop top is attested from 1984.