And the world was the orchard, and the orchard was what came next.
Authorities had not noticed that missing fresco, which had been taken from the House of the orchard, until it was returned.
She is the author of the bestselling book Rubies in the orchard: How to Uncover the Hidden Gems in your Business.
These haunting items are functional—go ahead and put them to work in your orchard.
RED HOT will be on display at BOSI Contemporary, 48 orchard St., from September 3-14, 2014.
And you may as well go to the orchard now, while it is still light and bright.
In 1671 five hundred hogsheads were made of one orchard's produce.
I will cultivate the orchard for forty years in this county if they live so long.
Thus it was with the grape-vines in the vineyard close to the orchard.
The picture was gone in a second, of course; and I glared at the orchard fence as though that should make it transparent.
late Old English orceard "fruit garden," earlier ortgeard, perhaps reduced from wortgeard, from wort "vegetable, plant root" + geard "garden, yard" (the word also meant "vegetable garden" until 15c.); see yard (n.1). First element influenced in Middle English by Latin hortus (in Late Latin ortus) "garden," which also is from the root of yard (n.1).