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World War II is still a long way off, but the seeds of conflict are already being sown on the continent.
Sully decides to face the truth of what his negligence has sown.
The press gets involved, the Twittersphere goes wild, and all the seeds of intractability are sown.What Hockey Players Can Teach our Toothless Politicians|Dave Maney|April 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The seeds of Strub's activism were sown as a child, when he snuck out of the house to watch May Day riots in Iowa City.
And thus was sown a seed that may, however extraordinary it may seem, destroy the prime minister.
Thy eye desireth favour and beauty, but more than these green sown fields.The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version|Various
Little Rye was sown, but that little is very good; Barley is suffering from the stormy weather, but is quite thrifty.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
The sea was sown with stars, and everywhere breathed and pulsed the beauty of the northern summer night.Three More John Silence Stories|Algernon Blackwood
That sent to Sind, though said to have been carefully sown, also failed to germinate.
The seed is sown in August, and the seedlings are transplanted in November, the crop arriving at maturity in three or four months.