1 Suddenly her eyes widened, her whole face seemed to grow broader.
2 There were some ground-cherry bushes growing along the furrows, full of fruit.
3 I used to think that no eyes in the world could grow so large or hold so many tears as Nina's.
4 It was growing dark when we got to their house, but I refused to go in with them and get warm.
5 The woman started off with two children, but it was clear that her family might grow larger on the journey.
6 It had begun to grow dark when my household returned, and grandmother was so tired that she went at once to bed.
7 WHILE THE AUTUMN COLOUR was growing pale on the grass and cornfields, things went badly with our friends the Russians.
8 Beyond the corncribs, at the bottom of the shallow draw, was a muddy little pond, with rusty willow bushes growing about it.
9 Tiny audits Lena's accounts occasionally, and invests her money for her; and Lena, apparently, takes care that Tiny doesn't grow too miserly.
10 'It was a pretty hard job, breaking up this place and making the first crops grow,' he said, pushing back his hat and scratching his grizzled hair.
11 When boys and girls are growing up, life can't stand still, not even in the quietest of country towns; and they have to grow up, whether they will or no.
12 Trees were so rare in that country, and they had to make such a hard fight to grow, that we used to feel anxious about them, and visit them as if they were persons.
13 The land was growing rougher; I was told that we were approaching Squaw Creek, which cut up the west half of the Shimerdas' place and made the land of little value for farming.
14 If I loitered on the playground after school, or went to the post-office for the mail and lingered to hear the gossip about the cigar-stand, it would be growing dark by the time I came home.
15 The elder bushes did not grow back in the shady ravines between the bluffs, but in the hot, sandy bottoms along the stream, where their roots were always in moisture and their tops in the sun.
16 It seemed as if we could hear the corn growing in the night; under the stars one caught a faint crackling in the dewy, heavy-odoured cornfields where the feathered stalks stood so juicy and green.
17 Black Hawk, the new world in which we had come to live, was a clean, well-planted little prairie town, with white fences and good green yards about the dwellings, wide, dusty streets, and shapely little trees growing along the wooden sidewalks.
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