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Definition of Spurt grass

Spurt grass
Sourt Sourt, n. 1. A sudden or violent ejection or gushing of a liquid, as of water from a tube, orifice, or other confined place, or of blood from a wound; a jet; a spirt. 2. A shoot; a bud. [Obs.] --Holland. 3. Fig.: A sudden outbreak; as, a spurt of jealousy. Spurt grass (Bot.), a rush fit for basket work. --Dr. Prior.

Meaning of Spurt grass from wikipedia

- April, May and June, and later in the autumn, after a spurt of gr**** growth. Diagnosis of gr**** sickness in the live animal requires a thorough clinical...
- Scoliosis often presents itself, or worsens, during an adolescent's growth spurt and is more often diagnosed in females than males. Scoliosis ****ociated...
- uniformly curved edge – facilitates such activity. They often do this in spurts of several seconds before closing the s**** entirely and sinking back to...
- comparable age but it is unclear whether the size increase is due to a growth spurt at the time of the ****ual transition or due to the history of faster growth...
- grow ankle high. After that, it makes a growth spurt, especially if no tree canopy is above it. In the gr**** stage, it is very resistant to low intensity...
- until he achieved ****. He had, he stated, become adept at avoiding the spurts of blood from his victims' bodies as he inflicted the knife wounds and eviscerations...
- Indian government and ended large-scale conflicts, there have since been spurts of violence by rebel holdouts and ethnic conflict amongst the tribes. Gandhi...
- allows her to succeed where the other main actors fail, save for brief spurts — she straddles the boundaries between embodying a symbol and granting the...
- swords (shikomizue), land mines, ****iya (blowguns), poisoned darts, acid-spurting tubes, and firearms. The happō, a small eggs**** filled with blinding powder...
- Eamon (19 August 2007). "Ireland Learns to Adapt to a Po****tion Growth Spurt". The New York Times. Retrieved 8 November 2008. Kee, Robert (1972). The...
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