Slave famblies was 'lowed to have little gyarden patches if dey wanted 'em.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Work Projects Administration
When the boys first started Jim said he had got to go ahead so as to be sure that they found the right patch.
"The Flight of Pony Baker" by W. D. Howells
The seal hunters laughingly assured me that they found a patch of old "swiles" having tea in the cabin.
"A Labrador Doctor" by Wilfred Thomason Grenfell
Patches of thick forest were met on either bank, and in those patches numerous indeed were the rubber trees.
"Across Unknown South America" by Arnold Henry Savage Landor
But, ach, I must hurry once and make this patch done.
"Patchwork" by Anna Balmer Myers
I never got any money for my work and we didn't have any patches.
"Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States" by Various
But this open patch did not last long.
"The Rover Boys on Snowshoe Island" by Edward Stratemeyer
On the water appeared a patch of oil which rapidly broadened.
"Dave Darrin After The Mine Layers" by H. Irving Hancock
The forehead, cheeks, sides of the neck, and thighs are chestnut-red, as is a patch under the tail.
"Birds of the Indian Hills" by Douglas Dewar
What is that dark patch in the cliff?
"Chatterbox, 1906" by Various
Thirty years of traveling,
Pockets often bare,
(Lucy Bakewell Audubon
Patched them up with care).
"John James Audobon" by Stephen Vincent Benet
A little breadth of border,
a little patch of grass,
above it all the April sky
where soft the south winds pass.
"A Little Bit Of Garden" by William Henry Ogilvie
I sez to Mandy, sure, sez I,
I'll bet thet air patch o' rye
Thet he'll squash 'em by-and-by,
And he did, by cricket!
"Ezra on the Strike" by Ezra Pound
For it was spring-time holiday,
A sun-tanned boy was he,
With russet freckles on his face
And a patch upon his knee.
"Pan In The Orchard" by Maurice Thompson
He planted peas between the rows,
And pumpkins here and there;
And where that patch of briar grows
He set out deep the pear.
"Joe's Farm" by Samuel Alfred Beadle
He made thee, yea, made thee his bride,
Nor heeds thine ugly patch;
To what he made he'll still abide,
Thy Husband made the match.
"The Believer's Jointure : Chapter II." by Ralph Erskine
Toms River School District Admin Offices (John Kubalski, Patch of Toms River).
Ten years ago, the Alza Corporation introduced the first skin patch that delivered controlled amounts of a drug continuously over a long time.
It has been continuously patched up and is slowly deteriorating .
Red patches on the infant's buttocks, genitals, or thighs are the most common symptom.
In this Journal Star file photo from July 2, 2012, a tuft of grass grows in a patch of sun-baked farmland outside Princevillen.
Photo by Torin Halsey/Times Record News Reverend Jimmy Greene lifts a 75-pound pumpkin onto the sign and the Wesley Campus Ministry Pumpkin Patch Monday morning as he and Elisa Pierre put the finishing touches on the displays.
Spreaders, for those of you who don't know, are neat little FX patches that can really enhance stereophony.
Weaver's prank tape is still ripe, decades after leaving tomato patch.
Bryant Pond-based artist Arla Patch calls herself a "creativity midwife".
We've all seen a few people, like maybe grandpa or grandma, with those little patches of yellowish plaques around the upper and lower eyelids .
The eye patch he wore in the 1969 film 'True Grit,' for which he received an Oscar.
Or, tragically, a soul patch.
It is debatable what exactly causes the four-leaf clover, but they always seem to grow in patches.
Researchers at the Open Source Computer Emergency Response Team (oCERT) disclosed two denial-of-service vulnerabilities in Google Inc.'s Android 1.5 mobile phone platform, both of which have already been patched by the vendor.
Backstage—a patch of park behind the red curtain—seven Circus Amok troupers sit in front of open suitcases, applying makeup.