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6 Fruited Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Net result [of the Dept. of Agriculture's Payment in Kind - PIK - program]: total farm income, now expected to be around $25 billion, this fiscal year, will exceed total federal subsidies by only a couple of billion. You could argue that those fellows out there on the fruited plain are in effect working for the federal government and that, therefore, the U.S. now has socialized agriculture under the Reagan Administration. Rich, eh?Daniel Seligman Fruited Sayings By Daniel Seligman: Net result [of the Dept. of Agriculture's Payment in Kind - PIK - program]: total
It isn't that NPR is matriarchal but that it has dedicated itself to not being patriarchal in its outlook and presentation, stipulating from the outset that its headline voices would not resound across the fruited plains from big male bags of air sent from Mount Olympus.James Wolcott Fruited Sayings By James Wolcott: It isn't that NPR is matriarchal but that it has dedicated itself to not being
Greetings, conversationalists across the fruited plain, this is Rush Limbaugh, the most dangerous man in America, with the largest hypothalamus in North America, serving humanity simply by opening my mouth, destined for my own wing in the Museum of Broadcasting, executing everything I do flawlessly with zero mistakes, doing this show with half my brain tied behind my back just to make it fair because I have talent on loan from ... God. Rush Limbaugh. A man. A legend. A way of life.Rush Limbaugh Fruited Sayings By Rush Limbaugh: Greetings, conversationalists across the fruited plain, this is Rush Limbaugh, the most dangerous man in
Never comes the trader, never floats an European flag, -
Slides the bird o'er lustrous woodland, swings the trailer from the crag, -

Droops the heavy-blossomed bower, hangs the heavy-fruited tree, -
Summer isles of Eden lying in dark-purple spheres of sea.
Alfred Tennyson Fruited Sayings By Alfred Tennyson: Never comes the trader, never floats an European flag, - Slides the bird o'er lustrous
What was that sound? That rustling noise? It could be heard in the icy North, where there was not one leaf left upon one tree, it could be heard in the South, where the crinoline skirts lay deep in the mothballs, as still and quiet as wool. It could be heard from sea to shining sea, o'er purple mountains' majesty and upon the fruited plain. What was it? Why, it was the rustle of thousands of bags of potato chips being pulled from supermarket racks; it was the rustle of plastic bags being filled with beer and soda pop and quarts of hard liquor; it was the rustle of newspaper pages fanning as readers turned eagerly to the sports section; it was the rustle of currency changing hands as tickets were scalped for forty times their face value and two hundred and seventy million dollars were waged upon one or the other of two professional football teams. It was the rustle of Super Bowl week ...Tom Robbins Fruited Sayings By Tom Robbins: What was that sound? That rustling noise? It could be heard in the icy North,
O, beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties,
Above the fruited plain ...
Katharine Lee Bates Fruited Sayings By Katharine Lee Bates: O, beautiful for spacious skies, For amber waves of grain, For purple mountain majesties, Above