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use "fallow" in a sentence

One-third of the land was dedicated to winter grain (rye or winter wheat), another third to spring grain (oats or spring wheat) and the remainder lay fallow.

Much of the farming is dryland farming, often with fallow seasons interspersed with cultivation.

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be subsequently contradicted by the Catholic Church, even if that subsequent teaching is in itself fallible.

Brandeis characterized judicial review of the constitutionality of legislative acts as a grave and delicate power for use by fallible, human judges only when its use cannot conscientiously be avoided.

genesis 25:13-16 Some Muslims reject this identification, identifying gen. 25:17-20 as a direct quotation of god and gen. 25:13-16 as the fallible narration of a human author.

For these improper acts, there is no inherent conflict of roles (see above), unless being a (fallible) human being rather than (say) a robot in a position of power or authority is considered to be a conflict.

Knowledge is infallible; opinion is fallible.

We are fallible human beings.

They are 'round' characters, portrayed as complex, ambiguous and fallible, even in their following.

Man cannot judge Abacha as we are all as fallible as the other man.

In the meantime, and because all forecasting models are fallible, I find it helpful to look at a broad range of indicators.

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