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Lexicographical Neighbors of Frogeye
Literary usage of Frogeye
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Management Guide for Low-Input Sustainable Apple Production by Lorraine P. Berkett (1994)
"frogeye Leaf Spot frogeye leaf spot is a foliar disease caused by Botryosphaeria ... frogeye leaf spot is most severe in cultivare such as 'Cortland' and ..."
2. News Writing, the Gathering, Handling and Writing of News Stories by Matthew Lyle Spencer (1917)
"He was answered by frogeye, who celebrated his latest release from gaol by ... Before she could open her mouth, frogeye plunged into the tale: "Ef it hadn't ..."
3. Pathogens of Soybean Seeds: Bibliographyby Andrew Kalinski by Andrew Kalinski (1999)
"... 'Young' and 'Brim' were developed and released. Young and Brim are resistant to soybean mosaic viruses. Young is also highly resistant to frogeye ..."
4. Bulletin by Geological Survey (U.S.) (1904)
"frogeye; village in Somerset County. Frogtown; village in Harford County. Front Wye; river on boundary between Queen Anne and Talbot counties, ..."
5. The Tin Deposits of the York Region, Alaska, by Arthur James Collier (1904)
"Frog; hollow in Collier Mountain in Allegany County. Frog; point in Dorchester County, projecting into Nanticoke River. frogeye; village in Somerset County. ..."
6. Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture by Pennsylvania Dept. of Agriculture (1916)
"It contains fungicide for the further control of scab, sooty fungus, bitter rot, and frogeye fungi. This is an important spray and should be very thorough. ..."