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Reply Wed 20 Feb, 2008 04:09 am
Which same word, used for the same basic reason in each case, can precede 'FEN', 'GLEN' and 'Prairie'? Many thanks if you can help.
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Francis
 
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Reply Wed 20 Feb, 2008 04:35 am
Wet?
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upandrunning
 
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Reply Wed 20 Feb, 2008 03:33 pm
Hi Francis, Many thanks for your reply. I had thought of wet but cannot seem to find the GLEN part - the others are okay. Appreciated.
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whiteviolet
 
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Reply Sat 23 Feb, 2008 05:05 pm
Tall grass?
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upandrunning
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2008 02:25 am
Good Morning whiteviolet, Many thanks for your answer. I did look at tall grass but it doesn't seem to fit in with GLEN. The other answer I had was wet, but again, doesn't seem to fit with GLEN or PRAIRIE. Must keep trying although answers are due for posting. Many thanks, appreciated.
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Francis
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2008 03:42 am
upandrunning wrote:
The other answer I had was wet, but again, doesn't seem to fit with GLEN or PRAIRIE.


Hi!

A simple search told me that "wet" is used before fen, glen and prairie:

Plants of wet prairies

Wet Glen

(mind that wet glens has also a different meaning)

Wet fens
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upandrunning
 
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Reply Sun 24 Feb, 2008 04:41 am
Grateful Francis, I'll go with WET. Many thanks for your answer.
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