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English sentences can be extremely tough to understand, help me please! what is the simple meaning of these sentences? This skeleton inscape of a spray-end of ash tree I broke at Wimbledon that summer is worth noticing for the suggested globe: it is leaf on the left and keys on the right.
Nov 26, 2014 11:16 AM
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He's describing the ends of an ash tree in the fall. He's saying that the pattern of it looks like a skeleton. The spray-end is the end of the branch that has leaves and seeds(keys). He broke off a piece at Wimbledon and sketched it in his journal. The shape of it reminds him of a globe. I think what he broke off is something like this: http://www.sciencephoto.com/image/33897/350wm/B7870461-Ash_tree_seed_cases_Fraxinus_excelsior_-SPL.jpg
November 26, 2014
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