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Green Blades Of Grass Puzzle Details:

About: In today's puzzle we feature lots and lots of green blades of grass. Grasses are an important part of the vegetation in many habitats, including savannahs, prairies, wetlands, forests and tundra. Ornamental grasses are used in many styles of garden designs or as lawns. Grass lawns are used for covering playing surfaces in many sports, including football, soccer, tennis, golf, baseball, cricket and softball.
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