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    Default a clump of green rushes

    Just opposite me was a clump of green rushes, with dark velvety spikes.


    it refers to green wheat spikes?

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    Default Re: a clump of green rushes

    There is nothing in the sentence you give to indicate the presence of wheat - and what does not have spikes.
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    Default Re: a clump of green rushes

    I understood. Thank you

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