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toy wiki:
>This article is about things that people play with. See also Toys for the 1992 film of that name starring Robin Williams; or toy dog, referring to one of many very small breeds of dog. A toy is something to play with, for children, adults or both. They may either be the sole device used in an enjoyable activity or one of many. Toys have been in existence for thousands of years; dolls either of infants, animals, or soldiers, and miniature representations of the tools of adults are readily found at archaeological sites. The Inca, for example, had a rolling toy even though their adult culture did not employ the wheel. Two comparatively recent developments of toys have been their mass production and copyrighting. A number of these copyrighted, mass-produced toys are associated with particular decades in the twentieth century. See more at Wikipedia.org...

grass wiki:
>This article is about plants; for other uses of the term, see Grass (disambiguation) Grass generally describes a monocotyledonous green plant characterized by slender leaves, called blades, which usually grow arching upwards from the ground. Plants that are botanically regarded as "true" grasses fall into the flowering plant family, Poaceae. However, there are other plants outside this plant family that have similar appearance, and are commonly referred to as grasses, or have "grass" as part of their name. These include:China grass, more commonly known as Ramie (Boehmeria nivea), a nettle grown for bast fibres, in the Family UrticaceaeDitch grass or Wigeon grass (Ruppia maritima) in the Family RuppiaceaeFish grass (Cabomba caroliniana), a freshwater aquaticGoosegrass (Galium aparine)Mondo grass or Lily turf (Ophiopogon japonicus), an Asian ornamental ground coverNutgrass, a common lawn pest (Cyperus rotundus) in the Family CyperaceaePepper grasses (Lipidium spp.) in the family BrassicaceaeSawgrass, abundant in sub-tropical marshlands (Cladium spp.) in the Family CyperaceaeScurvy-grass (Cochlearia species) in the Family BrassicaceaeScurvy-grass Sorrel (Oxalis enneaphylla) in the Family OxalidaceaeSeagrasses, including Eel grass (Zostera spp.)"Sleeping grass" (Mimosa pudica) a legume (Family Fabaceae) and lawn weedXyridaceae, known as the yellow-eyed grass family See more at Wikipedia.org...

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