• Manolita Flowers
Manolita Flowers

Other names with which it is known are: common laurel, of palo, American laurel paleo or laurel of kitchen, rustic . The common laurel is an evergreen dioecious tree 5-10 m high, straight trunk with gray bark and dense, dark crown. They measure about 3-9 cm in length and have short petioles. The beam is dark green glossy, while the underside...

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  • Cycadaceae photos on Flickr | Flickr
Cycadaceae photos on Flickr | Flickr

This critically endangered cycad species endemic to China has distribution in four small populations in the vicinity of Debao County, western Guangxi and one small population in eastern Yunnan Province. It was only discovered in 1996 and was given the title of 'National Treasure' by the Chinese government. * Update July 2009: I am starting to t...

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  • AutoChess: March 2017
AutoChess: March 2017

According to Hauser, there are hundreds of reports that these kinds of terrorist cells have infiltrated European countries, and, it is evident that there is an IS command structure in place, that will, launch a coordinated attack on Germany.

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  • Invasion of Bats - InterNACHI
Invasion of Bats - InterNACHI

Due to high levels of phosphorus and nitrogen, guano (bat feces) is an effective fertilizer and an ingredient of gunpowder. Guano has been such a critical resource that in 1879, a war between Chile and Bolivia, which was called the Guano War, was fought over rights over the guano-rich western coastline.

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  • The World from my iPhone: NEW CAMERA IPHONE 5
The World from my iPhone: NEW CAMERA IPHONE 5

It is 25% smaller than that of its previous phone, the 4s. It also has the integration of a new sapphire crystal. The front camera has also received improvements, such as support for 720p recording, face detection and better image stabilizer.

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  • WWT: Educated Girls Change the Future
WWT: Educated Girls Change the Future

We have also made great progress in determining our strategy for sustainable development for the Leadership Institute programs and for ADIMTU as a continuing grassroots force for change in San Pedro Sacatepéquez. / p> Gender Equity To observe how they really put this issue into practice was also interesting, because being so accustomed to a m...

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  • Jake s | Tumblr
Jake s | Tumblr

Searching for his coding for a way to make Jeremy more responsive the SQUIP stopped when he saw something written in smaller print than the rest of the code. "Opening it's new eyes the SQUIP blinked a few times before looking down at it's new body. Jeremy's old body. Testing ones reflexes the SQUIP moved it's arms and legs experimentally flexing th...

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  • Witch
Witch

February 21, the date shone in the corner of your computer, there was something special about that date, but I could not remember that, suddenly a new e-mail: your grandmother died. I came to his apartment, had a beer and some sleeping pills, did not want to do anything else, just thought that the next day he would know who was writing.

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  • The lame naturalist
The lame naturalist

Everyone knows my aversion to hunting. Because not a single one of the arguments that the hunters wield has validity in our days. Not one. So when, during one of my usual outings to the countryside, I discovered the lifeless body of a heron, I immediately assumed that it was one of the countless victims of this group.

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  • Oltra Mirada
Oltra Mirada

A very beautiful place where Fontaine de Fontestorbes stands out, which springs up inside a grotto, with a path that allows you to reach the bottom. Medieval remains with ruins of castles that were Cathars or Albigeois, such as Montségur Roquefixade and Puivert (whose ruins are the most easily visited.

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  • 1300 trees for sea turtles in Junquillal | WWF
1300 trees for sea turtles in Junquillal | WWF

The idea of ​​planting in Junquillal de Santa Cruz, Guanacaste, was born on this same beach in 2008 with the aim of mitigating the effects of climate change. For decades this public area remained almost barren except what some settlers and the local Development Association were able to plant. Finally, with the start of the 2009 rainy season and...

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  • An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie
An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie

Below are the most common reasons: You have cookies disabled in your browser. You need to reset your browser to accept cookies or to ask if you want to accept cookies. To provide access without cookies would require the site to create a new session for every page you visit, which slows the system down to an unacceptable level.

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  • Network News
Network News

The Mission of ACE Leadership High School is to equip young people who love to design and build things to become leaders in the construction profession. he Mission of ACE Leadership High School is to equip young people who love to design and build things to become leaders in the construction profession.

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  • & quot; Wetlands Plants & quot; & quot; Winter Red Winterberry & quot; & quot; Ilex verticulata & quot; aaa, sss, eee, xxx - YouTube
& quot; Wetlands Plants & quot; & quot; Winter Red Winterberry & quot; & quot; Ilex verticulata & quot; aaa, sss, eee, xxx - YouTube

The Aliso or Ilex verticillata if you like botanical names. There are several varieties, but some of the most commonly seen winterberry holly in the northeastern areas are: 'Red Winter' - a prolific berry grower who grows up to 6 to 8 feet 'Sprite Red' - a dwarf variety which is maintained at about 2 to 4 feet Winterberry occurs naturally in mars...

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  • Manolita Flowers
Manolita Flowers

Other names with which it is known are: common laurel, of palo, American laurel paleo or laurel of kitchen, rustic . The common laurel is an evergreen dioecious tree 5-10 m high, straight trunk with gray bark and dense, dark crown. They measure about 3-9 cm in length and have short petioles. The beam is dark green glossy, while the underside...

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  • Cotoneaster lacteus (Rosaceae). Perennial shrub with branches very covered with whitish hairs up to 4 m high. | Pinterest | Australian native garden, ...
Cotoneaster lacteus (Rosaceae). Perennial shrub with branches very covered with whitish hairs up to 4 m high. | Pinterest | Australian native garden, ...

Flowering autumn-winter in the form of pink panicles that will be opened in white in the month of January robinia pseudoacacia (fake acacia or white acacia) Leguminous legume tree up to 20m. It blooms in April-May. Rubus ulmifolius. Bramble or blackberry Perennial bush of thorny stems up to 4 meters. It grows in fresh and humid lands ...

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  • Huia photos on Flickr | Flickr
Huia photos on Flickr | Flickr

The most familiar fossils of the Solnhofen Plattenkalk include the early feathered theropod dinosaur Archeopteryx preserved in such detail that they are among the most famous and most beautiful fossils in the world. The short denomination form Humboldt-Museum is misleading for two reasons : First, because since 2009 the Naturkundemuseum does not be...

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  • Trump, Kim trade more insults
Trump, Kim trade more insults

Sanctions are meant to stop North Korea from developing its nuclear weapons program, but Kim Jong Un said in his statement that Trump's United Nations speech convinced him he is on the right path and will not end the weapons program.

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  • 5 things to know about N. Korean leader's rebuke of Trump
5 things to know about N. Korean leader's rebuke of Trump

Greg Palkot got a rare interview with a North Korean defector who warned the U.S.to take dictator Kim Jong Un's threats seriously. On Thursday, Mr Trump signed an executive order to introduce new sanctions against North Korea over its nuclear weapons programme.

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  • Two seismic events in North Korea unlikely man-made: CTBTO
Two seismic events in North Korea unlikely man-made: CTBTO

As previously reported, North Korea may conduct a powerful test of a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific ocean. She said it was clear that the quake wasn't caused by an artificial explosion. "The groundwork laid in 2016 has been built on in 2017, with 122 states approving the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons at the U.N.in July 2017".

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