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The basic differences are: the Gray Plover is larger in size (no black feathers on the shoulders), has larger eyes, a small white stripe well above the eyes, the beak is short and slightly thicker. In the breeding season it migrates towards the dry tundra of the Arctic: the coast of northern Alaska, Canada and Russia. It feeds on terrestrial insects, invertebrates, polychaetes, bivalves and crustaceans. Read More

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Jardin Mary, the favorite

Jardin Mary, the favorite

In the first world, at the same time as these hard-working people were getting up early dayly to make this land, the familyCaballero Vindas was formed by two boys and five girls, Carmen Cecilia, Nubia Mildred, Jose Leonidas (JR) , Ruby Etzel, Edith Argelis, Jose Abdiel and Maria Eugenia. Read More

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MORENAL PLANTS: Kalanchoe Pinnata (Yerba witch, leaf of the air, liberating) SUCULENTA MEDICINAL - Available in pot of cultivation N ° 12

Which is distinguished by the profusion of tiny seedlings that form on the margins of its leaves, this feature is common among members of the Bryophyllum section of the genus Kalanchoe. It is important that the soil is well drained to avoid the accumulation of liquid, which could cause decay of the vegetable base. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid excessive watering and let the soil dry between one water supply and the next. Read More

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Arteeblog: Van Gogh Series: Butterflies

Arteeblog: Van Gogh Series: Butterflies

For Van Gogh, the metamorphosis of the caterpillar into a butterfly is symbolic of the capacity of men and women for transformation. The difference between butterflies and moths: butterflies are more colorful and fly during the day. The moth called the "head of death" is a rarely seen night moth. He described the colors of the great moth "of incredible distinction, black, gray white, crimson or dimly obscured in olive green." Behind the moth is a background of flowers. Read More

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Bacopa Monnieri | Ancient Indian Natural Nootropic - Health Breaking News

The extract of this plant is often compared to Piracetam due to its excellent results in eliminating the source of anxiety. Unlike many memory supplements available on the market, this is a natural product extracted from crushed leaves. The effects do not show immediately, it might take some time to notice an improvement. Increasing the daily dosage will not bring benefits faster, instead, it might generate side effects. Read More

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MORENAL PLANTS: Kalanchoe Pinnata (Yerba witch, leaf of the air, liberating) SUCULENTA MEDICINAL - Available in pot of cultivation N ° 12

Which is distinguished by the profusion of tiny seedlings that form on the margins of its leaves, this feature is common among members of the Bryophyllum section of the genus Kalanchoe. It is important that the soil is well drained to avoid the accumulation of liquid, which could cause decay of the vegetable base. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid excessive watering and let the soil dry between one water supply and the next. Read More

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Vadekids: December 2013

Vadekids: December 2013

That is why today I am going to teach you some ideas to wrap your gifts this Christmas in an economic, personal and elegant way. One idea that I have loved is to create the gift of ourselves. Or we can cut shapes on cardboard or felt or any material that we have per house that will serve to decorate our packages. I do not know if you like to decorate your packages, I'm sure this year I'll do it because we will have a beautiful tree with all the same packages waiting to be opened, and ... Read More

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Sowing on roofs or high places | HipLatina

Sowing on roofs or high places | HipLatina

We must remember that the higher we are, the exposure to wind and sun is greater so it is important to have a combination of plants that serve as protection for the smallest, as well as for us. Irrigation in green parts. When exposed to nitrate, it is important to clean the accumulated layer on the leaves to allow the plant to breathe. You can use a damp cloth to wipe the wide sheets. Read More

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Survey reveals top ten design trends in residential landscaping

Survey reveals top ten design trends in residential landscaping

The number one trend (rainwater harvesting / domestic sewage) reflects growing consumer demand for residential landscapes that, in addition to being beautiful, save water. Rainwater / domestic sewage collection mechanisms (88%), native / adapted drought resistant plants (85%) and permeable paving (77%). The most popular outdoor recreational facilities for 2016 include sports courts (41%), spa-like elements (40%) and swimming pools (36%). Read More

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GreenTech Expo

GreenTech Expo

To learn about the attributes, versatility and value of Poraver please visit www.poraver.com. The Poraver multicellular porous glass spheres are eco-friendly, lightweight and made of post-consumer recycled color glass. Read More

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Power - She's On Boarding

Power - She's On Boarding

I traveled to Oaxaca de Juarez a week ago, the capital of the southern Mexican State to participate and witness the rituals and devotion to both life and death. "Who reads this Should also know That despite it all The dead are not gone Nor have they made them disappear That the magic of the dead Is in the dawn and the ladle On foot and in the cornfields In the drawings and in the river . Read More

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IV North American Ornithological Conference

IV North American Ornithological Conference

We have previously presented preliminary findings based on hydrogen isotope analysis of the central and outer rectrices obtained from 10 Swainson's Warblers (_Limnothylypis swainsonii_) netted when nesting in southeastern Oklahoma. Variations in the geographical latitude of the growth of rectrices in Swainson warblers based on hydrogen isotope ratios. MIA R. REVELS, Department of Biology, Northeastern State University, Tahlequah, Oklahoma, USA and DOUGLAS A. Read More

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Memory Pond

Memory Pond

When Professor Kutalmış Görkay, a professor at the University of Hawaii, Of Ankara University and his team of archaeologists began excavating, they found amazing and well-preserved glass mosaics rich with color. Görkay emphasized that now, the project will reach its most important stage - conservation. "From now on, we will work on restoration and conservation. Read More

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Annual for partial shade to total | More All of the Happiness of the Home and the Petunias | U of I Extension

Annual for partial shade to total | More All of the Happiness of the Home and the Petunias | U of I Extension

The afternoon sun is also within the parameters of the partial shade but, as it is very intense and radiates heat, the exposed areas usually require more attention and watering. Porte: 6-12 inches. Cultivars: 'Splash' series, Notes: Colorful foliage with pink and white spots. Ideal for partial shade Bloodleaf - Iresine herbstii Height: 10-15 inches. Read More

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Thais Flores Rojas

Thais Flores Rojas

I obtained my professional dance training at the National School of Contemporary and Classical Dance in Mexico City. I continued my studies at École de Danse Contemporaine de Montréal and got my diploma as a professional contemporary dancer. Read More

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Supreme Court reaffirms women's right to abortion | The NY Times

Supreme Court reaffirms women's right to abortion | The NY Times

In the case of "Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, "the Supreme Court ruled 5-3 against state law" HB 2 " - Conservative Judge Anthony Kennedy joined the four progressive judges - on the grounds that it" Does not offer enough medical benefits to justify "the enormous burden on women seeking constitutional access to abortion." The magistrates relied on a 1992 ruling in the case of Planned Parenthood v. Read More

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Abundance of the Loro corona parrot (Amazona finschi) and the orange Perico (Aratinga canicularis) in a forest cover gradient in the Michoacan Coast (PDF Download Available)

Abundance of the Loro corona parrot (Amazona finschi) and the orange Perico (Aratinga canicularis) in a forest cover gradient in the Michoacan Coast (PDF Download Available)

CoP13 Inf. 3 . COLLAR, NJ and JUNIPER, AT 1992. Dimensions and causes of the parrot conservation crisis. In: BEISSINGER, S. R. and SNYDER, N.F. and MEDELLÍN-LEGORRETA, R. A. 2005. Aratinga canicularis.Instituto de Ecología, Autonomous National University HARDY, J. W. 1963. Epigamic and reproductive behavior of the Orange-fronted Parakeet. Read More

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Natural Photo Archive

Natural Photo Archive

This year the novelty is that they have grown a pair of Charrancitos besides the usual of each year, Coots, Geese, Cigüeñuelas, Frisos, Azulones, Jars, Calamones, Herons, Zampullines, . Common Stilt Chicken (Himantopus himantopus, C. Camallarga, E. Black-winged stilt, I. Cavaliere d'Italia) Egretta garzetta, C. Martinet blanc, E. Read More

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BOCIGENOUS FOODS - HYPOTHYROIDISM-2016 - VplayHQ.com-Download Youtube MP3s

The names are Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli or broccoli. • • Turnips, radishes and mustard. • Soybeans when not fermented • Cassava, or raw cassava flour. The consumption of these foods is recommended neither more nor less than its high iodine content. If you like our videos please subscribe to our channel, so you can help us reach more people like you who need this information. Read More

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Contact Us | Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

Contact Us | Natural History Museum of Los Angeles

Of California with ID Active or retired military with identification Children age two or less * Free entry to the museum does not include Exhibitions that require a special ticket. The Museum has wheelchairs that are assigned on a first come, first served basis and can be requested at South Entrance by leaving your driver's license or other valid identification. Read More

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Brooklyn Museum: Monica P. & nbsp; Mayer

Brooklyn Museum: Monica P. & nbsp; Mayer

Her work has been exhibited in over 100 group exhibitions in Mexico, the U.S. (1990), Pino Suárez subway station (1990), Auditorium subway station (1993), The House of the Lake (1977), Carrillo Gil Museum (1987), Lourdes Chumacero gallery National Gallery in Kingston, Jamaica (1996), Candido Mendes Cultural Center in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (1997), The Colegio de Arquitectos in Pichinche, Ecuador (1997), the artists run gallery Pinto mi Raya Trotsky Museum (1999), the San Angel Cultural Center ... Read More

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THOUGHTS ON ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM: April 2011

THOUGHTS ON ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM: April 2011

However, when one sees his work he has the feeling that he is ahead of his time. -That I do not know. There is nothing better or worse than yesterday. But you participate in a contest and you know that there is a jury that dictates. As in everything, you have to accept what he says. That's why I tell you that the fun of the contest is to try to solve the problem. Read More

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Pissarro: trails and a lot of craft

Pissarro: trails and a lot of craft

It is the first time that a worker becomes the absolute protagonist of a painting. But it was a peasant and not a factory worker, perhaps not to make his point of view too clear and play ambiguity. It is said of Pissarro that in his great modesty he never sought to be a great genius , but that he intended to be just an honest worker. He did not want to represent society, but to do something useful for it. Read More

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ORNAMENTAL PLANTS - YouTube

ORNAMENTAL PLANTS - YouTube

The fruits are one-seeded, hairless or covered with hairs and are topped by a pappus white or brown decrepit. is sensitive to frost shrub widely cultivated and from the Cape region in southwest South Africa grows well in most temperate environments. Read More

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Biomes | ASU - Ask A Biologist

But sometimes, the way a group of things should be divided becomes a bit confusing. Let's think about dogs, for example. We can describe dogs as a large group of four-legged hairy friends with claws. Limits of Biomes You probably imagine a forest like a rainforest, where it is hot all year round. There are too many animals to count and the large number of trees keep their leaves throughout the year. Read More

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Alternative to traditional lawn in & quot; Planting Design for Dry Gardens & quot; From Olivier Filippi

The book I discussed today, in English, went on sale a year ago (January 2016) and is currently not available in Spanish. I hope to translate, as happened in his day with his first book Garden without irrigation, a book that has become the "bible" of many professionals and amateurs to design gardens, with a clear purpose to face the drought and follow the line of sustainable gardening. Read More

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Friends of the Salem Trees

Amigos de los Árboles will organize seven planting events between November 2016 and April 2017 to help increase the forest cover area as well as restore natural areas in Salem. Planting Friends of Trees is a great way to get outside, learn how to plant trees, meet people, meet service learning requirements, and help make the Salem region greener and healthier - all at your fingertips. Read More

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Fray Luis de León: poems, essays, and short stories | Poeticous

Fray Luis de León: poems, essays, and short stories | Poeticous

And if greater baseness do not know, nor equal, human judgment, that state in which I am by another's fault, with powerful hand bankruptcy, Queen of heaven, this chain. Virgin, who at the highest request no more humble yes you gave than honest, in whom the heavens contemplate desire; as a land put the arms imprisoned, blind eyes a hundred arrows I'm surrounding me, that in hurting me they are employed; I feel the pain, but I do not see the hand; I am not allowed to flee or ... Read More

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Dressed up girl

Dressed up girl

Was it worth everything we did? And what we fail to do, will we have another chance? I agree with the poet when he says that "it was cool the guy who had the idea of ​​dividing time in slices". Sometimes, I think that the great meaning of life is to die well. Live seventy, eighty, ninety years and leave here a little better resolved. Read More

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M. Di Luna

M. Di Luna

Pray that they will find the way of the Great Spirit. 3. Try to get to know yourself. Do not let others make your way for you. It's your road, and yours alone. Allow each person the right of personal expression. Page 8. Never speak of others in a bad way. The negative energy you put out into the universe will multiply back to you. Read More

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MicroBIO: 7/1/15 - 8/1/15

MicroBIO: 7/1/15 - 8/1/15

An estimated one-third of the world's population now has latent disease and, after HIV, is the infectious agent that most people kill: in 2001, about 8.8 million people contracted tuberculosis and 1.3 million died. Mycobacteria isolated from animals are: Mycobacterium microti (in mice, topillos, shrews and cats), Mycobacterium pinnipedii (in seals and sea lions), Mycobacterium caprae < (In goats and deer), Mycobacterium bovis (in livestock and other domestic and wild animals), ... Read More

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Borderland Beat:

Borderland Beat: "Commander Squirrel" Caught in Nuevo Laredo

Abandoned farm where Zetas dragged kidnapped migrant workers 72 Migrants Killed and Discarded by Los Zetas San Fernando, Tamaulipas 2010 After a series of shootouts between soldiers and Gunmen that occurred on Saturday, they arrested the man identified as Salvador Alfonso Martinez Escobedo, aka "Commander Squirrel." Martinez Escobedo, identified as the head of a cell of Los Zetas, was arrested in a residential area of ​​Nuevo Laredo, In San Fernando, Tamaulipas, Attorney General ... Read More

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