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Notice: HubMed feeds are no longer running

By admin | February 28, 2014

Notice: HubMed feeds are no longer running

A combination of events (the demise of Google Reader, availability of similar RSS feeds direct from PubMed, a usage warning from the service that hosts HubMed’s feeds) has led to the decision to stop running HubMed’s RSS feeds.

Sorry that it wasn’t possible to warn about this in advance - I hope that PubMed’s feeds will be suitable as a replacement.

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The Friday Mashup!: Fm149 Cindy's feeling Spring Flowers!
Hello friends, it's Cindy… thinking about spring! For those living up North- we are officially tired of snow. Let's create some fresh projects this week focusing on flowers. Let's mash it up with a monochromatic theme as well.

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Tyler Flowers wants to put awful 2013 behind
Tyler Flowers wants to put an awful 2013 season behind him. The 28-year-old catcher finally got substantial playing time for the Chicago White Sox after A.J. Pierzynski left and signed with Texas. But Flowers hit just .195 with 10 homers in 84 games, and his season was cut short by a right shoulder injury that required surgery in September. It didn't help that Chicago skidded to a 63-99 record …
Wed, 26 Feb 2014 09:09:03 -0800
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PetFirst Provides Poison Prevention Tips for Dog and Cat Owners

March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month, an opportunity to brush up on protecting our pets from the hazards in our homes.

(PRWeb February 27, 2014)

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Open Question: To kill a Mockingbird review questions and answers.?

By admin | May 19, 2013

Microscopic crystal ‘flowers’ build themselves in a Harvard lab - NBCNews.com

National Geographic

Microscopic crystal 'flowers' build themselves in a Harvard lab
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By Jillian Scharr, TechNewsDaily. Imagine peering into a microscope and finding yourself in a garden. That's the case at Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, where researchers have found a way to shape microscopic crystals into complex
Pictures: Nano "Flowers" Created in Lab - National Geographic NewsNational Geographic
Beautiful flowers self-assemble in a beakerEarthSky (blog)
These Aren't Flowers - GizmodoGizmodo
PetaPixel -Motherboard (blog) -DVICE
all 16 news articles »
Sat, 18 May 2013 01:23:51 GMT
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Mineral nutrient remobilization during corolla senescence in ethylene-sensitive and -insensitive flowers.

AoB Plants. 2013; 5: plt023
Jones ML

The flower has a finite lifespan that is controlled largely by its role in sexual reproduction. Once the flower has been pollinated or is no longer receptive to pollination, the petals are programmed to senesce. A majority of the genes that are up-regulated during petal senescence, in both ethylene-sensitive and -insensitive flowers, encode proteins involved in the degradation of nucleic acids, proteins, lipids, fatty acids, and cell wall and membrane components. A smaller subset of these genes has a putative role in remobilizing nutrients, and only a few of these have been studied in detail. During senescence, carbohydrates (primarily sucrose) are transported from petals, and the degradation of macromolecules and organelles also allows the plant to salvage mineral nutrients from the petals before cell death. The remobilization of mineral nutrients from a few species has been investigated and will be reviewed in this article. Ethylene’s role in nutrient remobilization is discussed by comparing nutrient changes during the senescence of ethylene-sensitive and -insensitive flowers, and by studies in transgenic petunias (Petunia × hybrida) that are insensitive to ethylene. Gene expression studies indicate that remobilization is a key feature of senescence, but some senescence-associated genes have different expression in leaves and petals. These gene expression patterns, along with differences in the nutrient content of leaves and petals, suggest that there are differences in the mechanisms of cellular degradation and nutrient transport in vegetative and floral organs. Autophagy may be the mechanism for large-scale degradation that allows for recycling during senescence, but it is unclear if this causes cell death. Future research should focus on autophagy and the regulation of ATG genes by ethylene during both leaf and petal senescence. We must identify the mechanisms by which individual mineral nutrients are transported out of senescing corollas in both ethylene-sensitive and -insensitive species.

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Open Question: To kill a Mockingbird review questions and answers.?

I have some review questions that I need answers too. The number in parenthesis are what chapter that question is from.
1. What is the plan to get Boo Radley to come out? (5)
2. Describe Mr. Avery. (6)
3. Why do they decide to wait until nightfall to peek into the Radley house? (6)
4. What does Scout see in the Radley yard that scares her? (6)
5. How does Dill claim Jem lost his pants? (6)
6. How does Scout feel about second grade? (7)
7. What does Jem like about 6th grade? (7)
8. Who does Scout think has been leaving the treasures? (7)
9. How do the kids express their appreciation? (7)
10. Who died this winter? (8)
11. What does Scout worry about if the Finch house caught on fire? (8)
12. Why were the firemen having such trouble putting out the fire? (8)
13. What happens to Scout the night of the fire? (8)
14. How does Miss Maudie react to the fire? (8)
15. Why does Scout get in a fight with Cecil Jacobs? (9)
16. Why does Atticus feel he needs to defend Tom Robinson? (9)
17. Where does the Finch family go every Christmas? (9)
18. What do the children get for Christmas? (9)
19. Why does Scout get in a fight with Francis? (9)
20. Describe Scout’s relationship with Uncle Jack. (9)
21. According to Miss Maudie, why is it a sin to kill a mockingbird? (10)
22. What does Miss Maudie teach Scout about her father? (10)
23. Who is Tim Johnson? (10)
24. Why does Mr.Tate give the rifle to Atticus, rather than shooting the dog himself? (10)
25. Why do Jem and Scout now have a new appreciation for Atticus? (10)
26. Describe Mrs. Dubose. (11)
27. Why does Jem destroy Mrs. Dubose’s flower garden? (11)
28. What is Jem’s punishment for ruining the flower garden? (11)
29. Why is Mrs. Dubose so sick? (11)
30. What does Atticus tell Jem was the one thing Mrs. Dubose wanted to do before she died? (11)
31. What does Mrs. Dubose give Jem? (11)
32. What is the reason Atticus wanted Jem to meet Mrs. Dubose? (11)
33. Why is Jem so inconsistent and moody? (12)
34. Why wasn’t Dill able to come to maycomb this summer? (12)
35. Describe Calpurnia’s church. (12)
36. How do the people at Cal’s church treat the children? (12)
37. Why doesn’t the church have hymn books? (12)
38. Why is the church collecting ten dollars? (12)
39. Of what is Tom Robinson accused? (12)
40. Who is Zeebo? (12)
41. How does Scout feel Calprunia is different at her own church? (12)
42. Why has Aunt Alexandra come to Maycomb? (13)
43. Describe aunt alexandra. (13)
44. How do the people of maycomb begin to treat Atticus and the children? (14)
45. Where does Scout find Dill? (14)
46. What does Dill claim is the reason he ran away? (14)
47. Why do the men come to talk to Atticus? (15)
48. Jem says he’s “just got this feeling.” What do you think he’s worried about? (15)
49. Why is Atticus sitting in the jailhouse? (15)
50. How do the men know that Mr. Tate won’t be coming to help Atticus? (15)
51. Why do the men tell Atticus to leave? (15)
52. Who does Scout recognize? (15)
53. Who was “covering” Atticus the whole time? (15)
54. How does Atticus show his affection towards jem? (15)
55. What does Atticus mean when he says that Mr. Cunningham has “blind spots”? (16)
56. Describe the atmosphere before the trial? (16)
57. Who is Dolphus Raymond? (16)
58. Why don’t the Raymond children fit in? (16)
59. Who helps the kids find a seat in the courtroom? (16)
60. Why does Atticus ask whether anyone called for a doctor? (17)

Sun, 19 May 2013 18:21:38 GMT
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D Picks Flowers
D picked flowers…
Sun, 19 May 2013 15:33:00 CDT
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Garden Time

By admin | May 18, 2013

Open Question: What are your thoughts about this poem I wrote?

To me, I view the glory and natural art
Of Nature to be innocently beautiful.
From the marvelous sweet scent of flowers,
To the brightly green coloured trees.
The dew drops on blades of grass,
And the crashing of waves in ocean sea’s.
The golden sunshine rising in the sky,
And the twinkle of diamond-like stars.
Beauty and creation is all around us,
On this magical Earth of our’s.
Wind swept lands of fine simplicity,
And sky’s that are crystal clear.
Pretty meadows and fields of yellow,
And woodland’s brown shy deer.
The begining of animals and creatures in spring,
All being born from new.
Heights from mountains and those large green hills,
And all things from a view.
The calmness of lakes and the peace of water,
Attracting me like a spell.
Long wide beaches and the seagulls above,
Stones and snail-like shells.
A rainbow in colour of pure fresh fruit,
The best that you will ever find.
The story of nature and journey of life,
Is from a God thats humble and kind.

Sat, 18 May 2013 14:19:20 GMT
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Garden Time
Last year we planted our very first garden & loved it! This year we got a little bit of a late start due to being out of town, but it actually may be better anyways since it has been so wet lately. Today we made it out to our plant lady’s house to buy a few starter plants from her. She has three lar
Sat, 18 May 2013 15:30:00 CDT
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Floweraura Launches its Online Flower Delivery in Pune

Floweraura http://www.floweraura.com (http://www.floweraura.com) is the name that resonates in the mind of customers each time they look to send flowers to India for someone they deeply care for!

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Edward Jones, 74
Edward Lee Roy Jones, 74, of South Webster, died Thursday, May 16, 2013, at SOMC Hospice.
Sat, 18 May 2013 08:00:00 GMT
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“Bite flowers, not people!” “He can’t, he has hay fever…” “Fine… Bite lollipops, not people!” what…

By admin | May 17, 2013

Tiny Test Tube Flowers Demonstrate Wonders Of Crystal Formation
April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online With spring come thoughts of green growing plants and beautiful flowers – Mother Nature showing off her finest. Wim L. Noorduin, a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences ( SEAS ), has been showing off his finest as well, growing delicate flower structures on the scale of microns in a beaker full of …
Fri, 17 May 2013 07:13:56 -0700
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Artificial Ivy Fence Roll Product: New Uses Revealed

Geranium Street Floral has found its Ivy Fence Roll product is actually ideal for a new-school game of “Hide and Seek.”

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“Bite flowers, not people!” “He can’t, he has hay fever…” “Fine… Bite lollipops, not people!” what…
“Bite flowers, not people!” “He can’t, he has hay fever…” “Fine… Bite lollipops, not people!” what…
GeeLucyHermione@twitter.com (GeorgiatheDovahkriid)
Fri, 17 May 2013 20:44:49 +0000
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Yes!
Arlene’s is fighting back! Barronelle Stutzman has decided that the best defense is a good offense. Stutzman, 68, is the owner of Arlene’s Flowers and Gifts, the Richland, Washington, business being sued by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson. Ferguson is suing Arlene’s because Stutzman declined to
Fri, 17 May 2013 15:22:00 CDT
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Bought My Mother's Day Flowers With Affirm, And Here's - TechCrunch
My parents have yet to receive their Christmas gift. Because they are avid skiers, I bought them gift cards to Heavenly Mountain last December, and because o..

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Scott Harvey Wines, Trip Advisor’s #1 Attraction in Amador County’s Sutter Creek, Announces Grand Opening of Expanded Tasting Room

By admin | May 16, 2013

Lenore Skomal: Spring flowers evoke memories, love | GoErie.com
My sister texted me on Mother's Day: 'The azaleas bloomed this morning … Having a moment.' Mine had not, I texted back. But I still shared in her 'moment.' Baffling how decades-old tears settle dormant under the surface, but

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Open Question: what does this mean in a relationship, and will this help?

My girlfriend was talking to me this morning, and I guess according to her she said i wasn’t being as responsive, because I was on the computer typing, working on HER homework…
So she took a fit, said she wasn’t happy, and crap like that about our relationship, said she hasn’t been happy the past few weeks….
Well, I don’t think it’s fair because when i try to talk to her sometimes she’ll completely ignore me, then get upset because I persist on talking to her?
I love her alot, but I don’t understand why she keeps telling me that she wants to end the relationship? Even yesterday she said, it’s not you it’s me bull crap….
Yet just yesterday she posted on my facebook wall how much she loves me and she’s told me this before…
I’m having flowers delivered to her at work today with a sweet message I wrote….
Is there anything else I can do?

Thu, 16 May 2013 15:38:33 GMT
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get over your hill & see what you find there, with grace in your heart & flowers in your hair. ~
get over your hill & see what you find there, with grace in your heart & flowers in your hair. ~
Shysterrr@twitter.com (shyann . †)
Thu, 16 May 2013 20:44:49 +0000
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Scott Harvey Wines, Trip Advisor’s #1 Attraction in Amador County’s Sutter Creek, Announces Grand Opening of Expanded Tasting Room

Scott Harvey Wines successfully creates a wine tasting destination in Amador County’s Sutter Creek. Grand Opening of expanded Scott Harvey Wines Tasting Room set for June 1st, 2013.

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Beekeeping and Honey Label T-Shirts: 15% Discount

In their effort to support and promote beekeeping, sustainable agriculture, local, small and family owned farms and other local food sources, Crooked Brook is offering a 15% discount off beekeeping and honey logo-label custom printed t-shirts from 5/15 to 5/22/2013 with the promo code "522013".

(PRWeb May 15, 2013)

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RT @laura_hudson: It’s amusing when the biggest online bullies act like the most delicate, sensitive flowers. People who live in a glass se…

By admin | May 15, 2013

RT @laura_hudson: It’s amusing when the biggest online bullies act like the most delicate, sensitive flowers. People who live in a glass se…
RT @laura_hudson: It’s amusing when the biggest online bullies act like the most delicate, sensitive flowers. People who live in a glass se…
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Wed, 15 May 2013 20:44:50 +0000
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AMTC Auditions To Be Held in Flower Mound on Saturday, June 8th

Bad is bold in the entertainment industry, so good must be bolder. It’s time for God’s stars to stand up on the stages of film, fashion, music and theater.

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Lunch date! 05/15/13
As usual, I met with Jess today for a quick play date. I love visiting her at the Pru when the courtyard is open. The flowers and fountain and everything are just so darn beautiful. The girl talk ain’t half bad either. lol leather jacket - Buffalo by David Bitton Ouija tank - All Saints shekinah nec
Wed, 15 May 2013 15:36:00 CDT
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Children pack Memorial Park to plant flowers « The Medina County
More than 100 elementary school students planted flowers Wednesday in front of the playground at Memorial Park. Julia Denman, 8, a second grader; and Victoria Otworth, 7, a first grader at Eliza Northrop Elementary School,

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Deputies: Man tried to rape, kill woman he met while fishing

By admin | May 14, 2013

the flowers outside are so pretty********
the flowers outside are so pretty********
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Tue, 14 May 2013 20:45:14 +0000
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Flowers Foods Inc. : First Quarter 2013 Earnings Conference Call Webcast Invitation
THOMASVILLE, GA; May 9, 2013-Flowers Foods (NYSE: FLO) will review first quarter 2013 earnings and take questions from analysts during a live webcast on Thursday, May 16, 2013. The company will release …
Thu, 09 May 2013 08:03:02 -0700
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Spring as come!
Hey all! Just wanted to show you some pictures from around my family farm! I was a little upset about how these up loaded because they were clear and crisp before I loaded them on to my blog, but oh well, I’ll show you any way! Pink Tulips Daffodils Rhododendron Laura and I! Laura is so cute! This i
Tue, 14 May 2013 15:34:00 CDT
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Deputies: Man tried to rape, kill woman he met while fishing
SCAPPOOSE, Ore. Columbia County sheriff’s deputies arrested a man who they said tried to rape and kill a woman on Sunday.
Tue, 14 May 2013 00:14:13 GMT
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The expression and phylogenetic analysis of four AP3-like paralogs in the stamens, carpels, and single-whorl perianth of the paleoherb Asarum caudigerum.

Mol Biol Rep. 2013 May 9;
Zhao YH, Larson-Rabin Z, Li DZ, Wang GY, Peng S, Li CY

The paleoherb species Asarum caudigerum (Aristolochiaceae) is important for research into the origin and evolution of angiosperm flowers due to its basal position in the angiosperm phylogeny. In this study, four MADS-box-containing transcripts were isolated from A. caudigerum by rapid amplification of cDNA ends (RACE). Sequence comparisons and phylogenetic analyses indicated that they possess high homology to AP3 subfamily genes, which have been shown previously to be involved in petal and stamen development in eudicots. Reverse-transcription quantitative PCR (RT-qPCR) and in situ hybridization analyses showed AcAP3-A expression mainly in the second whorl (stamens) and AcAP3-B expression in whorls 1 and 3 (perianth and carpels). Compared with eudicot AP3 homologs, premature translation termination codons were caused by an insertion in the K1 domain of AcAP3-C, and by a deletion in the 7th exon of AcAP3-D. Sequence analyses suggested that the A. caudigerum AP3 lineage had undergone gene duplication and subfunctionalization, diverging in expression patterns during perianth, stamen, and carpel development. Based on comparative genomic and phylogenetic analyses, we concluded that subfunctionalization has likely contributed to the persistence of two functional AP3 paralogs, that two other copies may have become pseudogenes, and that these AP3 duplication and subfunctionalization events may have contributed to the evolution of the unusual floral morphology of A. caudigerum.

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Melting My Resolve

By admin | May 13, 2013

Open Question: Probability help! (statistics)?

A florist has a large bucket of flowers that contain 10 white flowers, 10 pink, 10 red, and 10 purple. Four flowers are randomly selected from the bucket. Find the probability that all four flowers are purple.
Thanks!!

Mon, 13 May 2013 19:48:16 GMT
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Melting My Resolve
We’re moving back to California on May 29th, which is now only two weeks and two days away. All semester long I was counting the days until I could get out of New York City, but now that our flight is fast approaching, I’m second-guessing my choice. I got sick with a bad cold on the first day of May
Mon, 13 May 2013 15:29:00 CDT
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Send Mother’s Day Gifts to India with DelightGifts.in Through Its Range of Unique Gift Experiences

DelightGifts.in has just released the results of an online survey showcasing the Top 7 unique gift experiences as Mother’s Day gifts.

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Put Twitter down and smell the flowers once and a while tough guy…..
Put Twitter down and smell the flowers once and a while tough guy…..
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Mon, 13 May 2013 20:44:57 +0000
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Another fantastic team of craftsmen - come visit flowers by Glen next door to Rockwood Garden Centre where an… http://t.co/tN5Bp7tUgW

By admin | May 12, 2013

Specialized bat tongue is a hemodynamic nectar mop.

Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2013 May 6;
Harper CJ, Swartz SM, Brainerd EL

Nectarivorous birds and bats have evolved highly specialized tongues to gather nectar from flowers. Here, we show that a nectar-feeding bat, Glossophaga soricina, uses dynamic erectile papillae to collect nectar. In G. soricina, the tip of the tongue is covered with long filamentous papillae and resembles a brush or mop. During nectar feeding, blood vessels within the tongue tip become engorged with blood and the papillae become erect. Tumescence and papilla erection persist throughout tongue retraction, and nectar, trapped between the rows of erect papillae, is carried into the mouth. The tongue tip does not increase in overall volume as it elongates, suggesting that muscle contraction against the tongue’s fixed volume (i.e., a muscular hydrostat) is primarily responsible for tip elongation, whereas papilla erection is a hydraulic process driven by blood flow. The hydraulic system is embedded within the muscular hydrostat, and, thus, intrinsic muscle contraction may simultaneously increase the length of the tongue and displace blood into the tip. The tongue of G. soricina, together with the tongues of nectar-feeding bees and hummingbirds, which also have dynamic surfaces, could serve as valuable models for developing miniature surgical robots that are both protrusible and have highly dynamic surface configurations.

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Open Question: What is the order a wedding goes in?

I know it’s ceremony happy hour reception but what order does the dinner first dance flower toss etc come in

Sun, 12 May 2013 20:10:54 GMT
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Another fantastic team of craftsmen - come visit flowers by Glen next door to Rockwood Garden Centre where an… http://t.co/tN5Bp7tUgW
Another fantastic team of craftsmen - come visit flowers by Glen next door to Rockwood Garden Centre where an… http://t.co/tN5Bp7tUgW
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Sun, 12 May 2013 20:45:03 +0000
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Newly Opened RV Sprouts Delivers Gardening Supplies For RV Users

RV Sprouts helps RV enthusiasts eat smarter and healthier.

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Here's why Brandon Flowers was named the NFL's 75th best player

By admin | May 11, 2013

Pakistanis defy violence in historic election
Despite attacks that killed 29 people, Pakistanis turned out in huge numbers Saturday to vote in an election that marked a historic democratic transfer of power in a country plagued by military coups.
Sat, 11 May 2013 20:23:49 GMT
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CrowleyFresh Hits the Motherload: Miami Cold Storage Warehouse to Handle Nearly 100,000 Boxes of Flowers for Mother’s Day

CrowleyFresh, Miami’s newest cold storage warehouse and perishables handling operation, is buzzing with activity this week as the company helps local Sunshine Flowers prepare for Mother’s Day by storing tens of thousands of boxes of fresh flowers, which will be delivered to supermarkets just in time for the holiday rush.

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Here's why Brandon Flowers was named the NFL's 75th best player
The Kansas City Chiefs are officially repped on NFL Network's top 100 players ranking. Coming in at No. 75 is a KC Chief cornerback.

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4 Ways to Eat Your Flowers - Care2.com

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4 Ways to Eat Your Flowers
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As many of our favorite flowers blossom, we're planning to incorporate the edible varieties into our menus. Here are four favorite recipes to add a bit of color and flora to your fare: Above: Of the rose petal honey she creates, Gardenista contributor


Sat, 11 May 2013 17:12:24 GMT
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RT @awkwardposts: Blowjobs are like flowers for men.
RT @awkwardposts: Blowjobs are like flowers for men.
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Sat, 11 May 2013 20:45:02 +0000
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