1. the compass point that is one point east of northeast
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  • Jurgen Nebelung, Embrocation Cycling Journal, in 1: 36: 48.00 41. Equal prize money to Holloway and Tamayo at Boston’s TD Bank Mayor’s Cup
  • Over 800+ cataloged specimens from seven species of dinosaur, including the type specimen of the first Jurassic ankylosaur Mymoorapelta, have been recovered from this bonebed. Cooperative Management of Paleontological Resources on Federal Lands in Mesa County, Colorado
  • You may have been offered red Japanese wineberries (Rubus phoenicolasius) from someone's garden; they're sweet but not a patch on blackberries for flavour. Times, Sunday Times
  • Well, as I was 'bout to say, you mus 'promise me on your word ob honour, dat you'll neber go _alone_ to see your fadder, but allers in company wid Sally; dat you neber, neber speak to him, an' dat you neber make you'self know'd to him till de right time comes. The Middy and the Moors An Algerine Story
  • Regards from Beat Gonk one of the Gonks that keep on playing cool ! cinebeats says; December 11, 2007 @ 11:12 am Let’s Go Gonk!
  • As Kate Bolick tells us, marriage isn't for everyone and being single doesn't bear the stigma it once did; and as Eric Klineberg reveals in Going Solo: The Extraordinary Rise and Surprising Appeal of Living Alone, contrary to what we may think, single people tend to be more socially engaged and civic-minded. Sabrina Schaeffer: The Proposal Farce: Entertainment Coupled With Anti-Marriage
  • Shadbush/Juneberry blooming, Canada mayflower leaves up but no flowers yet. Mixed bag
  • East of the School of Forestry is what Peter terms a West Coast garden with rimu, kanuka, mountain beech, coprosma, nikau, wineberry, native fuchsia, pohutukawa, and ferns.
  • Further north you have service berries or juneberries in the wet woodlands; bearberries on the moors and heaths, checkerberries or wintergreen in the woods and moors, and cranberries in the boggy heaths, which has berries that remain on the plant throughout winter.
  • Other names for some of them include sarvisberry, shadbush or shadbloom (because blooming when the shad are running in eastern rivers), juneberry, and saskatoon.
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