1. an African grass economically important as a cereal grass (yielding white flour of good quality) as well as for forage and hay
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  • These films were often made outside, or more accurately below, the major studios or even the established indies; director Lindsay Shonteff regularly remortgaged his house to finance such wonderfully sleazy titles as 1970's grim groupie tale Permissive. This week's new DVD & Blu-ray
  • Nevertheless, Steffen believes the formation of moulins can act to release a glacier's handbrake, that is a static glacier can move if meltwater helps to lubricate its passage. Climate Ark Climate Change & Global Warming RSS Newsfeed
  • The vinebranch of Heremonheber on Bregia’s plane where Teffia lies is leaved invert and fructed proper but the cublic hatches endnot open yet for hourly rincers’ mess. Finnegans Wake
  • While he would classify Vtion as a fairly small transaction that may not 'be the swallow that makes the summer, ' Mr. Steffens said there has been a notable pickup in equity capital markets.
  • Recall how inteffigent men like, well, Bertrand Russell or Henry Wallace took extensive tours of Stalin's Russia, and came home to report that it did have its problems but those had been exaggerated and were entirely due to extraneous factors and a benev olent government was copying with everything. There Will Be Time
  • The story begins at Steffans' darkest moment in the bathroom of a Beverly Hills hotspot.
  • Steffey is probably best known as mandolinist with Alison Krauss & Union Station, as he was with Alison during her rise to prominence in the bluegrass world and beyond. Cybergrass Bluegrass Music News
  • One of my favorite prognosticators, Worldchanging Executive Editor Alex Steffen keynoted last Tuesday with some simple and clear rules for the future of sustainable design. Sustainable Design Update » Blog Archive » Sustainable Thoughts From O’Reilly Conf.
  • February, and then often sow 'teff,' but more frequently a kind of vetch or pea, called Shimbra; these are cut down before the first rains, which are in April; yet with all the advantages of a triple harvest, which requires neither manure nor any expensive processes, the farmer in Abyssinia is always very poor. Celebrated Travels and Travellers Part 2. The Great Navigators of the Eighteenth Century
  • Mr Steffen, whose brief includes responsibility for the bank's productivity programmes, may well bring fresh ideas from manufacturing.
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