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Plum

In the United Kingdom, a rarely used slang term for 100,000 pounds.
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In the course of my research, I came across clues related to a question with regard to why, over time, bamboo and plum trees emerged as important motifs in Choson porcelain decoration, which I briefly noted in a sentence in the paper.
Roswell, GA Women's Workshop at Plum Tree Yoga: Face and honor challenges of "the change of life".
Widower Angelo de Luca was in a coma for four days after falling out of a plum tree in his garden.
RANGERS star Ally McCoist is selling his mansion - complete with "the best plum tree in the world".
In writings dating back to 479 BC, he describes the plum tree as a beautiful lover:
No one was home at the Plum Tree Apartments, 1555 W.
In every other way," says Scorza, "C5 acts like a normal plum tree.
Joan Mugleston of Glascote, near Tamworth, has a very old plum tree in her garden which she remembers being there for at least 36 years.
Melodious liquid warble in the plum Tree tells the sinking year how to feel Its recession into grief as if a thorn Poked a nester in an old wounded heart Of stone from which slowly drips recognition All breathing human passion far above These days atonal as white noise Through bare branches cotton clouds drift by Last yellowed leaves catch lone rays of sun Going down into the motherless ocean A light plane buzzes off toward brown hills As shade drops over the next urban plot To prepare the air for what the dead don't know How swiftly we are coming to join them
SAN FRANCISCO -- AbsolutelyNEW, a leading edge company that develops innovative products for the consumer and business marketplace, announced today that their Science and Technology division has licensed The Mann Plum Tree in a nonexclusive contract to Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Co.
Put wooden props under any heavily-laden apple, pear and plum tree branches to prevent the weight of the fruit breaking them.