In front of us there was an extensive brake of wild sugar-cane; and the stream was shaded by the dark green
knotted stem of the Ava, -- so famous in former days for its powerful intoxicating effects.
Now, to pass to another subject, had your mistress a dark green
dress in her wardrobe?"
That striking picture dominated a massive mahogany desk, and, in front of this desk, a very roomy, tall-backed armchair of dark green
And summer, with its deep dark green
and drowsy hum--when the rain-drops whisper solemn secrets to the listening leaves and the twilight lingers in the lanes!
1 Referring to Triangle-Squares in Quilt Basics and to Diagram 1-A, use 1 dark green
A and 1 yellow A to make 2 unit 1's.
For a timeless gift which she is sure to love, consider the Flamengo Vase in Dark Green
- bold and yet still minimalist in design, the sleek finish offers a unique alternative to a regular vase.
If you want to make just one runner, you will need: V2 yard light green print, V2 yard cream small print, 1/4 yard red texture, 3/8 yard dark green
texture, 1/8 yard light green texture, 1/2 yard dark green
print and 1/2 yard for stripe binding.
If caregivers are able to make their own baby and toddler foods, they can include foods that are the basis of a healthy vegan diet like dried beans and peas and dark green
An Age-Related Macular Degeneration prevented or its progression slowed down through dietary intake of dark green
leafy vegetables and/or supplementation.
If you have to narrow down choices, put dark green
and yellow-orange vegetables at the top of the list.
This will remove all the dark green
deposits and algae blooms but as I said you will need to keep on top of it or cut back vegetation and try to get some sunlight on to the paving.
Character Descriptor and code 1 Growth habit Erect (2), semi-erect (4) and prostrate (6) 2 Flower colour White (1), purple (2) and pink (3) 3 Stem colour Green (1), pink (2), violet (3) and purple (4) 4 Stem hairiness Glabrous (1), weak/sparse (3), medium (5) and profuse (7) 5 Petiole colour Green (1), pink (2), violet (3) and purple (4), 6 Petiole hairiness Glabrous (1), weak/sparse (3), medium (5) and profuse (7) 7 Leaf colour Dark green
(1) and light green (2), 8 Leafhairiness Glabrous (1), weak/sparse (3), medium (5) and profuse (7) Source: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO, 1995); numbers in brackets on the right-hand side are the corresponding descriptor codes listed in the FAO publication with modifications during the development of the list.