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Grass

A slang term for $10 in Hong Kong. Bowl and stripe are equivalent terms. See also: Hong Kong dollar.
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Rosa of the Wild Grass: The Story of a Nicaraguan Family is a grassroots history of Nicaragua told through the eyes of three generations of mujeres Nicaraguenses (Nicaraguan women).
I Like the anthropomorphism of the South American Verbena brasiliensis, which "stutters" in Wild Grass on the Riverbank with a "strong accent," Ito's own strange relationship to language captures the experience of migrants whose lack of English has, in Angles's words, "condemned them to silence."
The Chinese Prose Poem: a Study of Lu Xun's Wild Grass (Yecao)
(3) The papers that follow generally translate Yecao as Wild Grass because it is the title of the only published English-language translation, but there also exists a strong predilection in English-language criticism to name the collection Weeds.
We have deliberately conserved weeds and wild grass to make a perfect habitat for these day- flying insects," said Dr M.
A second gene found in the wild grass Aegilops tauschii, a botanical parent of today's bread wheat (T.
THE LONG, WINDING ROAD by Raymond Hoffman Wild grass near Buoir, Snaefelness Iceland.
The French-Italian film Wild Grass, directed by Alain Resnais, is a story about Marguerite, a successful dentist with a busy practice and an offbeat hobby - flying small airplanes.
The fire engulfed mainly uninhabited mountains of shrubs, wild grass and some stretches of Chinese pine trees.
Supply of 50 wild grass cutting machines with related parts.
Bamboo, a wild grass that grows in many parts of Africa, could help tackle climate change and provide income for local communities.
Microscopic particles trapped in the teeth contained residues of wild grass, beans, roots and tubers, as well as palm dates.