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Fall

An obsolete Scottish unit of length equivalent to 222 inches.
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Although the length of Last Autumn may at first be overwhelming to some, I encourage you to give yourself the gift of time to listen quietly.
Those who rely on astronomical science will know that autumn only began here at the equinox time of 8.20am GMT on September 23 and it will last until the winter solstice begins at 4.38am on December 22.
SHE'S IN FASHION: Dunnes Stores New Autumn Collection, Available at Dunnes Foyleside
But back to those golden berries: Most autumn olive shrubs actually bear crimson berries, which by now have been stripped from the stem.
With the Autumn Release, ChannelAdvisor gives its customers access to potential new customers around the globe through support for Tesco in the UK, Best Buy in the US as well as Amazon China and Amazon Japan.
The research work was carried out in the research area of Oilseed Programme at National Agricultural Research Center, Islamabad during spring and autumn season of 2008.
Autumn Years received payments from RHCA and a number of other entities that Plotkin owned or controlled.
While ornamental grasses and the daisy-like blooms of heleniums and rudbeckias continue to provide colour, it's important to have some shrubs in your border which will provide the link between the end of summer and the beginning of autumn and beyond.
Hilton Worldwide, a subsidiary of the Blackstone Group (NYSE: BX) and a US-based hospitality company, has announced an Autumn Flavours promotion at the Hilton Tokyo Hotel in Tokyo, Japan.
One of these cases requiring further investigation are the types of autumn, spring and among (semi-semi spring autumn) in different wheat varieties is that they can identify the field of culture and further development of these figures be provided.
Autumn brings them--longer and longer nights until winter begins.