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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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Now, Steffen and his fellow comedians are staginga 'Giggles for Grasslands' evening at The Stand Comedy Club in Newcastle tonight, and all money raised will be spent on conserving the region's in decline grasslands.
Cattle ranching activities are carried out in the entire region, and there are no 'pristine' grassland areas: in Brazil, Dom Pedrito (30[degrees] 58' 58" S; 54[degrees] 20' 12" W) and in Uruguay, DR (30[degrees] 58' 19" S; 55[degrees] 26' 40" W and 31[degrees] 40' 04" S; 54[degrees] 31' 30" W), and DCL (32[degrees] 21' 03" S; 53[degrees] 58' 54" W).
Since the end of the Second World War, 97% of the UK's natural lowland grasslands have either been ploughed up or built upon.
Travelling route: Taking a plane from Beijing to Urumqi, and then taking a bus or plane from Urumqi to the Narat Grassland.
Travel Business Review-August 22, 2012--Conservation group purchases grasslands in Montana(C)2012] ENPublishing - http://www.
Although not covering large areas, semi-natural calcareous grassland communities are well represented in Kemeri National Park.
August: Grassland meadows will be cut sometime later in the month, as recommended in a Rauscher Farm report by the Massachusetts Audubon Society.
3 hectares of the grassland has burned, while 13 hectares is still
Forty-six academics and researchers from Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America contribute 12 chapters examining various aspects of grassland biodiversity.
When the project started in 2003, the grassland held very little biodiversity or wildlife interest because it had been mowed regularly.
According to the study, which was carried out in Inner Mongolia, grassland produces more nitrous oxide during the spring thaw when sheep or cattle have not been grazing.
When junipers invade and occupy grasslands, they also decrease production, density, and diversity of associated herbaceous grassland species (Schott and Pieper, 1985; McPherson and Wright, 1990; Dye et al.