The Tulip Eaters

Author: Antoinette van Heugten
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She glanced at the silver ring of his she still wore, its tulip design delicate, lovely.
“Nora?” Nora returned to the present. “I didn't want to be around anyone except
my mother. And she understood that I needed to be left alone until I could get my
life back on track. Then just as I started meeting people, I found out that I was
preg- nant. What a shock! But so exhilarating. It eclipsed my life. I didn't have time
for anything else.” She saw Marijke give her a sideways glance. “You're still in
love ...

The Next Page A Fiction Sampler For Book Clubs

Author: Jason Mott
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 145925161X
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The Returned\The Sweetest Hallelujah\The Mourning Hours\Teatime for the
Firefly\The Tulip Eaters\I'll Be Seeing You Jason Mott, Elaine Hussey, Paula
Treick DeBoard, Shona Patel, Antoinette van Heugten. Seven. S ITTING IN THE
PASSENGER side of Sudie's old car, Betty Jewel wondered if itwas possible
thatmiracles are not prayers answered but the answerto prayersyou didn't
evenknow you shouldpray. Maybe she shouldhave left off praying fora cure for
cancer and the ...

Success With Flowers A Floral Magazine

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Then we have in North America our Lirio- dendron tulipifera or Tulip tree, a lovely
tree of the natural order Magnoliacece, which has a stem often over one hundred
feet high so that they seem to bloom chiefly for the benefit of the birds and of the
stars ... Rememberthat they are thirsty creatures and want plenty to drink and also
that they, like Roses, are " insured against dyspepsia," and are hearty eaters, and
consequently should have plenty of food and the best way to supply it now is by ...

Good Housekeeping

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The tulip shows her painted cup, The tendriled ivy clambers up, And in the
woodlands, dewy wet, I spy the Indian calumet. Come, come, come, I hear the
voice of spring! Come, come, come, And hear the blackbird sing! The spider-lily,
tall and blue, Nods gay good-day to me and you; The catbird mocks us from his
tree, And spring is calling you and me. — Helen Whitney Clark. Original in Good
Housekeeping. KINDS OF EATERS. An old writer says there are live kinds of
eaters : i.

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The tulip white did for complexion seeg, And learned to interline its cheek. Its
union. root they then so high did hold, That one was ... In the [solos-eaters he
said :— 'They sat them down upon the yellow sand, Between the sun and moon,
upon the shore.' He believed that was possible. and possible only in the ... “that
heavenliest hour of heaven " (Dan J van, canto iii.). The land of the Lotos-eaters
was aland full of hills and mountains, and very unlike to a scene in the
Lincolnshire fens.

The Living Age

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They are great Eaters generally.” He himself does not seem altogether to have
lagged behind in that respect, for he tells us of his going to dine at a German
house where was “a Handsome Collation of Crawfish. Everything very good,
especially y, Rhenish wine of I725. They say it will keep too years or ... The tulip
mania was at its height, and men were giving for tulips the same fabulous sums
which in the present day their descendants lavish on orchids. A whole generation
had yet to ...

Field Guide To The Piedmont

Author: Michael A. Godfrey
Publisher: UNC Press Books
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When the oaks arrive beneath the tulip trees and sweet gums of the southern
Piedmont or the locusts and ashes of the north, they bring their specializing
caterpillars. Emiment among the eaters of oak leaves are the caterpillars of the
oakworm moths, Anisota spp., the variable oakleaf caterpillar, Heterocampa
manteo, and the rough promiment, Nadata gibbosa. The buckmoth, Hemileuca
maia, eats sweet gum and oak. The woody lianas (vines) grow with the
ascending canopy. Virginia ...

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American Bee Journal

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97—BLOSSOMS OF THE TULIP TREE MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR SIRES ON
THEIR 3600 MILE TOUR. from Fie. ... The tulip tree, Liriodendron tuli-pifera, also
known as yellow poplar, is a very large tree often growing to a height of from 100
to 140 feet and a diameter of six to nine feet. It is found from southern New
England west to southern Michigan and south ... the Sires brothers had the honey
, they decided to find a market for it. But as they could not reach the main honey-
eaters (the ...

The American City

Author: Arthur Hastings Grant
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Second, there are the leaf-eaters, the elm leaf beetle and the tussock moth
caterpillar. These are easy to control, if you ... a continuous open stretch between
curb and walk, as it needs more air and water and must have a good draught to
supply the perimenting with the tulip as a street tree. This is a beautiful native tree
with showy blossoms and is sometimes called the tulip poplar, because its
growth is almost as rapid as that of the Carolina poplar. This must be planted with
a ball of ...