SPRAYING OR DUSTING The hope of success in controlling anthracnose of lupine under field conditions by spraying or dusting has seemed so remote that no spraying or dusting has been done . The fungus may kill many plants in the autumn ...



ISBN: WISC:89038478798

Category: Agriculture


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The Feast of the Virgins and Other Poems

Gaily for a day we treadProudly with averted head O'er the ashes of the deadBlind with pride and mad with lust : Dust to dust . Hope and trust : All life springs from out the dust : Ah , we measure God by man , Looking forward but a ...

Author: Hanford Lennox Gordon


ISBN: UOM:39015076334872

Category: Dakota Indians

Page: 366

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Dust in the Balance

“ Have you no hope , dear friend ? ” asked the voice of Fritz . “ None ! ” I told him tearlessly , “ none ! " “ No hope ! ” repeated Fritz , and the harmonies murmured softly— “ No hope ! and the God of Love reigneth ! No hope !

Author: George Knight (of London.)


ISBN: STANFORD:36105213327658


Page: 359

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Voices from the Silent Land

flesh , also , shall rest in hope , ' saith Christ . ( Ps . xvi . 9. ) In like manner the saints commit their bodies to the dust in hope : • The righteous hath hope in his death . ' ( Prov . xiv . 32. ) And as Christ's hope was not a ...

Author: Martha N. WILLIAMS


ISBN: BL:A0017403274

Category: Suffering

Page: 290

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The Devil s Dust

I took an extensive training course offered by the Drug Enforcement Agency. They're cutting their teeth on this issue in small towns all over the middle west. ” The men simply stare back at her. “I sure hope The Devil's Dust 161.

Author: C.B. Forrest

Publisher: Dundurn

ISBN: 9781459701946

Category: Fiction

Page: 288

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Charlie McKelvey goes to his northern hometown to find that the big city isn’t the only place with big problems. Retired Toronto detective Charlie McKelvey runs from a cancer diagnosis and the violent memories of the big city and retreats to his hometown. A small declining mining centre, Ste. Bernadette offers McKelvey a chance to resolve old family issues, including his father’s involvement in a deadly wildcat strike in the late 1950s. When the local police force enlists his help in tracing an upswing in youth violence and vandalism, McKelvey stumbles into the hornets’ nest of a crystal-meth industry. The timing couldn’t be worse for the town to expose its drug problem to the world: the mayor is hoping a new transmission line will be built through the town, bringing power-line jobs and construction dollars; the police chief is trying to close a deal to truck Detroit’s garbage to a local site as well as vie for the mayor’s job; and a sleazy businessman is attempting to buy up the town’s land to open a casino and resort. Despite searches and seizures, the flow of drugs continues, leading McKelvey to suspect a local is manufacturing the drug. The Devil’s Dust holds a magnifying glass to the current decline of rural life, the scourge of meth, and what happens when an entire town loses faith.

A Sprinkling of Star Dust

Birthing spell— Bunnies hop, Squirrels run, Fawns hide, Birds break open Calling hope, Hope, Hope! Cycles Gathering of harvest From scattering of spring Time continuum, 78 film SPRING.

Author: Maureen Williams

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781463437077

Category: Religion

Page: 136

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Ethics of the dust elements of drawing

The utmost you can ever hope to do , would be a sketch in Harding's manner , but of far inferior dexterity ; for he has given his life's toil to gain his dexterity , and you , I suppose , have other things to work at besides drawing .

Author: John Ruskin


ISBN: UGA:32108034318546

Category: English essays


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The holy Bible with a comm and critical notes by A Clarke

29 ° He putteth his mouth in the dust ; if 23 They are new every morning : great is so be there may be hope . thy faithfulness . 30 P He giveth his cheek to him that smiteth 27 m • Heb . good . Ps . xxxi . 22 . .c Or , Remember . d Jer ...

Author: Adam Clarke


ISBN: OXFORD:555048338



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Magical Realism in West African Fiction

In other poems, such as 'More Hope More Dust', the reader is split as two voices speak simultaneously, voices that are separate and also interwoven: Three Ghanaians have taped goats' backs, they block the dung I By the dust-blown koobi ...

Author: Brenda Cooper

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134673780

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 272

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This study contextualizes magical realism within current debates and theories of postcoloniality and examines the fiction of three of its West African pioneers: Syl Cheney-Coker of Sierra Leone, Ben Okri of Nigeria and Kojo Laing of Ghana. Brenda Cooper explores the distinct elements of the genre in a West African context, and in relation to: * a range of global expressions of magical realism, from the work of Gabriel Garcia Marquez to that of Salman Rushdie * wider contemporary trends in African writing, with particular attention to how the realism of authors such as Chinua Achebe and Wole Soyinka has been connected with nationalist agendas. This is a fascinating and important work for all those working on African literature, magical realism, or postcoloniality.