This is the second CD from The Jime, who hail from Denmark and are led by vocalist, guitarist and producer Vince Gordon.
Acai berries hail from the rain forest areas of South America.
Cassoulet and pate de foie gras hail from this area.
The youngest of the Oscar winning female actors who hail from Texas, Renee Zellweger nabbed the Best Supporting Actress trophy for Cold Mountain, an intense tale of the Civil War.
Annual summer flowers such as impatiens and begonias hail from warm, tropical climates.
Some clematis that hail from warm climates remain evergreen, but the species commonly grown in gardens in North America are deciduous and lose their leaves each fall.
Most sapphires hail from Australia, although sapphires can be found in many countries throughout the world, including the United States.
The beautiful model might hail from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, but she's also been the face of several campaigns on an international scale.
Many arguments against uniforms hail from a more practical point of view.
Posteratiti has an excellent collection, too, of poster-theme paperback and hardcover books including great cowboys, Academy Award winners, horror films and even posters that hail from the days of drive-in movies.
Celtic knots are not just worn by those who hail from Ireland or Scotland, in fact, they are popular all around the world - perhaps only second to the extremely popular kanji tattoos from Japan.
What planet these machines hail from remain a mystery, since it is highly unlikely for a 140 lb. woman to burn 1200 calories an hour jogging on a treadmill, for example.
Van Morrison, The Cranberries, The Coors, My Bloody Valentine, The Boomtown Rats, The Undertones and Stiff Little Fingers all hail from Ireland and all combine traditional Irish influence with popular music sensibilities.
While Mambo Mixer's recipes are classics and variations on classics from Latin America, the 70 recipes in Calypso Coolers hail from the Caribbean.
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