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  • The best time for planting is in spring, when the young shoots have just started.

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  • The maiden tree is headed down, and two shoots led away right and left.

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  • If the shoots produced are not sufficient in number, or are badly placed, or very unequal in vigour, the head should be cut back moderately close, leaving a few inches only of the young shoots, which should be pruned back to buds so placed as to furnish shoots in the positions desired.

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  • Near the base of the stem are two prominent buds, which would produce two vigorous shoots, but these would be too near the ground, and the buds should therefore be suppressed; but, to strengthen the lower part, the weaker buds just above and below the lowest branch should be forced into growth, by making a transverse incision close above each.

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  • If a double cordon is required, the original young stem must be headed back, and the two best shoots produced must be selected, trained right and left, and treated as for the single cordon.

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  • The second year three young shoots are to be left on each of the six, one close to the base, one about the middle, and one at the point, the rest being rubbed off.

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  • These three shoots will produce laterals, of which one or two may be selected and laid in; and thus a number of moderately strong fertile shoots will be obtained, and at the end of the season a comparatively large tree will be the result.

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  • The next year they were cut back again, often nearly to the base, in order that the lower pair of these shoots might each produce two well-placed young shoots, and the upper pair three young shoots.

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  • The tree would thus consist of ten shoots, to be laid out at regular distances, and then if closely cut the frame-work of the tree would be as in fig.

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  • The shoots are not at first lowered to the horizontal line, but are brought down gradually and tied to thin stakes; and while the tree is being formed weak shoots may be allowed to grow in a more erect position than it is ultimately intended they should occupy.

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  • Thus in the peach, nectarine, apricot, plum and cherry, which are commonly trained fan-fashion, the first three (and also the morello cherry if grown) will have to be pruned so as to keep a succession of young annual shoots, these being their fruit-bearing wood.

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  • In the pear and apple the fruit is borne principally on spurs, and hence what is known as spur-pruning has to be adopted, the young shoots being all cut back nearly to their base, so as to cause fruit buds to evolve from the remaining eyes or buds.

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  • Many of the smaller, useless shoots are rubbed out altogether; the best are allowed to grow perhaps a foot or more in length, and then either have the tips pinched out with the finger and thumb, or the ends may be cracked or broken, and allowed to hang down, but are not detached completely.

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  • Shoots of peaches, nectarines and morello cherries are "laid in," that is, placed in between fruiting shoots where there is the space to be ripened for next year's crop.

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  • Summer Pruning should be performed while the shoots are yet young and succulent, so that they may in most cases be nipped off with the thumb-nail.

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  • In some cases, as, for example, with peaches, the superfluous shoots are wholly removed, and certain selected shoots reserved to supply bearing wood for next year.

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  • In the case of orchard-house plants no shoots are suffered to lengthen out, except as occasionally wanted to fill up a gap in the outline of the tree.

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  • On the contrary, the tops of all young shoots are pinched off when some three or four leaves are formed, and this is done again and again throughout the season.

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  • Then generally the plant is allowed to grow away till bloom or blooming shoots are developed.

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  • The plants should be prepared for this by keeping them rather dry at the root, and after cutting they must stand with little or no water till the stems heal over, and produce young shoots, or " break," as it is technically termed.

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  • Three shoots will be produced, and these, after growing from 4 to 6 in.

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  • After the close pruning of the branches to which they are annually subjected, and when the young shoots have shot forth an inch or two in length, they are turned out of their pots and have the old soil shaken away from their roots, the longest of which, to the extent of about half the existing quantity, are then cut clean away, and the plants repotted into small pots.

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  • Sometimes the walls are furnished with galvanized wires, but this has been objected to as causing cankering of the shoots, for which, however, painting is recommended as a remedy.

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  • The Candytuft, of which several dwarf spreading subshrubby species are amongst the best of rock plants, clothing the surface with tufts of green shoots, and flowering in masses during May and June.

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  • Cut down the double-bearing raspberries to secure strong autumn-fruiting shoots.

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  • In the vinery and peach-house, attend to the keeping down of insects by syringing; and promote the growth of the young shoots, by damping the walls and paths morning and evening.

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  • Put in cuttings of bedding calceolarias, choosing the shoots that will not run up to flower.

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  • The borders must be covered sufficiently deep with leaves or manure to prevent the soil from freezing, as it would be destruction to the vines to start the shoots if the roots were frozen; hence, when forcing is begun in January, the covering should be put on in November, before severe frosts begin.

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  • Tobacco dust will dislodge most of the numerous kinds of slugs, caterpillars or worms that make their appearance on the young shoots of vines or trees.

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  • The old stems of raspberries and blackberries that have borne fruit should be cut away, and the young shoots thinned to three or four canes to each hill or plant.

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  • The young shoots of P. domestica are glabrous, and the fruit oblong; in P. insititia the young shoots are pubescent, and the fruit more or less globose.

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  • The shoots should be laid in nearly or quite at full length.

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  • In Rhizopus certain hyphae creep horizontally on the surface of the substratum, and then anchor their tips to it by means of a tuft of short branches (appressorium), the walls of which soften and gum themselves to it, then another branch shoots out from the tuft and repeats the process, like a strawberry-runner.

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  • In other cases the leaves last several years, as in conifers, and may sometimes be found on eleven-year-old shoots.

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  • In some cases the leaves are reduced to mere scales - cataphyllary leaves; they are produced abundantly upon underground shoots.

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  • In Pinus the only leaves produced on the main stern and the lateral shoots are scales, the acicular leaves of the tree growing from axillary shoots.

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  • The lower leaves on the young shoots are too old and hard to manufacture into tea.

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  • Generally, flowers are formed only on shoots of a higher order, often only on the ultimate branches of a much branched system.

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  • For instance, the young shoots seen springing from the ground around an elm are not seedlings but root-shoots.

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  • He steers it towards a shelf of rock, called in Russ's time Tell's Platte, springs on shore, shoots the bailiff dead with his crossbow, and goes back to Uri, where he stirs up the great strife which ended in the battle of Morgarten.

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  • They feed on leaves and young shoots.

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  • The wood of the aspen is very light and soft, though tough; it is employed by coopers, chiefly for pails and herring-casks; it is also made into butchers' trays, pack-saddles, and various articles for which its lightness recommends it; sabots are also made of it in France, and in medieval days it was valued for arrows, especially for those used in target practice; the bark is used for tanning in northern countries; cattle and deer browse greedily on the young shoots and abundant suckers.

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  • It is my wood that he has found the hardest and strongest, and I am the arrow which he shoots against you."

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  • The numerous male catkins are generally arranged in dense whorls around the bases of the young shoots; the anther-scales, surmounted by a crest-like appendage, shed their abundant pollen by longitudinal slits; the two ovules at the base of the inner side of each fertile cone-scale develop into a pair of winged seeds, which drop from the opening scales when mature - as in the allied genera.

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  • In plantations its bright foliage, with the orange cones and young shoots, render it an ornamental tree, hardy in southern Britain.

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  • The chief are Aysgarth Force, on the main stream, Mill Gill Force on a tributary near Askrigg, and Hardraw Scaur beyond Hawes, the finest of all, which shoots forth over a projecting ledge of limestone so as to leave a clear passage behind it.

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  • The clusters of green flowers terminate the young shoots and are erect; the two wings of the fruit spread almost horizontally, and are smaller than in the sycamore.

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  • The young shoots, being flexible and tough, are employed in France as whips.

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  • The nature of these tubers is further rendered evident by the presence of "eyes" or leaf-buds, which in due time lengthen into shoots and form the haulm or stems of the plant.

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  • The determining cause of the formation of the tubers is not certainly known, but Professor Bernard has suggested that it is the presence of a fungus, Fusarium solani, which, growing in the underground shoots, irritates them and causes the swelling; the result is that an efficient method of propagation is secured independently of the seed.

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  • Starch and other matters are stored up in the tubers, as in a seed, and are rendered available for the nutrition of the young shoots.

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  • Among the nine hundred species of Solanum less than a dozen have this property of forming tubers, but similar growths are formed at the ends of the shoots of the common bramble, of Convolvulus sepium, of Helianthus tuberoses, the so-called Jerusalem artichoke, of Sagittaria, and other plants.

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  • Tubers are also sometimes formed on aerial branches, as in some Aroids, Begonias, &c. The production of small green tubers on the haulm, in the axils of the leaves of the potato, is not very unfrequent, and affords an interesting proof of the true morphological nature of the underground shoots and tubers.

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  • The full-sized tubers are, however, preferable to smaller ones, as their larger buds tend to produce stronger shoots, and where cut sets are used the best returns are obtained from sets taken from the points of the tubers - not from their base.

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  • The potatoes are then carefully taken up from the striking bed, all the shoots being removed except the main one, and they are planted 4 in.

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  • The spores of the fungus pass the winter in the soil and the delicate mycelium attacks the young shoots in the summer.

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  • The soft and succulent shoots, when just beginning to spring, are cut off and served up at table like asparagus.

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  • The principal features are the stoppage of the vessels and consequent wilting of the shoots; as a rule the cut vessels on transverse sections of the shoots appear brown and choked with a dark yellowish slime in which bacteria may be detected, e.g.

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  • They destroy the young buds, shoots and fruits, and attack the young plants in their most delicate organs.

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  • In other cases the branches grow upwards through the sheaths which they ultimately split from above, and emerging as aerial shoots give a tufted habit to the plant.

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  • The entire spikelet, or single flowers, are transformed into small-leaved shoots which fall from the axes and readily root in the ground.

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  • Calisaya, known as the calisaya of Santa Fe, was strongly recommended for cultivation, because the shoots of felled trees afford bark containing a considerable amount of quinine; C. Pitayensia has been introduced into the Indian plantations on account of yielding the valuable alkaloid quinidine, as well as quinine.

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  • Hybridization also is very uncertain, and is very difficult to carry out effectually; hence the method of propagating the best varieties by cuttings has been adopted, except in the case of those which do not strike readily, as in C. Ledgeriana, in which the plants are grown from the shoots of felled trees.

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  • Small tuberous shoots, comparable on a large scale with the bulbils of Lycopodium Selago, are occasionally produced in the axils of some of the persistent leaf-bases; these are characteristic of sickly plants, and serve as a means of vegetative reproduction.

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  • The foliageleaves occur either scattered on long shoots of unlimited growth, or at the apex of short shoots (spurs), which may eventually elongate into long shoots.

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  • Certain species of Pinus, the yews (Taxus) and some other genera grow as bushes, which in place of a main mast-like stem possess several repeatedly-branched leading shoots.

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  • The unfavourable conditions in Arctic regions have produced a dwarf form, in which the main shoots grow close to the ground.

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  • The dying off of older branches and the vigorous growth of shoots nearer the apex of the stem produce a form of tree illustrated by the stone pine of the Mediterranean region (Pinus Pinea), which Turner has rendered familiar in his " Childe Harold's Pilgrimage " and other pictures of Italian scenery.

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  • A raucaria Bidwillii, the occurrence of small foliage-leaves, which have functioned as bud-scales, at intervals on the shoots affords a measure of seasonal growth.

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  • The occurrence of long and short shoots is a characteristic feature of many conifers.

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  • Long and short shoots occur also in Cedrus and Larix, but in these genera the spurs are longer and stouter, and are not shed with the leaves; this kind of short shoot, by accelerated apical growth, often passes into the condition of a long shoot on which the leaves are scattered and separated by comparatively long internodes, instead of being crowded into tufts such as are borne on the ends of the spurs.

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  • Sequoia sempervirens, the fertile branches bear leaves which are less spreading than those on the vegetative shoots.

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  • The flowers are small, and borne on axillary shoots.

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  • In most species many of these buds, which alternate with the leaves, remain dormant, but in others the aerial shoots are copiously and repeatedly branched.

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  • The first shoots are of limited growth, being replaced by lateral branches, which gradually acquire the number of leaf-teeth characteristic of the species.

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  • From the relation of the thickness of the stem to its length it may be inferred that the shoots of Sphenophyllum derived support from adjoining plants.

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  • It is an annual plant, with hollow, erect, knotted stems, and pro duces, in addition to the direct developments from the seedling plant, secondary roots and secondary shoots (tillers) from the base.

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  • In some cases, as on young shoots of the cork-elm, the development is irregular and wing-like outgrowths of cork are formed.

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  • Dextro-asparagine was first found in 1886 in the shoots of the vetch (Piutti).

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  • A lengthening of the axis of the female strobilus of Coniferae is not of infrequent occurrence in Cryptomeria japonica, larch (Larix europaea), &c., and this is usually associated with a leaf-like condition of the bracts, and sometimes even with the development of leaf-bearing shoots in place of the scales.

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  • There are two distinct types of inflorescence - one in which the flowers arise as lateral shoots from a primary axis, which goes on elongating, and the lateral shoots never exceed in their development the length of the primary axis beyond their point of origin.

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  • According to the mode and degree of development of the lateral shoots and also of the bracts, various forms of both inflorescences result.

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  • In these forms the lateral shoots, developed centripetally upon the primary axis, bear numerous bracteoles, from which floral shoots arise which may have a centripetal arrangement similar to that on the mother shoot, or it may be different.

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  • If other flowers were produced, they would arise as lateral shoots from the bracts below the first-formed flower.

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  • Fructifications have often been found in connexion with leafy shoots, and the anatomical structure of the axis in sterile and fertile specimens has proved a valuable means of identification.

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  • The different forms of leaf may occur on the same plant, the deeply divided foliage often characterizing the main stem, while the cuneate leaves were borne on lateral shoots.

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  • The genus Zygopteris, of which numerous Carboniferous and Permian species are known, likewise had a monostelic stem, but the structure of its vascular cylinder was somewhat complex, resembling that of the most highly differentiated Hymenophyllaceae, with which some species of Zygopteris also agreed in the presence of axillary shoots.

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  • Equisetites columnaris, a common fossil in the Jurassic plant-beds of the Yorkshire coast, represents another type with relatively stout and occasionally branched vegetative shoots, bearing leaf-sheaths very like those of Equisetum maximum and other Horsetails.

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  • In most cases we have only the evidence of sterile fronds, and this is necessarily unsatisfactory; but the occurrence of numerous stems and fertile shoots demonstrates the wealth of Cycadean plants in many parts of the world, more particularly during the Jurassic and Wealden periods.

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  • As a rule, however, the fossil stems show a marked difference from modern forms in the possession of lateral shoots given off from the axils of leaves, and terminating in a flower of complex structure containing numerous orthotropous seeds.

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  • These reproductive shoots differ in many important respects from the flowers of recent Cycads, and chiefly on this account it is customary to include the plants in a separate genus, Bennettites, and in a separate group - the Bennettitales - distinct from that of the Cycadales including the existing Cycads.

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  • In Williamsonia the stem bore comparatively long fertile shoots, which, in contrast to those of Bennettites, projected several inches beyond the surface of the main-.

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  • There is no doubt that the Cycadophyta, using the term suggested by Nathorst in 1902, was represented in the Mesozoic period by several distinct families or classes which played a dominant part in the floras of the world before the advent of the Angiosperms. In addition to the bisporangiate reproductive shoots of Bennettites, distinguished by many important features from the flowers of recent Cycads, a few specimens of flowers have been discovered exhibiting a much closer resemblance to those of existing Cycads, e.g.

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  • Coniferous twigs are very common in Mesozoic strata, but in most cases we are compelled to refer them to provisional genera, as the evidence of vegetative shoots alone is not sufficient to enable us to determine their position within the Coniferae.

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  • We have not merely the striking resemblance of vegetative shoots to those of recent species of Araucaria and Agathis, e.g.

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  • Many of the small female flowers borne on shoots with foliage of the Cupressus type consist of spirally disposed and not verticillate scales, e.g.

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  • Pinites Dunkeri, P. Solmsi, &c.; specimens of seeds and vegetative shoots are recorded also from Spitsbergen and other regions.

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  • The other involves dipping the cut flowering shoots in a chemical called auxin, a plant hormone.

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  • The top pair of leaves will produce side shoots in the leaf axils which will start to grow.

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  • The predominant tree is oak, many arising from coppice shoots from an earlier woodland, and there are some planted beech.

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  • It also shoots the least powerful cartridge that can qualify as " major caliber.

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  • Many plants, including clematis, are beginning to produce shoots.

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  • The camera shoots close-ups, and you almost feel the person breathing.

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  • In mild areas, you should remove winter coverings of fleece, straw, polythene etc, to prevent new shoots being damaged.

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  • In a wet spring however any such protective covering should be removed to avoid rotting of the young shoots.

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  • Young shoots This bright green plant has cylindrical stems with paired branches like the stems which are the leaves.

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  • Establish a dictatorship, protect a government which shoots demonstrators in the city?

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  • Now, after encouraging dinner parties to discuss the full-stop, Lynne Truss is adapting her bestseller eats, Shoots & Leaves for children.

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  • For example, reading about film shoots in foreign climes can provide a certain wistful escapism from the desk.

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  • This fat growing evergreen develops long shoots with small adhesive rootlets.

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  • In the Twickenham sunshine an England career long fallow showed shoots of recovery.

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  • Finally, when wrongly accused of seducing a peasant girl, he locks himself in his room and shoots himself.

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  • The form ' Aglaia ' lacks the bloom and has glossy, red shoots.

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  • Inheritance shoots out What we have here is a Thompson submachine gun.

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  • When the shoots are 15cm high they are sprayed with a glyphosate-based herbicide.

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  • You can walk many kilometers with your camera ready on your shoulder for occasional shoots.

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  • They catch him just as his missile launcher locks onto a plane, so the armed response team shoots him dead.

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  • Masses of dirty laundry would come down these big shoots.

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  • It can grow new shoots over 3 meters long in a single season, and is quite densely leaved.

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  • He is as vacant as the pages of the girlie mags that he shoots for.

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  • The leafy shoots survive the winter and new tillers appear between the old shoots as the weather turns mild.

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  • Reported losses of birds were often under 1% but rose to over 10% of released pheasants on different shoots.

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  • If you out an orange pip between your fingers, it shoots out.

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  • He shoots the policewoman who is escorting Tracey but he and his accomplice drive into a police ambush and are recaptured (154 ).

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  • Due to the way it is now pointing, you'll get a little jet of white pus that shoots up against your fingernail.

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  • Many fields are already showing green with new leaves of Oil seed rape or the straight new shoots of the emerging cereal crops.

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  • On conifers in California, the pathogen causes a needle blight and dieback of young shoots of Douglas fir and coastal redwood.

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  • Remove any reverted green shoots on hardy variegated evergreens, to prevent reversion taking over.

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  • They have an underground rhizome that sends up shoots along its length.

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  • Rhizome buds may remain dormant or develop into aerial shoots or new rhizome buds may remain dormant or develop into aerial shoots or new rhizomes.

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  • Usually taken in late spring and early summer from young shoots before they start to become ripe, or woody and hard.

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  • The aerial rootlets on the shoots will attach themselves to any available support, including trees.

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  • In February Willie saved pencil thick shoots, called scions, from several different varieties of his own apples.

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  • He shoots great somewhat it would particularly shiny metal.

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  • A further flush of flowering may occur from September to October if new shoots develop on the cut down stumps left in cereal stubble.

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  • Remember to remove any suckers; these are shoots growing from below the union on the root system.

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  • Red attacker No. 7 is attacking down the left wing touchline and shoots the ball toward the defending teams ' goal.

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  • Place dahlia tubers in trays to start into growth to provide new shoots for cuttings.

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  • This will encourage vigorous, free-flowering shoots from low down, helping to keep the shrub neat and compact.

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  • Keeping the green sauce in the wok, add the water chestnuts, sweetcorn and bamboo shoots and simmer for 5 minutes.

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  • A. Yes, please feel free to bring whomever you like along to the shoots.

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  • In Southern India they delight in hill-forest, where the undergrowth is largely formed of bamboo, the tender shoots of which form a favourite delicacy; but during the rains they venture out to feed on the open grass tracts.

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  • Some shoots are sterile while others are fertile, bearing at the apex the so-called fructification - a dense oval, oblong conical or cylindrical spike, consisting of a number of shortly-stalked peltate scales, each of which has attached to its under surface a circle of spore-cases (sporangia) which open by a longitudinal slit on their inner side.

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  • In most species the fertile and sterile shoots are alike, both being green and leaf-bearing, but in a few species the fertile are more or less different, e.g.

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  • The lower branches often require removal, to ensure the formation of a tall straight trunk, and this operation should be performed before the superfluous shoots get too large, or the timber will be injured; but, as with all trees, unnecessary pruning should be avoided, as every branch removed lessens the vigour of growth.

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  • The young shoots are chosen by many species of Cynipidae and their allies as a receptacle for their eggs, giving rise to a variety of gall-like excrescences, from which few oak trees are quite free.

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  • Robur, but in old age the boughs generally curve downwards, and the tree acquires a wide spreading head; the bark is dark brown, becoming grey and furrowed in large trees; the foliage varies much, but in the prevailing kinds the leaves are very deeply sinuated, with pointed, often irregular lobes, the footstalks short, and furnished at the base with long linear stipules that do not fall with the leaf, but remain attached to the bud till the following spring, giving a marked feature to the young shoots.

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  • Of the European kinds one of the most important and best marked forms is the white poplar or abele, P. alba, a tree of large size, with rounded spreading head and curved branches, which, like the trunk, are covered with a greyish white bark, becoming much furrowed on old stems. The leaves are ovate or nearly round in general outline, but with deeply waved, more or less lobed and indented margins and cordate base; the upper side is of a dark green tint, but the lower surface is clothed with a dense white down, which likewise covers the young shoots - giving, with the bark, a hoary aspect to the whole tree.

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  • It has been suggested that the red pigment Anthocyan, which is found very commonly in young developing shoots, petioles and midribs, effects a conversion of light rays into heating ones, so facilitating the metabolic processes of the plant.

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  • The young shoots from these buds are to be gently brought to a horizontal position, by bending them a little at a time, and tied in, and usually opposite about the fourth leaf the rudiments of a bunch will be developed.

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  • Priestley and Lavoisier, at the close of the 18th century, made possible the scientific study of plant-nutrition, though Jan Ingenhousz in 1779 discovered that plants incessantly give out carbonic acid gas, but that the green leaves and shoots only exhale oxygen in sunlight or clear daylight, thereby indicating the distinction between assimilation of carbonic acid gas (photosynthesis) and respiration.

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  • The natives are in the habit of making holes in the aa, and planting in them banana shoots or sweet-potato cuttings, and though the holes are simply filled with stones or fern leaves, the plants grow and in due time are productive.

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  • Still, as in the laburnum just mentioned, in the variegated jasmine and in Abutilon Darwinii, in the copper beech and in the horse-chestnut, the influence of a variegated scion has occasionally shown itself in the production from the stock of variegated shoots.

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  • There are various herbaceous plants which may be similarly treated, such as sea-kale and horseradish, and, among ornamental plants, the beautiful autumn-blooming Anemone japonica, Bocconia cordata, Dictamnus Fraxinella - the burning bush; the sea hollies (Eryngium), the globe thistle (Echinops ritro), the Oriental poppy (Papaver orientale), the sea lavender (Statice latifolia), Senecio pulcher, &c. The sea-kale and horseradish require to be treated in the open garden, where the cut portions should be planted in lines in wellworked soil; but the roots of the others should be planted in pots and kept in a close frame with a little warmth till the young shoots have started.

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  • Three or four leading shoots should be selected to pass ere long into boughs and form a well-balanced framework for the tree; these boughs, however, will soon grow beyond any artificial system the pruner may adopt.

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  • He shoots tempests at the earth, but is not essentially a malevolent deity, being invoked as a protector of cattle.

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  • She knows that her father shoots partridges and deer and other game.

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  • She did not know and would not have believed it, but beneath the layer of slime that covered her soul and seemed to her impenetrable, delicate young shoots of grass were already sprouting, which taking root would so cover with their living verdure the grief that weighed her down that it would soon no longer be seen or noticed.

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  • Frederick repents and shoots himself, leaving Rose his fortune, this she renounces in favor of Arthur.

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  • New rhizomes are formed in late summer or autumn from older rhizomes or from the stem bases of aerial shoots.

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  • Rhizome buds may remain dormant or develop into aerial shoots or new rhizomes.

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  • Late shoots in July, for example in hedges or small sapling trees, often have a dark purple tint.

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  • I spray with seaweed solution every 10 to 14 days - it does seem to help the formation of the shoots.

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  • Naturally wisteria plants climb by sending out shoots that look for tree branches to climb on.

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  • Trees and grass are supple and tender shoots, But dry and withered when dead.

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  • It's rare for the original product to be the one that shoots the startup into the stratosphere.

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  • Even if it looks used, as long as it still shoots well, it's a great way to save a lot of money.

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  • The more you trim basil while it is growing, the more shoots it produces.

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  • Unlike hardwood, which can take up to twenty-five years to grow, bamboo produces new shoots every year.

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  • Founders Frank Toskan, a makeup artist and photographer, and Frank Angelo, a businessman, sought to introduce a high-quality cosmetics line that could be used for photo shoots.

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  • With the heat and intensity of the lighting used for shoots, it was imperative that makeup artists use a cosmetic that could stand up to the rigors of a photo session, while effectively producing quality photographs.

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  • Determined to find a better way, she learned from the artists on the photo shoots and began to apply her own makeup.

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  • Established in Toronto, Canada by make up artist and photographer Frank Toskan and businessman Frank Angelo, MAC cosmetics brought reliable and versatile cosmetics to fashion photo shoots worldwide.

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  • I have used this technique on photo shoots with Brooke.

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  • Founded in 1985 by Frank Toskan and Frank Angelo, Makeup Art Cosmetics main mission was to serve the makeup artists on photography shoots.

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  • From SLR to point and shoots, the digital camera is often one of the hardest purchases a family or individual will make.

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  • Most DSLR cameras have detachable lenses and generally take better pictures compared to point and shoots.

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  • Point and shoots range anywhere from $70 to $500, while most DSLRs will start at $500 and can go up to $1,500 or more.

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  • With the vast array of features available in point and shoots, it is possible to find a camera to suit almost any need.

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  • Often these companies are too small to create and produce their own photo shoots.

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  • As a photographer, the most important thing to remember about sexy photo shoots is to be comfortable and confident.

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  • His subjects of choice are naked women, and he typically shoots in black and white.

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  • His photo shoots are extremely intricate, involving dolphins, stingrays, and even sharks.

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  • Some shoots will always go better than others, but if the subject is comfortable your odds for success will be higher.

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  • This doesn't include the same lewd poses or sex toy props used in erotic photo shoots.

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  • Some photographers recommend wearing black during formal shoots, though most pro shooters tell their clients to avoid wearing black in family portraits because the color may cause lighting issues.

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  • Extreme contrasts are to be avoided at all costs during photo shoots, especially when multiple subjects are involved.

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  • When selecting family portrait poses, remember that indoor photo shoots tend to be more formal in nature than outdoor family portrait sessions.

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  • Practice makes perfect, and with a photography guide for beginners to consult before and after shoots, you will be better able to decipher which points you need to focus on.

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  • In most cases, you'll need to have your own gear for each job including cameras, waterproof housings, lenses, diving gear, light sources and any specialized equipment needed for underwater photo shoots.

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  • Keep your shoots simple with minimal artificial lighting.

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  • Browsing through an open air market shoppers may find lotus stems along side bamboo shoots and bean sprouts.

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  • Take your camera with you throughout the Easter season so you can include snapshots of the first shoots of spring daffodils, pretty Easter dresses, the cross at your church, or baby birds in their nests.

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  • Your first few photo shoots and jobs may not be the best, but you will learn a lot from all of them and get better at modeling as time goes on.

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  • You may even want to schedule a shoot with a photographer who specializes in modeling shoots.

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  • There are endless options for keeping everyone occupied, including movies, sing-alongs, photo shoots, and much more!

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  • Wedding favors that incorporate this simple plant, however, can be as elaborate as the couple wishes depending on the number of shoots used, which pots are chosen, and any individual personalization.

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  • Because lucky bamboo plants are often used for feng shui and other symbolic decorations, the number of shoots used in wedding favor arrangements can be very significant.

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  • Two stalks can represent both the bride and groom as well as the love in their happy relationship, while three lucky shoots symbolize happiness, fertility, and family.

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  • Other types of pots perfect for lucky bamboo shoots include cracked glass decorative pots, flared pots, square dishes, miniature terra cotta pots, or small ceramic containers.

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  • When purchased in bulk, lucky bamboo shoots can be as little as 10 or 15 cents each for a 3-4 inch tall straight stalk, though longer stalks or those with curls and twists can cost $10 or more each.

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  • If buying the lucky bamboo from an online dealer, which is often the least expensive option, inspect each stalk upon arrival and arrange to exchange any imperfect shoots.

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  • Shoots should be kept in two inches of water (filtered water is best) unless they are planted in soil or sand; in that case, the potting material should be kept moist.

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  • On the bright side, Lindsay Lohan now has a better excuse for showing up late for shoots and all those bleary-eyed photos than she partied too hard the night before.

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  • The young crooner released a DVD, Up Close, which featured videos of some of his hit singles, a few behind-the-scenes looks at the video shoots and some in-depth interviews.

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  • Thanks to magazines like Playboy, Playgirl, and Penthouse, many celebrities have doffed their clothing to appear naked in centerfolds and other photo shoots.

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  • Anthony was too controlling of Lopez and especially objected to the revealing outfits she often wore on stage and in promotional photo shoots.

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  • This could even be a good choice for a christening or family photo shoots if you pick a fine knitted item.

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  • As the stems are prostrate, a good effect will come from planting them where the roots may descend into deep earth, and the shoots fall over the face of rocks at about the level of the eye.

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  • It does not ripen seed freely, but is easily propagated from side shoots.

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  • Increase by seeds, root-cuttings, layers, or cuttings of the ripened shoots, rooted under glass in the autumn.

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  • Inconspicuous green and white flowers appear from the leafaxils and the tips of the shoots, in June, and these are followed by oval fleshy fruits of a bluish-black color.

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  • Sea Bindweed (Convolvulus Soldanella) - A distinct trailing species with fleshy leaves; flowering in summer, pale red, and handsome in the rock garden, if planted so that its shoots droop over stones.

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  • The Lotus is best planted so that its shoots may fall in long and dense tufts over the face of stones.

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  • Increase by seeds and by cuttings of half-ripe shoots, which root with some difficulty.

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  • Almost all kinds should have their stems cut away after flowering, leaving only the new shoots of the season.

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  • Like the garden Raspberry, it sends up strong annual shoots, which in rich soils reach 6 feet, bearing scented leaves, the leaves and not the flowers being fragrant.

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  • A. genevensis is among the best, and is distinguished from the common native Bugle (A. reptans) by the absence of creeping shoots.

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  • The flowers appear in panicles at the ends of the shoots, and in this case every growth is bearing its feathery head of blossoms, so that they arch out in a singularly graceful manner.

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  • Narrow tubular flowers of white and mauve appear at the leaf-axils towards the ends of the shoots, which are free of spines.

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  • Increase by half-ripe cuttings of the young shoots, rooted in heat.

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  • If a plant is cut down close to the ground, there soon spring up a number of young shoots, which can be taken off as cuttings, and which strike with freedom.

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  • Coriaria Rustifolia - a tall shrubby climber of 10 to 20 feet, with square stems and slender arching shoots, covered with fresh green foliage and sprays of tiny green flowers drooping prettily from the leaf-axils.

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  • The bark is rough and warty, and the shoots thickly set with pairs of rounded, dull green leaves.

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  • The brown and yellow flowers appear in long racemes from the tips of the shoots, differing in this from other kinds, in which they burst from the leaf-axils.

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  • Staking and tying out the shoots must be attended to, as the stems break early under little wind-pressure.

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  • If the plants are examined, the centres will be found to be matted together, the stronger shoots appearing on the outside.

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  • Scaber is a delightful old climber for walls, trellises, and pillars, its orange-red flowers are beautiful, and its rambling shoots graceful.

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  • It is hardy, and my often be seen forcing its shoots through frozen ground.

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  • Even in the mild districts it is cut down during severe winters, but it usually shoots up again strongly in the returning spring.

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  • It grows 10 or 12 feet high, with smooth deeply-cut leaves and clusters of white or yellowish flowers at the tips of the shoots in early summer.

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  • The plant needs good soil and a warm place, and is increased by seeds, or cuttings of the ripened shoots rooted under glass.

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  • It is a vigorous plant of fine habit, the young shoots, the under side of the leaves, the flower stalks, and the seed-pods covered with short brown bristles; the branches bear two spines at each node.

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  • Golden Bell (Forsythia) - Beautiful spring-flowering shrubs, especially F. suspensa, whose long, slender, wand-like shoots are studded for a considerable distance with bright golden blossoms.

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  • Shoots of the rambling kinds root from the points almost as readily as a bramble, and cuttings strike freely.

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  • Atriplicis, a vigorous Chinese annual, with erect reddish stem, slightly branched, over 3 feet in height, and with its young shoots and leaves covered with a rosy-violet powder, pretty in foliage in any soil.

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  • The young shoots, if taken off when about 3 inches long, in spring, and placed in a gentle bottomheat, will strike, but not freely.

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  • It is evergreen, the strong rounded shoots reaching a height of 12 feet or more, armed with strong, straight green prickles; the branches slender, and usually spineless.

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  • The glossy leaves are always attractive and seldom attacked by insects, and, when safe from frost, the shoots will cover a wall where even Ivy fails.

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  • Its shoots will fall down the sunny face of a rocky nook, to spread into flat tufts on level parts of the rock garden.

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  • Late in May or early in June all the little grey shoots bear small oblong purplish heads, and early in July the plant is in full blossom, the full-blown flowers being a beautiful violet-blue.

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  • If the central spike be removed, the side shoots will flower, and by thus cutting off the old flowers before they form seeds we cause fresh shoots to issue from the base, and to keep up a succession of bloom.

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  • Another plan is to let the shoots remain intact until all have nearly done flowering, and then to cut the entire plant to the ground, when in about three weeks there will be a fresh bloom.

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  • When planted among other things the young and tender uprising shoots are greatly protected in spring.

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  • In moist soil the shoots attain a length of nearly 3 feet, flowering throughout their extent; it is easily increased by division, and flowers in early summer and often throughout the season.

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  • Madeira Vine (Boussingaultia) - B. baselloides is a luxuriant trailing plant of the Spinach order with shoots 16 to 20 feet long, flowering late in autumn, the flowers small, white, fragrant, and becoming black as they fade.

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  • They ought not to be closely trained, but if the branches or shoots are left too long the strong winds may break them off.

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  • The young shoots are stout with smooth bark, and the leaves, when they first develop, are dark crimson.

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  • A little attention should be given to thinning out the weak shoots and stopping the vigorous ones.

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  • The vigorous shoots are prostrate, so that it is seen to greater advantage when its long heads of crimson and rosy flowers droop over rocks.

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  • From these shoots spring stems, bearing in summer one to three handsome flowers about three-quarters of an inch long, generally rosy-purple, but sometimes white.

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  • The panicles of pale blue flowers are borne on long foot-stalks from the sides of the young shoots.

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  • Ceanothus Rigidus - a sub-evergreen, or in sheltered places an evergreen, rarely exceeding 6 feet in height, the branches stiff and wiry; the flowers, in clusters on the sides of the young shoots, are deep purple, in April and May.

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  • It succeeds best in light soils, and is easily increased by seeds, layers, or cuttings of the ripened shoots in autumn.

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  • When planting, because of their early flowering, positions sheltering them from north and east should be selected, in order that the young tender shoots and flowers may escape the ill effects of spring frosts.

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  • If the young trees are cut back annually they make strong shoots bearing enormous leaves, with the advantage of being much hardier than the tender greenhouse plants used in summer to give such effects.

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  • By removing the point of growth so soon as the young plant is established in September, and again six weeks or so later, bushy plants having six or eight shoots result, and towards the end of the year should be potted into 5-inch pots.

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  • Carmichaeliae is much like some of the Brooms, hence its name, the leafless, graceful shoots studded late in June with small bright rosy flowers in clusters towards the point.

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  • In September these are nearly covered with flowers, arranged in close trusses at the ends of the shoots, and of a fine cobalt-blue, changing to violet; they usually last till the frosts.

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  • There is no more valuable border flower, and when well placed in the rock garden it is effective, especially if the luxuriant shoots are allowed to hang down.

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  • To increase the plant, the cutting, a single joint, is potted in sandy soil, and the pot placed in a sunny airy spot under glass and watered very sparingly, and in a short time it will form roots, and commence to push out young shoots.

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  • It flowers towards the end of April and the beginning of May, and produces its blossoms in clusters at the ends of the shoots.

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  • R. Rubrifolia (Red-leaved R.) should have a place for its lovely-tinted leaves and shoots; it has a rambling or climbing habit, but also grows into a large self-supporting bush or spreads nicely when pegged down.

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  • Its chief charm, however, is in the color of shoots and leaves.

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  • The young, strong shoots are purple-red overlaid with a pale grey bloom, whilst the leaves are of a peculiar glaucous color brightly tinged with red.

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  • Rose "Anemone" is from a cross with some Tea Rose, but it retains the fine foliage and form of flower of R. laevigata, and the dark brown shoots freely armed with thorns and prickles.

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  • It has long, spineless shoots clothed with glossy green leaves, blooming early in June; a mass of white flowers crowded in a pyramidal truss, with a powerful scent.

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  • In S. o. pyrenaica the shoots are much stronger and the flowers larger than in other forms.

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  • Increase by cuttings of the ripened shoots, root-cuttings, layers, and suckers when these can be had.

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  • California. Seeds are not abundantly produced, but the plants may be increased from cuttings of half-matured shoots in summer, but it often perishes, and seeds should give the most enduring plants.

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  • The effect of the numerous flowering shoots and the grey foliage is good, and the plant is worth a place in the choicest garden for its graceful habit and long season of beauty, and the value of its slender panicles for cutting.

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  • If admitted to the garden the clumps should be cut to the ground every spring to encourage young free-flowering shoots, and the roots trimmed deeply with a spade to prevent their spreading unduly.

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  • It is thin-growing, 8 or 10 feet high, and its Rush-like shoots have so few leaves as to appear leafless.

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  • It is chiefly for its graceful habit and prettily cut foliage that it is grown, though the soft red of the young shoots in spring and the crimson-purple leaf tints in autumn render it attractive through a long season.

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  • It is sown in the usual way about the end of March, planted out at the end of May when 3 or 4 inches high, and blooms finely through August and September, and even later, as the numerous side shoots give spikes of flowers.

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  • The shrubby kinds are easily increased in July and August if young shoots are used as cuttings.

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  • In a moist spot, such as a bog, it spreads by underground shoots and makes a large mass.

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  • China, hardy and vigorous, making shoots 30 feet long in the season.

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  • D. penduliflorum is a really pretty shrub, and hardy if the stems are annually cut down, with graceful shoots, bearing along their upper portions numerous rich violet-purple blossoms in September.

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  • It is of somewhat straggling habit, with loosely-clustered pale green leathery leaves and handsome greenish flowers three-quarters of an inch across, clustered together at the tips of the shoots as in Ivy and Aralia.

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  • The cones are 2 to 3 inches long, borne at the tips of the shoots, and composed of thin imbricated scales.

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  • The early leaves and shoots are a pretty pale crimson, and before falling in autumn the foliage turns purple and blood-red.

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  • This handsome plant is of very strong growth, quite young plants making shoots of 10 feet or more in a season.

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  • Vitis Sinessis - Allied to V. armata, but differs from it in its variable leaves, which, at first simple, pass gradually to the compound form as the shoots lengthen.

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  • It makes a rounded, much-branched head of slender, dark grey shoots, bearing small, Elm-like leaves, and inconspicuous reddish flowers, which appear at the same time in early spring.

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  • The flowers are borne mainly on the points of the new shoots and on laterals nearest the points, more sparingly on the lower laterals.

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  • A few shoots with blooms upon them placed in a room last a long time, and diffuse their pleasant fragrance.

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  • On walls, moderate pruning is needed, mainly shortening rampant shoots and removing weak wood.

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  • The adults attack shoots and leaves and hide on the underside of leaves.

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  • Lateral shoots from the vine should be trimmed away, as these are unable to bear fruit.

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  • As an alternative to prepared rooting hormone, place the cut end of your vine in a vase with a few cut young willow shoots.

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  • Pruning encourages new growth, and clematis tend to push out new shoots from areas that have been pruned the prior year.

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  • Once an asparagus bed is planted, however, the plants can yield edible shoots for up to 30 years.

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  • Once planted, it spreads via a complex mat of roots under the soil, pushing forth new shoots each spring.

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  • Asparagus pushes up shoots the first year.

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  • Then the plants produce shoots about the same diameter as those you see in the grocery store.

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  • After the third year, when the shoots are large enough, you can harvest asparagus spears by cutting or snapping them off the plant.

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  • Likewise, the sample sizes are provided for media editorial shoots, so size four and under models are also hired for this work as well, effectively causing discriminatory practices against plus size fashion models.

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  • This step would not only allow for less discrimination against plus size fashion models on the runways, but would facilitate larger clothing sizes to be featured in fashion editorial shoots and magazines.

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  • The community also provides a wealth of information including videos from Torrid's latest fashion shoots and other events.

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  • They can give you the appearnce you want for fun and creative photo shoots.

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  • Once you've nabbed 15, the next present will contain the Golden Slingshot that shoots pebbles in a spread pattern.

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  • The best way is to lock onto the helicopter after he shoots a few times at you and begins to find a better position.

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  • For instance, Relics can increase your magic reserve bar, Tarot Cards can give you access to bonus content, and the Dragon's Breath is an artifact that contains shoots out flame continuously when activated.

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  • He also has access to Magic abilities, including the Gaze of Medusa, which can turn enemies to stone, or the Rage of Zeus, which shoots powerful lightning bolts.

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  • The only way to get it is to play the last level until you get the banshee; once you have the banshee go to the part were the scarab shoots that big building.

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  • If one person shoots with a rocket launcher, another player can swing at the rocket with the gravity hammer.

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  • A man pops out of the case and shoots himself.

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  • Better still, you can have the opportunity to travel to exotic destinations for some fabulous photo shoots as well.

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  • The frog shoots balls out from its mouth, and if you complete a string of three (or more) of the same coloured balls, they disappear and the game continues.

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  • The noise is not a major problem for stand hunters or for some types of organized shoots, such as quail hunts.

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  • But what about a squirt gun that shots water or a Nerf gun that shoots foam balls?

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  • When the child speaks, the tongue shoots forward, creating a lisp.

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  • When harvesting, they cut the cane in short lengths just above the ring (area where the leaves or shoots sprout).

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  • However, if you're up for a challenge, You Tube has a fascinating video tutorial that describes how to make your own paper gun that actually shoots paper bullets.

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  • For some step-by-step instructions on how to make a paper gun that shoots, check out this YouTube.com video.

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  • Due to the way publication schedules work for magazines, catalogs and other print media, most outdoor photo shoots take place in colder months with lighting rigged to look as though it's hot and sunny.

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  • While the photo shoots are generally brief, the girls who pose for pictures enjoy an all-expense paid trip to a beautiful locale where they can relax, enjoy the weather and meet new friends.

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  • Even though she has yet to do any overtly sexy photo shoots, it's all definitely a far cry from little Ruthie Camden.

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  • Wall paper, video galleries and photo video shoots are available on demand at the site to anyone who'd like to see it.

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  • As many have come to expect, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition takes readers to exotic tropical locations like St. Bart's and Key Biscayne for many of the shoots.

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  • Shakira has worn some fairly racy costumes in her stage performances, but she has been reluctant to pose for magazine photo shoots in anything that shows off too much of her skin.

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  • At the outset of her career, Shakira did do some photo shoots in a bikini.

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  • More often than not, these sensational suits are used in photo shoots, worn by bikini models whose bodies would put most of us to shame.

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  • You can see photo shoots as they occur, giving another dimension of enjoyment to the entire edition.

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  • Contestants are judged on SI's criteria of personality, beauty and athleticism, as they participate in various photo shoots designed to put them through the paces.

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  • These shoots reveal not only the models' talent, but what they are like to work with too, something that is very important to the magazine.

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  • Long and involved photo shoots that sometimes requiring months of shooting while moving from one locale to the next.

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  • Swimsuit paint products can be used for photo shoots or for fun, but beware- don't try to swim in it, or you could wind up with a new answer to, "So, what's your most embarrassing moment?"

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  • Many of them are from various photo shoots she has done, and some are taken of her candidly.

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  • The site is free, and we personally select and invite models from this site to join the UjENA Crew on photo shoots.

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  • UjENA sees the need for photographers and models to produce their own photo shoots, and this program is designed to help them build their portfolios.

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  • Even when bikinis were taking over in the 1950s, Marilyn Monroe did a series of photo shoots wearing a white one-piece that made plenty of hearts thump.

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  • Batcopter which shoots bats at the enemy.

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  • It shoots foam arrows, launching them one at a time.

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  • Once a child shoots a dart, it automatically rotates to put the next one in position.

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  • Another toy for night play, this one shoots out a beam of light so that kids can take aim at targets even when they can't see them clearly.

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