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When Yi and Ambopteryx first appeared in the late Jurassic Period, they could feast on seeds, insects, and small nuts without much competition.

Schneider’s strategy emphasizes the kinds of nuts-and-bolts of energy management capabilities that clients demand as they chart out an emissions-cutting strategy.

Aiming to distinguish itself from other vegan ice cream makers, Eclipse makes its ice cream base in a kitchen, not a lab, using only whole, sustainable ingredients—no GMOs, no nuts, no soy, no coconut, and no gluten.

Using a book like Peterson’s Field Guide to Wild Edible Plants can help you to safely identify and prepare tree nuts, seeds, roots and many other edible plant parts.

The 10-step guide to survival in an emergencyBy Tim MacWelch/Outdoor LifeSeptember 29, 2020Popular Science

The network then groups items together so it can understand, for example, that trail mix has more in common with dried fruit or nuts than it does with coffee.

How to make A.I. smarterjonathanvanian2015September 21, 2020Fortune

For Cavuto, in addition to her dressing, that means adding some sort of carbohydrate, a source of protein, and a source of fat, like nuts or seeds, to her mix of fresh veggies.

By far the most abundant and interesting of these is the Pinus Fremontiana, 18 or nut pine.

Steep TrailsJohn Muir

He sang on the stairs now and again as he had done when he first came to Nut Street.

Fairfax and His PrideMarie Van Vorst

The wear of the measuring screw and nut is taken up by screwing the bushing A into the frame with the wrench shown in Fig. 37.

Not a nut, not an apple, not even a package of chewing gum could he produce.

Miss Santa Claus of the PullmanAnnie Fellows Johnston


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