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Root cells release malic acid, which acts like a shepherd’s whistle.
JUNK FOOD IS BAD FOR PLANTS, TOO - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENANNE BIKLé & DAVID R. MONTGOMERYSEPTEMBER 23, 2020NAUTILUS
Influencers, who are paid by brands to promote their products to their thousands of followers, generally agree that Reels lacks some of the bells and whistles of TikTok.
There’s no whistle, bell, or any other serious notification of when the harmless pre-ejaculate ends and the fluids of fatherhood begin.
Snarky Alexis may have had a ritzy Rolls-Royce, but today’s Sentra—completely redesigned for 2020—offers a lot more bells and whistles.
Yet offense continued to rule even once the whistles became less frequent.
Robert uttered a shrill, piercing whistle which might have been heard back at the wharf.
Goodell paused in the doorway and emitted a whistle of surprise at sight of a horse in one of the stalls.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Then he goes out, gits into his Pullman section, blows his punkin whistle and departs.
He only tore himself from her reluctant arms as the final whistle sounded from the engine.
In a lull of the raging earth the distant whistle of the train could be distinctly heard.
A LOST HEROELIZABETH STUART PHELPS WARD AND HERBERT D. WARD

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