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darnel

any of several grasses of the genus Lolium, esp L. temulentum, that grow as weeds in grain fields in Europe and Asia
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agents that sociologist Darnel Hunt calls "newsworkers.
One historian who does discuss the role of emotion in unwritten law cases is Melissa Ganz, in an article that focuses on the 1870 trial of Daniel McFarland for shooting his wife's lover Albert Richardson--a trial that closely recapitulates that of Darnel Sickles (indeed, one of Sickles' main lawyers, John Graham, also represented McFarland).
Darnel looks very much like wheat when it is immature; its roots intertwine with those of the wheat and its toxic grains are loosely attached to the stem.
She told all of this to Darnel the next afternoon, sitting on a stool behind the cash register.
The sixteen species are crofton weed, mile-a-minute weed, alligator weed, ragweed (bitterweed), darnel rye-grass (poison darnel), smooth cord-grass, bitter bush (siam weed), water hyacinth, Johnson grass, banana moth, loblolly pine mealybug, red turpentine beetle, American white moth, giant African snail, Amazonian snail (apple snail), and American bull frog.
Nia (Salter) was banking that her prep basketball star boyfriend, Darnel -- who is fast-tracked to the NBA -- will marry her.
PLN Transmission and Network Director Herman Darnel Ibrahim said the cost of transmission will be much larger than the original estimate of US$ 4.
The daily quoted Indonesia's Transmission and Distribution director Herman Darnel Ibrahim saying the power connection could be established by 2011.
Darnel Courtney Smith, aged 41, of Guild Road, Foleshill, Coventry, conduct amounting to harassment, community rehabilitation order for two years, a restraining order imposed until further order made prohibiting contact with the victim directly or indirectly and ordered to pay compensation of pounds 100.