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deadhead

[′ded‚hed]
(metallurgy)
The portion of a casting that fills up the ingate.
(mining engineering)
To begin a new cut without excavating the material from the preceding cut.
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When you pick a rose or deadhead, you want to cut back to just above a five-section leaf for best bloom.
As a result, the prose oscillates between scholarly discourse and the Deadhead speech patterns that establish and delineate Deadhead identity (Natalie J.
Continue to deadhead roses and cut back finished summer-flowering perennials, removing supports.
Continue to deadhead plants and water hanging baskets and containers daily.
If there was ever a group that would be open to libertarian thought, I figured it would be Deadheads and other jam band fans.
In the beginning of each chapter, the author describes the interconnections between his or her histories as a Deadhead and as a scholar.
8220;RYDE's motorcoaches are a perfect social ridesharing solution for the Deadhead community at these festivals, and Deadhead Productions shows that they are committed to enhancing fan access while also hyping up the fun factor.
Over the years, the Deadhead scene grew slowly and steadily, with the band moving from clubs and theaters to arenas, never losing momentum even as they were written off by the press as irrelevant relics.
These events have reduced load counts and increased deadhead mileage in the company's western operations.
Whether or not you deadhead the bush doesn't seem to phase blooming of these two amazing roses.
as Deadhead daffodils as they fade and keep winter bedding such as primulas, cyclamens and pansies looking good by regular deadheading.