green words

green words

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It stands upon a commanding elevation, it is buried in green words, there is no level ground about it, but, on the contrary, there are wooded terraces upon terraces, and one looks down through shining leaves into profound chasms and abysses where twilight reigns and the sun cannot intrude.
In this, our fourth annual issue on eco books, we don't just provide you with reviews of the latest harvest of green words, we also delve into the effect of internet downloads and electronic gadgets, such as the Kindle.
Ask them to use as many of the bold green words (from page 1) as possible, in their descriptions.
Given to me by the kind people at Waste Awareness Wales a good four years ago, it's a creamy white colour, with bright green words listing the number of carrier bags we waste in the UK each year, how long each one takes to decay in a landfill site, that it was made from recycled material, and so on.
Richard Dyer, of Friends of the Earth, said: "The Government thinks that by throwing in a few green words it can keep people quiet but it won't work.
You should now see many indented lines with blue, black and green words that represent the VBA code that Excel wrote when you created the macro.
Shadow environment spokesman Mr Tim Yeo said: "We can not sit around waiting for the Government to back up its green words with deeds.