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Aftermath

 

the grass that grows on hay fields or pastures after mowing or grazing. Aftermath yields are highest on fertile soils and in regions with a humid climate. The yields are particularly high if the first mowing or grazing occurs before the crops flower and if nitrogen fertilizers are applied after mowing or grazing. The biological property of grasses to grow after mowing or grazing is is known in Russian as otavnost’.

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Aftermath runs at Toronto's Aki Studio (Native Earth Performing Arts) from September 22 to 24, and at Ottawa's Avalon Studio from October 14 to 16.
The Aftermath Dislocation Principle, which featured at Banksy's Dismaland theme park last year, is in Cardiff this week
The world as we, should never forget How inhumane fellow man can get No race or religion should ever again be put down this path No human being should suffer again such a cruel and evil wrath And those lucky to survive be forever tortured by memories in the aftermath.
Essentially, you've got two options - leave the aftermath, which means you run the risk of producing poor quality silage, or remove it, by mowing it off and wasting it, or bring the sheep in.
Prior to the launch, DICE released trailers which showcased a new weapon that would be available in Aftermath, namely the crossbow.
Part of the wall of a school building collapsed in Bulgaria's capital Sofia Saturday in the aftermath of the May 22 earthquake with a magnitude of 5.
2) The focus of this special edition, Revealing the Impact & Aftermath of Miscarriages of Justice, expands this definition to include the system's reluctance to recognize and right the wrongs created when justice miscarries.
Published for the 10th anniversary of 9/11, this new edition of the authorised report is limited to the Commission's riveting account--which was a finalist for the National Book Award--of the attack and its background, examining both the attackers and the US government, the emergency response, and the immediate aftermath.
Svein Gustaf Martinsen discusses the aftermath of Norway's greatest terror attack.
Summary: Madrid, Jumada II 9, 1432 / May 12, 2011, SPA -- Saudi embassy in Spain confirmed that there are no casualties among Saudi nationals, neither the residents nor the visitors, in the aftermath of an earthquake which struck yesterday the Spanish city of Lorca in the southeastern part of the.
THIS Sunday, I will be attempting to finish my 15th (and probably final) London Marathon, and at the same time raise some money for the Wirral-based charity, Aftermath Support.
After more than sixty years, it is now obvious that in the aftermath of World War II, most of Europe operated under the influence of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.