saguaro

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see cactuscactus,
any plant of the family Cactaceae, a large group of succulents found almost entirely in the New World. A cactus plant is conspicuous for its fleshy green stem, which performs the functions of leaves (commonly insignificant or absent), and for the spines (not always
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28-year-old Goker and her husband pianist Eric Jenkins were chosen by the Florida State University at a contest in September to perform together at the Carnegia Hall, the most prestigious concert hall in the world.
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