Mother Nature


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Mother Nature

epitome of the earth, especially its more benevolent phenomena. [Pop. Cult.: Misc.]
See: Earth
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On Monday, while distributing relief food in Kilibasi ward in Kinango, Kwale county, Dado said, " Mother Nature has a way of taking revenge against actions that affect her.
Julia Fox-treanor was kinder, writing: "Both kinds of lightning and the thunder was great, mother nature in all her glory, loved it."
Rockwell Center has started its latest campaign with Mother Nature as its focus.
Carbondale Community Arts will present the exhibit "Balancing Mother Nature" at Artspace 304 and the Corridor Gallery at the Carbondale Civic Center through May 24.
In his message to mark the traditional Sinhala and Tamil New Year, the President said that Sri Lanka has reached a point where the country feels the imperative need for realigning with Mother Nature.
Summary: Mother nature is losing patience with us: Professor Klaus Schwab.
The show follows Jack, his family and the magical Mother Nature on their journey to save Merseyside and defeat the giant, win a fortune - and save the girl that Jack loves.
Nearly a decade or so ago you could see the water and waves touching the city's shore but now that the authorities have dragged the sea back by 500 metres we are missing out on Mother Nature's beauty.
Summary: Lebanese air travel butted heads with Mother Nature this week as the Directorate General of Civil Aviation warned airport personnel to prepare for strong gusts of wind expected over the weekend, and an MEA flight to Paris was rerouted because of fog.
'If Mother Nature is destroyed, other issues we fight for and the things we cherish will no longer exist,' he said.
Bujinlkham made a 35kg chocolate sculpture of a woman representing the mother nature.
The Environment Day was initiated as a wake-up call for those who take Mother Nature for granted.