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tall

higher than average.

tall fescue
festucaarundinacea.
tall Cape honeyflower
tall chloris
chlorisventricosa.
tall delphinium
delphiniumtrolliifolium.
tall field buttercup
tall larkspur
delphiniumbarbeyi, D. brownii, D. occidentale.
tall melilot
melilotusaltissima.
t silvery lupine
lupinuserectus.
tall yellowtop
seneciomagnificus.
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Money raised through Stand Tall will mean the resources currently pumped into the unit can be diverted to frontline policing.
I echo the call made by Stand Tall for PTS that we should talk more openly about PTSD to help break down the stigma attached.
While tall groups online offer support for some of the ills of being tall, Stand Tall takes the approach of that life being tall is pretty darn good.
Simply stand tall and transfer my weight to my left foot, allow the board to come round, then lean back on the other edge and then glide down the rest of the slope.
As members of the Air Force Honor Guard, you represent those of us who stand tall for freedom, so much so we are willing to lay down our lives on the battlefields of the world if necessary.
Not only did the exchange stand tall in the days after September 11, it took the lead in setting exacting standards in corporate governance--at least for its listed companies.
In this heartfelt and humorous story, Tree learns to stand tall - not just physically, but in every way.
In our kitchens, it makes our mousse stand tall, adds sparkle to our garnish, and helps our cream and custard hold its shape.
These champs stand tall as symbols of the need for improved forest conservation.
Despite our disabilities, we all stand tall when we stoop to help our fellow veterans or their families.
The new president also is being pressured to stand tall for the right of snowmobile owners to pollute national parks.
We need one another to stand tall as towers for people who are not able to stand for themselves, whatever the reason may be.