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Balmoral,

castle in Scotland.
Balmoral shoe - a type of laced shoe.
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donated 65 acres on Bluebonnet to the Christ-anointed Swaggart.
The evaluation of direct damage was made when Bluebonnet 50 reached the highest in the range according to the Standard System Evaluation for Rice (IRRI 2002).
Las tres variedades mas antiguas (Bluebonnet 50, IR-8 y Cica4) presentaron rendimientos menores en el tratamiento SP que en el tratamiento CP, mientras que en las variedades mas recientes los rendimientos fueron similares en ambos tratamientos.
2: The Texas Bluebonnet Moon opens the month of February today, and
The Legend of the Bluebonnet is a retelling of a Comanche tale that explains the abundance of the wild bluebonnet flower in the fields of Texas.
* A $3,400,000 loan under the Fannie Mae DUS[R] product line to refinance the 138-unit property known as Bluebonnet Springs Townhomes in Arlington, TX.
Anne Al Jalamah (The Garden Nursery in Bar Bar) very kindly gave me seeds of the annual wildflower Texas Lupin 'bluebonnet' (Lupinus texensis) and it, too, is in flower as I write.
POUND CAKE 3 cups all purpose White Lily flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 1/2 cup sour cream 3 sticks Bluebonnet margarine 3 cups sugar 3 eggs 3 teaspoons vanilla Preheat oven to 325[degrees].
The new 25,000-square-foot store is located in the newly constructed open-air wing at The Boulevard, located at Picardy Avenue and Bluebonnet Boulevard in Baton Rouge.
Bluebonnet Publishing has purchased the Diboll (Texas) Free Press from Granite Publishing Partners.
One afternoon each month, the conference room at Bluebonnet Trails Community Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center in Williamson County, Texas, slowly fills with a diverse group of community leaders and decision makers from a wide array of agencies and organizations.
Springtime was the perfect opportunity for this nature lover to get re-acquainted with Mother Nature, and she surely sent some of her best ambassadors to re-start the relations, namely wild primroses, scarlet poppies and that Texas treasure, the bluebonnet. Even you non-outdoorsy types would enjoy the sight and smell of springtime in Austin.