A perfect place to see a wide variety of ephemerals
, including endangered ones, is close by - at Garden in the Woods in Framingham.
In this latter sense the ephemeral
is the antithesis of historiography, whose purpose is to express meaning through the creation of enduring memories, particularly as they pertain to events in the public sphere.
Shiel believes that at least half the species that once existed in ephemeral
pools have been lost.
Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of ephemeral
and permanent installations.
We found the vegetation of the ephemeral
pools to be overtopped by a canopy that consisted of sugarberry (Celtis laevigata), box elder (Acer negundo), black willow (Salix nigra), green hawthorn (Crataegus viridis), and red haw (Crataegus mollis) with a shrub component of black elderberry (Sambucus nigra), swamp dogwood (Cornus foemina), buttonbush (Cephalanthus occidentalis), and dwarf palmetto (Sabal minor).
fever is a disease not completely understood.
gullies are common features on agricultural landscapes and can sometimes lead to soil losses that exceed losses from sheet or rill erosion.
Art that is made to last for hours, days, or weeks is called ephemeral
By definition, however, the great moments of fashion are ephemeral
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: conducting a pre-program and a feasibility study for the reuse of ephemeral
theater of french comedy about four potential sites of blois
are wildflowers that bloom on the forest floor before the trees completely leaf out.
The court did not discuss the ephemeral
nature of the evidence sought, but by ordering forensic experts, it implied its understanding of the measures needed for locating the evidence.