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So, did Billy Dixon and Jack Bean actually hit Indians at over 1,500 yards?
After Jack Bean bought it in the 1920s, he held onto it until 1966 when it was purchased by a John Marsh following the sale of the family's meat business, Marsh & Baxter.
Green manure treatments--Treatment 1: Jack Bean (JB); Treatment 2: Pigeon Pea (PP); and Treatment 3: Lablab (LL)--were sown on six rows spaced 50cm apart from the orange tree crown projection.
2005) show that the intercropping of corn and jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis) led to a significant reduction in the level of weed infestation, probably because of a suppressing allelopathic effect by the jack bean plant.
Evaluation of the effect of extrusion cooking of jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis L) seed on short-term feed intake in chicks.
You'll get no argument from Jack Bean, a 45-year-old man who's been driving one of the mission's recycling trucks for about seven months.
Bacterial or jack bean urease is used for determining urea in serum or urine (1).
Seventy- year-old Jack Bean, from Dunfermline, admitted: "I've suffered a lifetime of teasing about my name - and Rowan Atkinson has just made it worse.
Key words: Nelumbo nucifera, Fixed Oil, GC-MS analysis, Antimicrobial and antileishmanial activities, Jack Bean (J.
With introductions, he provides accounts by Osborne Russell, Nathaniel Pitt Langford, Truman Everts, Henry "Bird" Calfee, the Earl of Dunraven, Emma Cowan, Jack Bean, Carrie Adell Strahorn, Margaret Cruikshank, Ernest Thompson Seton, Eleanor Corthell, and Stephen M.