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sagebrush

Fringe medicine
An essence which, in the pseudoscience of flower essence therapy, is believed to provide a deep awareness of one’s inner self.

sagebrush

sage.
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True, calls for privatization can be heard, but most of the sagebrush agenda is aimed at making sure federal lands stay safe for ranchers and ranching.
Chapters 2-4 cover the lead-up to the Sagebrush Rebellion, with two chapters devoted to changes in federal land policy during the 1970s.
Engineers at Sagebrush Technology are also beginning to find industrial uses for the Roto-Lok.
Terms of the LOI between Liberty Star and Sagebrush include the transfer all uranium properties held by Sagebrush and Liberty Star into a newly organized venture ("Newco"), a subsidiary of Sagebrush.
The plan will reduce the "regulatory uncertainty that Texas businesses could face" if the federal agency decides to add the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard to the endangered species list, according to the plan.
In earlier research, Karban found that "volatile cues are required for communication among branches within an individual sagebrush plant.
But the greater sage grouse, probably more than any other creature, is inextricably bound to its sagebrush surroundings.
By partnering together, ITI and Sagebrush are providing practical solutions that have immediate and positive impact for libraries," said Hank Epstein, president of Information Transform, Inc.
Settlement of the West exacted a heavy toll on sagebrush habitat, and in turn, sage grouse populations that declined in the face of human development.
Clipping sagebrush bushes led to a 10-fold rise in the airborne concentration of methyl jasmonate, a volatile compound that in the lab prompts tobacco to churn out compounds that sabotage insect metabolism.
After spending many nights, "hearing coyotes singing, seeing the biggest moon and brightest stars on Earth, and waking up in the morning to sage grouse strutting," says Reynolds, he was thoroughly seduced by the sagebrush environment.
VanDerBosch also played a lead role in the sale of Sagebrush Corporation to Follett Software Corporation in July 2006, and stayed through November to help facilitate a smooth transition.