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savanna

a type of habitat occurring in tropical or sub-tropical situations, consisting of grassland and scattered trees. Annual Fig 274
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Crews, 39, cut Savanna's infant out of her with a knife and left the nursing assistant to bleed to death.
Brooke Crews, 36, lived in the flat upstairs and had asked Savanna, 22, if she would drop by and model a dress she was making.
Only Savanna could launch something like this, was the general consensus during preliminary research.
Its leading brands are Hunter's Dry, Hunters Gold and Savanna, with respective total volume shares of 30%, 28% and 18%.
While rival firms stand on the sidelines waiting for the capital markets to move, Savanna is putting itself forward as a firm ready, willing and able to make deals happen, often before anyone else sees them coming.
Microscopic fossils of such grasses found near Ardi's remains also point to a savanna, the researchers say.
I feel the voids left by the savanna, parakeets, bison herds, and passenger pigeons I know only through books.
McPherson begins chapter 3, which examines savanna genesis and maintenance, by asking the question, "Why do savannas occur?" He then examines the effects of climate, soil, fire, and grazing animals on the formation and maintenance of savannas.
A common Missouri savanna type is post oak (Quercus stellata) with a little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium) understory.
Schoolcraft was describing an oak savanna, a distinctive ecosystem that harbored a profusion of plant and animal life in a swath covering an estimated 30 million acres of the Midwest.
Savanna has closed on its $640 million acquisition of of 5 Bryant Park from Blackstone.