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that part of a vascular plant which is above the ground, consisting of stem and leaves.
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Veranda addresses those questions, allowing management to make prudent decisions based on empirical data rather than shooting from the hip on where they stand with resources.
Delivering the Isaiah Berlin Lecture at the National Liberal Club in London, Mr Kennedy dubbed the Tory leader 'Sheriff Hague - the apologist for vigilantes - shooting from the hip and asking questions later'.
Fired up Gun are shooting from the hip with a string of Scots dates.
Shooting from the Hip, which charts the career of the flying forward with the record number of football allstars, has sold over 13,000 copies.
Mr Straw was shooting from the hip on this particular issue and he was wrong.
policy toward Iraq consisted largely of shooting from the hip, Perry painted the recent attacks on Iraqi air defense sites as part of an attempt to further constrain Saddam.
Katie Puckrik's first book, Shooting From The Hip, is published by Headline in October.