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Read an excerpt from Meat: A Benign Extravagance by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 9:00am The following is excerpted from Simon Fairlie’s book, Meat: A Benign Extravagance . This piece appeared originally on the web at Rhys Southan’s website, Let Them Eat Meat . The Fence In the 1960s, the American biologist Robert Paine conducted an experiment involving the removal of a predator species from a seashore environmen ... Read on »
“Dwarf’s (lung) standing on the shoulders of giant’s (heart)” by David Granovsky Posted Thu 15 Jul 2010 12:00am “Dwarf’s (lung) standing on the shoulders of giant’s (heart)” (Latin: nanos gigantium humeris insidentes) is a Western metaphor meaning “One who develops future intellectual pursuits by understanding the research and works created by notable thinkers of the past. A dwarf standing on the shoulders of a giant Soon ... Read on »
Mommy, Mommy, look at that DWARF… Fred Short by Charmaine Posted Sat 12 Feb 2011 3:45am Words we have all heard, time and time again.  If we each had a dollar for every utterance, we would all be millionaires.  Yet still, today, we have problems dealing with each and every occasion. It could be because we kid ourselves it is never going to happen again; we may even PRAY that it won’t.  Also, quite often the time gap between ea ... Read on »
A look into the dwergie fees (Dwarf Festival) by Charmaine Posted Mon 19 Aug 2013 3:01pm This Festival is the only one of its kind in South Africa… its just everyone short and tall celebrating their “Dwarfism” .Please note as I have said before although the “M”word is listed in South Africa as demeaning it is STILL widely accepted in many dwarfism communities I guess the reason for this is that in South Africa not much history surr ... Read on »
Dwarf and Miniature Vegetables for Containers by Steve .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 5:47pm Miniature, midget, and dwarf vegetables are good selections for container growing. True dwarf varieties at full maturity have edible parts that are smaller in size than ordinary vegetable varieties and cultivars. Miniatures, midgets, and dwarfs differ from vegetables that are sold as "baby" vegetables--those are generally full-sized cultivars pi ... Read on »
Embarrassing Moment Numero 467 – The Dwarf by Laurachora Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 10 May 2010 1:00am On Saturday I met my Sister in Leeds with the children.  We went to Leeds City Museum which is very interesting.  The 5 year old was terrified by a 3000 year old Egyptian Mummy and the 4 year old was in awe at the humongous stuffed Bengal Tiger. Set on four floors we decided to start at the top and work our way down.  As we made our way ups ... Read on »
Put lipstick on a dwarf by Dr. William D. Medical Doctor Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 9:01am Today, virtually all wheat products are produced from the Triticum aestivum dwarf mutant. You might call it "multi-grain bread,""oat bread," or "flaxseed bread." You could call it "organic," "pesticide-free," "non-GMO," or "no preservatives." It might be shaped into a ciabatta, bruschetta, focaccia, or panini. It might be sourdough, unleave ... Read on »
What’s Neoteny? And Why We’re Driven to Dwarf our Cats by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Thu 26 May 2011 7:00am Did you ever wonder why humans are attracted to small, cute things? It’s because small, cute things are baby-like. And baby-like things make humans want to take care of them. Yes, people are drawn to neoteny with an innate, irresistible urge.   So what’s that word? If I learned this one in vet school I promptly forgot it. According to Mr. ... Read on »
Does France even know about her rights in South China Sea? Or France and Europe are just being dwarfs in foreign policy or kowto by EyeDrD Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 2:11am Commentary: As France is my 2nd adoptive country, I hold France and its people dear to my heart and wish them all the best. I am saddened by the decline of France due to archaic administrative and rigid education system, which have created a social system of entitlement and dependency. France of today is very ... Read on »
The children required all of the pains they could to tug the particular star wars Gold Dwarf's beard out; nevertheless without s by gw2mail Posted Sat 09 Mar 2013 12:38am   The children required all of the pains they could to tug the particularstar wars GoldDwarf's beard out; nevertheless without success. "I may manage as well as bring help,Inches cried Rose-Red in depth. "Crack-brained sheep's go that you will be!" snarled the actual Dwarf; "what are you going to phone others with regard to? You happen to be 2 way ... Read on »