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Chiefly British term: an extensive area of open rolling infertile land consisting of sand, rock, or peat usually covered with heather, bracken, coarse grass and sphagnum moss, a boggy area of wasteland usually dominated by grasses and sedges growing in a thick layer of peat.

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The Fiber Disease

... which came from Holland and decimated the Elm population, but that was just Elms. I don't see chemtrails where I live. It is dairy and wind swept moors where I live, but I grew up on the flight path to an airport and if I looked up in the sky and saw a trail I would think it was the vapour trail ...

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by in_the_uk
Wed Apr 05, 2006 8:56 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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Practical Exam Help required!

... particular experiment Heather releases allelopathic substances that may inhibit invasion and growth of some trees in heather-dominated heaths and moors in particular. If I were to start a quantitative prediction based upon the differing concentrations of the ash solution I would have to say that ...

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by b_d_41501
Mon Apr 25, 2005 10:17 pm
Forum: General Discussion
Topic: Practical Exam Help required!
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