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- TheBritishBritanniassanativeluonnonvarainenHelianthemum nummulariumHelianthemum nummularium, has produced a fabulous range of named varieties in a staggering spectrum of colours, all are indispensable edging plants.
- She must have seen my surprise, for she then used anativepaikallistawordsanaafor an unwanted or deformed child, or one born out of wedlock, much uglier than the word `bastard.
- The country's largest aboriginal land claim settlement was agreed on Dec. 16 by the federal government of Canada and representatives of thenativealkuperäistenInuitinuiittien.
- Besides cups and bowls with chi-rho symbols and apparently Christian inscriptions, several leaf shaped plaques recallnativealkuperäisiäCeltickelttiläisiävotive objectsvotiivikohteita, clearly transformed and Christianized by the incorporation of a chi-rho emblem.
- It also has probably the finest and most ancientnativeluonnonvaraisetpinesmännytin Scotland, venerable trees whose gnarled, weatherbeaten habit has more in common with old oaks than with the conifers we are used to seeing.
- As you approached the bazaar you passed their showcases, full of the flimsy and barbaric workmanship which thenativealkuperäisetEgyptiansegyptiläisetadmired.
- `Sometimes I forget thatyousinäare notet olenativesyntyperäinen asukasto this landtämän maan, Alexei.
- For many years the town continued to develop, mainly due to an abundance of water power from the rivers, and many of the settlers were fromhishänennative<empty>townkotikaupungistaanof Irvine, Ayrshire.
- The team has chosena mixture of treespuita, jotka olivatnativeluonnonvaraisiato this part of Englandtässä osassa Englantiaand aim to create an area where threatened species of flora and fauna can flourish.