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To: DMaA who wrote (75)3/16/2019 11:13:26 AM
From: Ken Adams
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That probably explains why Hannity calls him "Bozo" O'Rourke.

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From: goldworldnet3/31/2019 6:09:25 PM
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Yeshua, Jesus, Joshua translation.

en.wikipedia.org.

No pretension here.

My faults are numerous.

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From: SmoothSail4/10/2019 4:45:39 AM
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Halitoxic.

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From: Stan4/18/2019 9:33:08 PM
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Penultimate: It's a word that's not all that uncommon, but it's often used with the wrong meaning, like "absolute greatest" or something like that.

Its meaning is "next to the last" because "ultimate" means "last in a series."

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From: Neeka7/21/2019 11:53:52 AM
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Word of the day:

Popple

to move in a tumbling, irregular manner, as boiling water.

dictionary.com

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To: Neeka who wrote (80)7/21/2019 12:48:30 PM
From: DMaA
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It's also what we call aspens up here.

Popple tree.

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To: DMaA who wrote (81)7/21/2019 2:10:40 PM
From: Ken Adams
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Poplar trees where I grew up. Same family as the cottonwood. Grow fast, tall and short lived by tree standards. The cottonwood is a great, fast shade producer. Unfortunately, it dies at some 30-50 feet in height and great width if left un-pruned, at about the same number of years. Then they become an expensive removal from a once beautiful yard. Experience here....

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To: Ken Adams who wrote (82)7/21/2019 2:17:33 PM
From: DMaA
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Poppal or poplar. The cotton wood seeds can get pretty annoying at times too.

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To: Ken Adams who wrote (82)7/21/2019 2:20:03 PM
From: Carolyn
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Cottonwoods, the bane of my existence in the spring but they certainly hold the riverbanks in the Midwest.

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To: Carolyn who wrote (84)7/21/2019 2:25:53 PM
From: Ken Adams
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The wild cottonwoods will always find nearby water to secure their spreading seeds. They can produce a literal "snow" storm of drifting cotton clumps, covering everything for hundreds of yards in every direction from a single tree. Such a nuisance many cities and communities have made it illegal to plant the variety that is prone to snowing. Some kind of sterilization (??) for the nursery sold trees. Not sure how that's done.
The wild ones, out in the open fields along waterways are truly beautiful as mature trees.

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