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Munro, Frances Beat Stress (1992)This thirst for knowledge and a better life is also a threat. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for justice. Davey, Ray Rev. 1424KbAbstractThe increase of peat demand for horticultural crops, the reduction of peat availability, due to more and more restrictive regulations about the peatland exploitation and the ecological awareness about the sustainable ecological development, has producted the necessity to find other materials that could replace, totally or partially this as root substrates. It could be interesting to substitute peat with cheaper renovable products, using rejecting items considered as a cost for the company. Several scientists have already started to characterize, chemically physically, the rice hulls and anaerobic digestion residues as peat substitute.
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Despite appearing as a nursery rhyme, the ballad tells the story of Feilim Cam Baoill, or Phelim O who, to escape his bitter enemy, abandons Donegal. He was one of the Ulster leaders of the O clan, one of the largest tribal dynasty in Northern Ireland (see). A warrior fisherman leader who, to avoid conflict with the Mac Suibhne clan, or Sweeney, takes the sea on a small boat to the island of Gola; but, still not feeling safe, he changes the route to the island of Tory, more jagged and rich in hiding places, even if more treacherous for the presence of the rocks.