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Identifying the Common American Sycamore

The American sycamore ( Platanus occidentalis ) is a massive tree that can attain the largest trunk diameter of any eastern U.S. hardwood. The native sycamore has a broad, outreaching canopy and its bark is unique among trees-you can recognize a sycamore just by looking at the jigsaw shapes of its bark.
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Dowling College Admissions

Note: Dowling College closed in August 2016, following financial, enrollment, and accreditation issues. Dowling College Admissions Overview: Students with good grades and solid test scores have a good chance of being accepted to Dowling--the school has an accepted rate of 78%. To apply, those interested should visit the school's website to fill out the online application.
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Tarjeta SENTRI de cruce rápido entre Estados Unidos y México

SENTRI es una tarjeta de inteligente con identificación por radio frecuencia que permite un cruce acelerado de la frontera terrestre entre Estados Unidos y México . Es uno de los programas que se conocen con el nombre de Viajeros Confiables y Frecuentes que facilitan los pasos de control migratorio. SENTRI no debe confundirse con un programa muy similar conocido como Nexus, una tarjeta de cruce rápido entre USA y Canadá.
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5 Types of Bacteria That Live on Your Skin

Our skin is populated by billions of diverse bacteria. As the skin and outer tissues are in constant contact with the environment, microbes have easy access to colonize these areas of the body. Most of the bacteria that reside on skin and hair are either commensalistic (beneficial to the bacteria but do not help or harm the host) or mutualistic (beneficial to both the bacteria and the host).
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Joan Baez Quotes

Joan Baez, American folksinger, is of Mexican, Scottish, and English descent. Many of her songs have a political message, and she has been an activist for peace and human rights. Selected Joan Baez Quotations • My concern has always been for the people who are victimized, unable to speak for themselves and who need outside help.
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Diana, Princess of Wales - Timeline

July 1, 1961 Diana Frances Spencer born in Norfolk, England 1967 Diana's parents divorced. Diana initially lived with her mother, and then her father fought for and won custody. 1969 Diana's mother married Peter Shand Kydd. 1970 After being educated at home by tutors, Diana was sent to Riddlesworth Hall, Norfolk, a boarding school 1972 Diana's father began a relationship with Raine Legge, Countess of Dartmouth, whose mother was Barbara Cartland, romance novelist 1973 Diana began her education at the West Heath Girls School, Kent, an exclusive girls' boarding school 1974 Diana moved to the Spencer family estate in Althorp 1975 Diana's father inherited the title of Earl Spencer, and Diana gained the title of Lady Diana 1976 Diana's father married Raine Legge 1977 Diana dropped out of West Girls Heath School; her father sent her to a Swiss finishing school, Chateau d'Oex, but she only stayed a few months 1977 Prince Charles and Diana met in November when he was dating her sister, Lady Sarah; Diana taught him to tap-dance 1978 Diana attended a Swiss finishing school, Institut Alpin Videmanette, for a term 1979 Diana moved to London, where she worked as a housekeeper, nanny, and kindergarten teacher's aide; she lived with three other girls in a three-bedroom flat purchased by her father 1980 On a visit to see her sister Jane, who was married to Robert Fellowes, an assistant secretary to the Queen, Diana and Charles met again; soon, Charles asked Diana for a date, and in November, he introduced her to several members of the royal family: the Queen, the Queen Mother, and the Duke of Edinburgh (his mother, grandmother, and father) February 3, 1981 Prince Charles proposed to Lady Diana Spencer at a dinner for two at Buckingham Palace February 8, 1981 Lady Diana left for a previously-planned vacation in Australia July 29, 1981 wedding of Lady Diana Spencer and Charles, Prince of Wales, at St.
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