Prairie Heat

Author: Tessa Layne
Publisher: Shady Layne Media
ISBN: 0998327514
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Will an Alpha cowboy find true love on the range in this sexy, small town western? “You won’t want to miss this fast-paced, sexy ride.” - NYT & USA Today Bestseller, Cora Seton A captivating contemporary western romance series that ...

Prairie Heat

Author: Madeline Baker
ISBN: 9781419972751
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Mail-order bride, Matilda Thornton, is a prim and proper lady from Boston on her way to Arizona in order to meet her new husband for the first time.

Prairie Farmer

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It is conical — a few bees in the narrow top generate sufficient heat. A small
swarm will do as much proportionately as a larger one ; as they increase in
number, and can advantageously occupy a broader space the width increases. If
by unfavorable seasons they are reduced to extremities, their last stores are in
this narrow point, with every possible facility for recovery. If water should ever
condense above them, it follows down the sides instead of dropping upon them. It
is narrow ...

Creating The Prairie Xeriscape

Author: Sara Williams
Publisher: Coteau Books
ISBN: 1550505424
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New breeding developments have assured better heat tolerance in sweet
alyssum (L. maritima) as well as a greater range of colours. QIS mix (75–90 cm/
30–36 in.) is available in dark blue, pale blue, rose, white and yellow. CARE:
Heat- and salt-tolerant, sea lavender does well in a fertile but well-drained sandy
or loamy soil in full sun. USE: Attractive massed in the border, they are excellent
as dried or fresh-cut flowers and are a nectar plant for butterflies. Sweet alyssum (
Lobularia ...

The New Normal

Author: University of Regina. Canadian Plains Research Center
Publisher: University of Regina Press
ISBN: 9780889772311
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Heat stress, for example, is likely to be Exacerbated due to the “heat island effect”
(e.g. Arnfield, 2003): concrete structures absorb and radiate heat, resulting in
further increases in temperatures. Historically, prairie summers have been mild
relative to other regions across Canada. This mild climate has also meant
relatively low rates of adaptation to heat stress, such as residential air
conditioning and city shelters. Extreme heat days, in other words, may be rare but
significant events for ...

Northern Heat

Author: Mark Elliott
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412049083
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Yes, that right there.” “Deputy Andrews, wake up.” I knew that voice. Sara Ward.
Sara is a registered nurse with Lake Prairie Community Hospital. She worked the
afternoon-early evening shift at the hospital, and volunteered with the ambulance
service when she was off duty. She had moved north from White Bear Lake two
years ago. She had been engaged to a young farm boy she had met at the
University. He was studying business and agriculture, intent on buying the family

From Prairie To Palestine

Author: Lyla Ann May
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1469197898
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In the hot Southern California summers when my mother, sister and I came to visit
, the heat would hover over the garden and the buzzing of the bees was the only
sound in the silent afternoons as the fragrant scent rose on heat waves and our
little family of women napped in the dark bedrooms. In the summer, even the
streets outside were wonderful, because the heat would soften the black tar in
between the cracks in the asphalt so that we could squish it with our toes, and we
would ...

Prairie Preacher

Author: P. J. Hoge
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450200265
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The Midwestern prairies offered little diversity. There were fields and pastures
separated by a few barbed wire fences. During the summer heat wave, the
pastures and crops had become dry and blended into an endless panorama of
brown and golden tones. A meager smattering of farmsteads and gravel roads
separated miles of nearly flat fields and gently rolling pastures. There were a few
trees and bushes planted around the farmsteads, but for the most part, there was
nothing but ...

The Medicine Line

Author: Beth LaDow
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135296081
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In the dust of trader Jean-Louis Légaré's thirty-seven wagons and screeching
Red River carts, he rode his pony through the fly-thick Canadian prairie heat,
south across the Canada-Montana border, preparing to submit to the United
States Army he and his Sioux followers had eluded in 1877, evading capture
after their victory at the Battle of the Little Big Horn the year before. In eight days
he would become the last Northern Plains Indian to surrender his rifle to a United
States soldier.