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Turn a backyard into a miniature wildlife refuge through thoughtful choices of food, water and habitat, cope with unwanted denizens, and learn to enjoy birds and mammals alike.
Beltway denizens were somewhat surprised when, soon after John Kerry officially launched his search for a running mate, a boomlet erupted around vanquished candidate Richard Gephardt.
The sentence that particularly captures my admiration: "Should the day ever come when the rule that was in Omaha Sunday night became the dominant rule, the grasses of the jungle would overspread our civilization, its wild denizens, human and brute, would make their foul feast on the ruins, and the God who rules over us would turn His face in sorrow from a world given over to hostility.
The denizens of Kansai also beat out Tokyo in the number of keitai emails sent and received each day, both at work (3.
The minus tides reveal all sorts of marine denizens usually covered by seawater.
Its story centers on vortex of complicated relationships among young artists and other denizens of bohemian New York City in the early 1970s, including an intense, though ambivalent connection beween two black aspiring performers--Jesse Durand and his dance-class colleague, Ruella McPhee, to whom he turns for emotional support when he loses his longtime white male lover to a violent death at the hands of white, gay-bashing street toughs.
The denizens of the wizard Kastchei's bewitched forest include an old reptile and an "older beast," along with jaguar, snake, warthogs and lizards.
London and Pittsburgh underwent transformations that denizens of either city in 1900 or 1930 would have regarded as impossible," McNeill points out.
His decision to focus his study on the newspaper culture of Wilhelmine Berlin is salutary, for the city's mass-circulation press gives him a window onto the processes by which the city was perceived, interpreted and represented by its denizens.
But for the full awe-inspiring and breathtaking effect, the bridge should really traverse a more dramatic chasm, such as the great grey green greasy Limpopo River and its jungly denizens.
A word of advice for denizens of the Capitol: If voters perceive that an alteration of the existing term-limit restrictions is designed to perpetuate any political careers, that measure is doomed to failure at the polls -- by a large margin.
Welcome to Discworld, a curious land built upon the back of a giant turtle supported by four elephants and populated by as ragtag an ensemble of gods, demons, wizards and anything but ordinary denizens that you can possibly imagine anywhere.
Bodies this size that orbit a star, like the denizens of our solar system, qualify as bona fide planets.
But denizens of gay film festivals who can set their expectations to "guerrilla indie" will find much to enjoy.
In her latest book author and fisherman Linda Greenlaw introduces readers to the salty denizens of the Dry Dock Bar in Portland, Maine.