bullfrog


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largest North American frog

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Bullfrog," replied my wife, sweetly, "I thought all the world knew that!"
Bullfrog," said she, not unkindly, yet with all the decision of her strong character, "let me advise you to overcome this foolish weakness, and prove yourself, to the best of your ability, as good a husband as I will be a wife.
Bullfrog," said my wife, slyly; "but, in that case, where would have been the five thousand dollars which are to stock your dry goods store?"
Bullfrog, upon your honor," demanded I, as if my life hung upon her words, "is there no mistake about those five thousand dollars?"
"The jury gave me every cent the rascal had; and I have kept it all for my dear Bullfrog."
Dexamethasone was infused into the inflamed tissue around lesions via the proprietary Mercator "Bullfrog" catheter designed to enhance clinical efficacy after femoropopliteal revascularization .
Various factors, including pollution, habitat loss, federally protected frog-eating predators, and over-harvesting have depleted wild bullfrog populations.
International Resource News-December 14, 2011--B Lab honours Bullfrog Power(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
The invasive exotic bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) has been introduced in several European countries and has established large breeding populations in France, Italy, Germany, Greece, and Belgium (6).
Lynds first plays a goose named Graylag who resembles a Royal Air Force military leader, then later plays a bullfrog named, well, Bullfrog.
The 1944 launch of HMS Bullfrog is accompanied by a painting of the creature.
The move toward green energy to support frozen dessert production took two big steps forward with the announcements from Turkey Hill Dairy that it now receives a quarter of its annual electricity needs from a new wind turbine power project and from Unilever Canada which has reached a 59,000 MWh a year agreement with Bullfrog Power that will see it become the single largest commercial purchaser of renewable power in that country.
Bullfrog Power said it is using gas from a landfill gas project in Quebec and said the offering will cost less than $1 extra per day for the average home when compared with traditional natural gas.
The power plant sits between the Alafia River and Simmon's Park, and just a short distance from Bullfrog Creek.
Perhaps the best-known frog species in North America is the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana).