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- Ground level may refer to: Earth's surface Storey of a building/structure on (level with) the ground; also called the "ground floor" Ground Level, Australian...
- Koshimizu (****anese); Kristin Sutton (English) Kate is the president of the aboveground student council and Mari's rival from middle school. She is the one who...
- networking system Canopy (biology), aboveground portion of plant community or crop (including forests) Canopy (grape), aboveground portion of grapevine Chuppah...
- terminating at Sangbong. A physical transfer between underground and aboveground stations opened on 20 August 2010. P****enger trains serving the following...
- In biology, the canopy is the aboveground portion of a plant community or crop, formed by the collection of individual plant crowns. In forest ecology...
- and wounds the demon, letting him retrieve the girl. The demon comes aboveground. It has morphed and become capable of "Blood Demon Art" spells to move...
- held in place by earthen pits. The use of brick vaults and domes in aboveground Han structures is unknown. From Han literary sources, it is known that...
- petunia and even papyrus thrive as annuals, and ****anese banana will die aboveground during winter but re-sprout after the danger of frost is over. Unbeknownst...
- (fruit), Schizonepeta (aboveground parts), ginger (dried rhizome), Chinese Vitex (fruit), Isatis (root) and Echinacea (aboveground parts) Amino acids: glutamine...
- into small floats. Members of the subfamily Taxodioideae produce woody aboveground structures, known as cypress knees, that project upward from their roots...
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