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Image from page 404 of “Die Gartenkunst” (1899)
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Title: Die Gartenkunst
Year: 1899 (1890s)
Authors: Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Gartenkunst
Subjects: Landscape gardening Gardens — Europe
Publisher: Wrzburg [etc.] Selbstverlag der Deutschen Gesellschaft fr Gartenkunst [etc.]
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wiedereingeführt werden. Auf dem Winterberg, dem höchsten Punktdes Gebietes, wird ein großes Hotel gebaut. Personalnachrichten. Schwarz. Josef, dipl. Gartenmeister, früher in Bonn, istals Gartentechniker von der Stadt Altena angestellt worden. von Strebet, Direktor der kgl. landwirtschaftl. Hochschuleund der Gartenbauschule in Hohenheim (Württemberg) trittam ersten Oktober d. Js. von seinem Posten zurück. Wahr-scheinlich wird ein in den Personen wechselndes Hochschul-rektorat an Stelle der seitherigen Direktion treten. Für die Red.iktion verantwortlich; Gartenarchitekt R. Hoemann, Düsseldorf-Gratenberg. Selbstverlag der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Gartenkunst. Druck der Königl. tJniversitätsdruckerei H. Stürtz A. G., W^ürzburg. DIE GARTENKUNST Alleinige Anzeigen-Annahme: Haasenstein & Vogler A.-G., Frankfurt a. M., Scliillerpiatz 2 und deren sämtlictie Filialen. ==^=^=^== Anzeigenpreis: 25 Pfg. die Einheitszeile oder deren Raum; Beilagen nach Übereinlcunft. _^=^====

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Image from page 17 of “The Granite monthly : a magazine of literature, history and state progress” (1877)
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Title: The Granite monthly : a magazine of literature, history and state progress
Year: 1877 (1870s)
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Hampshire, F. B. Sanborn . The Cricket, F. Hodgman ….. The Dividing Line: A Sketch of New London, Myra B. Lord The Dying Leaf, John H. Bartlett The Granite State, George Bancroft Griffiths . The Old Folks at Home, M. P. Lawrence The Partridge, H. H. Hanson . . . . The Sentinels, Laura D. Nichols . .-.. The Two Paths, Helen Soule Stewart The Waiter Girl, H. C. Pearson . . . . . The White Angel, G. C. Selden .- . Two Pictures, H. H. Hanson . . . D., First Under The Old Elm, Edward A. Jenks 83, 143, 208, 307, 3 War Pictures, John C. Linehan ; Wheeler, Mary H., At Lundys Lane . . Why Didst Thou Doubt? Clarence Henry Pearson Whytmere, Henry, An Old Barn and Its Swallows. Wild Escort und Begleitservice Reutlingen: A Romance of the Time of the Great King, Agatha B. E. Chandler 46, 129, 235* 294, 361 Witch Hazel, Hattie Abbott . . 451 3S39*439215 320 1142 38937644i12316S292439 44i 82 376 455 93 398 306 191 306 406 292 33 123 207 128 ,456169450395 458353 Ye Balade of Ye Fretful Lytel Robin, Edward A. Jenks fcri .-jrz

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Image from page 123 of “The Granite monthly : a magazine of literature, history and state progress” (1877)
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thing of Frau von Reutlin-gen ? Yes, indeed ; she is charming,and improves wonderfully on closeracquaintance, for she is a trifle shy atfirst. A trifle ! I should say she waspainfully shy. It is her greatest fault,but she never shows it to me. So I have heard. He felt instinctively that there wasmore in her words than appeared onthe surface, so he watched her atten-tively. He was not pleased at the prospectof spending the afternoon with Sus-annas parents, but he saw no way ofavoiding it, until at last Susanna her-self gave way to the silent supplica-tion of his dark eyes, and led the wayto her own little sitting room, a pro-ceeding which did not please herfather and mother, although theynever interfered with their daughtersactions. Wolf followed her with a beatingheart, and when she seated herself onthe little sofa in her bright room, hehastened to her side, and, seizing herhand, pressed it passionately betweenhis own. Susanna, has anyone been tryingto injure me in your eyes ? i ^1 VA

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W »» Ba %Sr * . ■ – I – l^SL ■ :^ . , £f* -; : r*?| . F ^r*r ,/-* .; sl A 8 > ■..*/ -.v. (1 ; ■ ^-^ H 1 -•i 41 hey returned to the house, Woif talking as th 5 tney wa.»ed. 4 5° WILD REUTLINGEN Her bright eyes watched himclosely. Yes, Wolf; someone has been try-ing to injure you : I have been told ofyour gambling habits, and of yourlight, ever-changing heart. Shestopped and colored deeply, not feel-ing sure of her voice. Wolf covered his eyes with hishand, rested his arm upon his knee,and remained silent. The charge ofgambling he could easily refute, buthe was so merry and gay, so warmhearted and lovable, women of allclasses were so kind and friendly tohim, that he felt that she had somecause for complaint. Had she butallowed him to love her, he wouldnever have needed to look elsewhere,but he had been hopelessly separatedfrom her for years. Should he thenhave passed his life in mourning, withnone of the pleasures of the society ofwomen ? It was too much to ask ofhim,

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After winning the much coveted title, he decided to try his luck in the united states. Upon setting foot on American soil in 1968, he found himself working in Santa Monica (California) as a road worker in an apparent effort to establish himself in a land far away from a play where he came from.

Although defensive midfielder Thomas Hitzelsperger is out of form, despite moving from Erotik Job Escort Stuttgart to Lazio to try and retain his place in the national team, Germany should be organised enough to not concede too many goals.

Oldham had the top scores of the junior men’s competition on floor (14.8), parallel bars (14.65, the best score on the event by 0.6), high bar (14.35) and vault, where he tied with Whitlock (15.65). Whitlock, who won gold on pommel horse at the Junior Europeans, was the best on that event (13.75), and Beckford had the top score on still rings (14.25).

Diskrete Begleitagentur

The U.S. Under-20 Open National Team – competing in the ultimate FrisbeeWorld Junior Ultimate Championships in Begleitagentur Heilbronn, Germany – has won all of its games since group play began on Tuesday, Aug. 3.

Germany’s midfielders such as Chelsea’s Michale Ballack and Bayern Munich’s Bastien Schweinsteiger are strong, and can change games. Mesut Ozil and Marko Marin from Bremen are also looking to have a good tournament.

Pine Bluff, Ark.; Searcy, Ark.; Chico-Oroville, Calif.; Grand Junction, Col.; Silverthorne, Col.; Homosassa Springs, Fla.; Palatka, Fla.; Milledgeville, Ga.; Valdosta, Ga.; Lafayette, La.; Morgan City, La.; New Iberia, La.; Cape Cod, Mass.; New Ulm, Minn.; Corinth-New Albany, Miss.; Greenwood-Cleveland, Miss.; Grenada, Miss.; Meridian, Miss.; Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Atlantic City-Toms River, N.J.; Batavia, N.Y.; Dunn, N.C.; Lawton, Okla.; Dillon, S.C.; Midland, Texas; Odessa, Texas; Sherman-Denison, Texas; Victoria, Texas; St. Croix, US Virgin Islands; St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands; Bremerton, Wash.; Moses Lake, Wash.;Yakima, Wash.; Beckley, W.V.; and Oak Hill, W.V.

The final itself would always be remembered for that spectacular volley by Zinedine Zidane that turned out to be the winner but the area of interest is with that particular Bayer squad that got to the final.

When our beers were brought to us, I was a little saddened to see that neither brew had much of a head on it. Once you’ve been in Germany for awhile, you start to get used to beers with wonderful rich, foamy heads. These two looked pretty sad in comparison and reminded us that we were in an American establishment. The burgers were okay, but i was really disappointed with the french fries, which were kind of dry and tasted stale.

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