The Bean Family Pocket Guide 1999

Author: Shawn Brecka
Publisher: Antique Trader
ISBN: 9780930625566
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A complete, up-to-date pricing reference to bean-bag plush collectibles, this compact, comprehensive guide reflects current values and trends relating to the most popular manufacturers. 100 color photos.

Jakarta Struts Pocket Reference

Author: Chuck Cavaness
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 0596005199
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Common tag attributes Attribute Description bundle The name ofthe application
scope bean underwhich the MessageResources object is stored. Defaults
toGlobals. MESSAGES_KEY. id Names the scripting variable created by the tag,
as well as the key value used to locatethe bean in the scope defined by the
scope attribute. locale The name ofthe session scope bean underwhich the
currently selectedLocale object is stored. Defaults toGlobals. LOCALE_KEY.
name The key value ...

Java Ee 6 Pocket Guide

Author: Arun Gupta
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 144933668X
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java:global[/<app-name>] /<module-name> /<bean-name> [!<fully-qualified-
interface-name>] <app-name> applies only if the session bean is packaged with
an .ear file. <module-name> is the name of the module in which the session bean
is packaged. <bean-name> is the ejb-name of the enterprise bean. If the bean
exposes only one client interface (or alternatively has only a no-interface view),
the bean is also exposed with an additional JNDI name using the following
syntax: ...

Jack And The Bean Pie

Author: Laura North
Publisher: Triangle Interactive, Inc.
ISBN: 1684446198
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magicmagicmagicmagic beansbeansbeansbeans leftleftleftleft inJackJackJack
hadhadaafewfew magicmagic beansbeans leftleft in had had a a few few magic
magic beans beans left inininin hishishishishis pocket.pocket.pocket.pocket.
HeHeHeHe threwthrewthrewthrew themthemthemthem leftatatatat theinin
hishishispocket.pocket. HeHethrewthrew themthematat pocket. pocket. He He
threw threw them them at thethethethe ...

Handy Pocket Guide To Asian Vegetables

Author: Wendy Hutton
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 146290713X
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The bean family has several hundred varieties, which makes classification
somewhat confusing for the average Botanical Family: person. Furthermore, the
term "bean" Leguminosae is used both for fresh beans eaten in the pod and for
the dried seeds of Malay name: many varieties of bean. Kacang merah Beans,
which are native to Central and South America, have been used as food for
literally thousands of years and were brought to Europe by Spanish explorers in
the 16th century.

Rspb Pocket Guide To British Birds

Author: Simon Harrap
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472932293
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66–84 CM• Anser fabalis adult Taiga Bean Tundra Bean long neck and bill A
scarce winter visitor from Scandinavia, with just two regular wintering flocks, in
the Yare Valley in Norfolk and Stirlingshire in central Scotland. DESCRIPTION A
large goose, around size of Greylag, the darkest of the 'grey' geese, especially
around head and neck. Legs orange, bill dark with variable amounts of orange
and sometimes a narrow whitish band around base. In flight rather dark, lacking
grey on the ...

Pocket Guide To The Edible Garden

Author: Joe Hashman
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1848034792
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RUNNER & FRENCH BEAN. Plant out into enriched soil at 20cm intervals (Fig.
92, p. 109). 75. Support climbing beanswith loose figure8 knots tied around
support and stem to train initially. Important toget plants climbing as quickly as
possible to get themout of slug and snail danger zone (primarily at soil level) (Fig.
117, p. 133). 76. Tend runnerbeans bychecking supports, providing water direct
to the roots and removing all competing weeds (Fig. 80,p. 97). 77. Plantout dwarf
French ...

Chambers Pocket Dictionary

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Publisher: Allied Publishers
ISBN: 9788186062036
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bean n 1 any of several kinds of climbing plant which produce edible seeds in
long thin pods. 2 a seed or young pod of the plant, used as food. 3 the bean-like
seed of other plants. — full of beans (coll) full of energy; very cheerful. [OE] been
bag n 1 a small cloth bag filled with dried beans, or something similar, thrown like
a ball in children's games. 2 a very large floor cushion. beanfeast n (Br coll) a
party or celebration. beansprout or beanshoot n a young shoot of a bean plant,
esp. of ...

The Pocket Oxford Dictionary And Thesaurus

Author: Elizabeth Jewell
Publisher: Oxford
ISBN: 9780195307153
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5 ship's breadth at its widest point. *v. 1 tr. emit or direct (light, radio waves, etc.).
2imr. a shine, b look or smile radiantly, a off (or off the) beam col- loq. mistaken,
on the beam colloq. on the right track. • n. 1 pile, purlin, collar beam, tie beam. 2
gleam. • v. 1 radiate, shed, give off or out. 2 a pour out or forth, b grin, n off (or off
the) beam see WRONG adj. 1 . on the beam along the right lines, close, colloq.
warm. bean /been/ • n. 1 a plant with edible seeds in long pods, b one of these
seeds.