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King Bud of Noland and his dainty fair-haired sister, the Princess Fluff, were friends of Zixi, as their kingdoms were adjoining, so they had traveled together from their far-off domains to do honor to Ozma of Oz on the occasion of her birthday.
Dorothy and Polly loved the Princess Fluff the moment they saw her, and little King Bud was so frank and boyish that Button-Bright accepted him as a chum at once and did not want him to go away.
To them the coming examinations were constantly very important indeed--far more important than chestnut buds or Maytime hazes.
The old grass looked greener, and the young grass thrust up its tiny blades; the buds of the guelder-rose and of the currant and the sticky birch-buds were swollen with sap, and an exploring bee was humming about the golden blossoms that studded the willow.
4, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Anheuser-Busch announced today a multi-year renewal and global expansion of Bud Light's official beer sponsorship of the National Football League (NFL).
Peach cultivars Lola and Sumbuli, T-budded on the seedlings in late May to early June, grew well and bud success rate was averaged as 98.
Bud wondered if the poop weight matched the kibble weight exactly
Like many others, the student quoted above did not take much notice of plants before performing the bud observation activity described here.
Not only are Bud and Carl Fox played by real-life son and father actors, Charlie and Martin Sheen, but Stone dedicated the film to his father and cast his own toddler son in the film.
When food hits the tongue's taste buds, cells there send chemical messages that stimulate nearby nerve fibers.