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n.1.An annual of the central U. S. (Gaillardia pulchella) having showy long-stalked yellow flower heads marked with scarlet or purple in the center.
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These days, she uses the Bush Turnpike to go to nearby Rowlett or visit Firewheel Town Center in Garland.
Oil & gas company Resolute Energy Corporation (NYSE:REN ) revealed on Tuesday the launch of a definitive agreement to acquire certain oil and gas properties located in Reeves County, Texas, for a purchase price of USD135m (the Firewheel Properties) from Firewheel Energy LLC, a portfolio company of EnCap Investments.
Special mention to David Burdus, who completed what we think is the first ever firewheel using specially adapted wheels and gloves to go across in his wheelchair.
Firewheel Town Center, 170 Cedar Sage Drive, Garland, TX 75040
Jim Ray Daniels, Trigger Man, Michigan State UP, 2011 Neil de la Flor and Maureen Seaton, Sinead O'Connor and Her Coat of a Thousand Bluebirds, Firewheel Editions, 2011
He also was canny enough to plant the little grove of firewheel trees.
Johns Town Center on the outskirts of Jacksonville, FL; Clay Terrace in Carmel, IN: and Firewheel in Garland, TX.
Shotwall, Carr & Christansen, 3535 Firewheel Drive, Suite A, Flower Mound, TX 75028; Tel: 972-355-9700, Fax: 972-355-9984, Toll Free: 888-326-3311
Each of the 18 firewheel and sweetshade trees, planted on a grassy strip between the sidewalk and the curb, will be watered, mulched and cared for over the next three years by the resident of the house next to it, explained Jim Summers, who helped organize the event for TreePeople.
I saw both of them on a poster of Wildflowers of New Mexico, although in New Mexico they are called Indian Firewheel (Gaillardia) and Mexican Hat (Coneflower).
In the low and intermediate deserts, sow seeds of wildflowers: blackfoot daisy (Melampodium leucanthum), desert bluebells (Phacelia campanularia), desert globe mallow (Sphaeralcea ambigua), firewheel (Gaillardia pulchella), Mexican hat (Ratibida columnifera), Mexican tulip poppy (Hunnemannia fumariifolia), and owl's clover (Orthocarpus purpurascens).
Sinclair wrote four volumes of verse--Songs for a Summer and Other Poems (1952), Strangers or Beasts (1954), A Time to Embrace (1963), and The Firewheel Tree (1973)--but he is best known for A History of New Zealand (1959; revised and enlarged 1980) and The Origins of the Maori Wars (1957; 2nd edition, 1961).