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cup plant

n.
A perennial herb (Silphium perfoliatum) in the composite family, native to central and eastern North America and having showy yellow flower heads and opposite leaves whose bases fuse to form a cup around the stem.
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Valentine roasts 120 to 150 pounds compared to the larger scale productions at the Royal Cup plant, which uses several roasters to handle 550 pounds to 1,000 pounds at a time.
Last but by no means least, The Loving Cup plant their flag in between country, blues and Americana.
Much of the risk faced by South African businesses in Africa, especially in construction and mining, involves redundant and as yet unpaid for World Cup plant and machinery being moved to various opportunities in Africa.
Washington, March 20 (ANI): A new research by scientists at South Dakota State University (SDSU) is exploring a native perennial called cup plant as a potential new biomass crop that could also store carbon in its extensive root system and add biodiversity to biomass plantings.
Specifically intended for craft making projects with a Jewish theme, "Crafting Jewish: Fun Holiday Crafts And Party Ideas For The Whole Family" is a 272-page compendium of superbly illustrated, thoroughly 'user friendly', homemade craft projects offering clear step-by-step instructions for more than 120 useful and decorative items ranging from making Shanah Tova Cards; to yogurt cup plant container gardening, to a 'no-sew' pillow, to a decorator mirror.
For example, when reviewing waste reports, a cost clerk in a paper cup plant discovered that the cup department consistently reported "negative" paper waste.
In addition to Spike Walker (1st) and Albert Pan (4th), other Top 10 winners include: Thomas Shearer of Duluth, MN, for his image of agatized petrified wood; Stephen Nagy of Helena, MT, for his photo of an extinct fossil diatom; Shirley Owens, formerly of Michigan State University, for her photo of the Cup Plant Silphium perfoliatum; David Walker of West Yorkshire, U.
Plastic lids will continue to be produced at the Company's largest and most efficient cup plant in Shelbyville, IL.
Dart's seven other domestic cup plants, which have no in-plant scrap processing capabilities, don't plan to add them.