quaking grass

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quaking grass

n
(Plants) any grass of the genus Briza, of N temperate regions and South America, having delicate flower branches that shake in the wind
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quaking grass

nZittergras nt
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Syndod, a hyfrydwch, oedd gweld Robin pen grynu (Briza media; Quaking grass) neu'r crydwellt yn tyfu mewn un lle.
Different effects can be achieved with more subtle textures such as the feathery foliage of Love-in-a-Mist (Nigella), fluffy annual grasses such as Hare's Tail Grass (Lagurus ovatus) and delicate quaking grass (Briza minor).
Or go for ornamental grasses such as Briza maxima and Lagurus ovatus, with their fluffy bobtails.
* Murphysboro: Christian Matthews, Iris Barrios, Clayton Berger, Andrew Bily, Elaine Brunaugh, Kevin Cronin, Joshua Cunningham II, Alexandra Funk, Michelle Holt, Emma Hunter, Natalie Karg, Nicholas Keller, Connor McBride, Marion McCleary, Aaron Meier, Miki Ness, Briza Ostos, Justin Tracy, Kayla Walker, Keylin Wece, Brendan Whiting, William Zapp
Summary: Briza is now happily building a future with his fiancee in the Philippines
In the first instance, fire is required for the control of Large Quaking-grass Briza maxima.
El genero mas abundante es Stipa spp., Paspalum y pequenos grupos de Briza subaristata; son especies herbaceas que no superan los 25 cm de alto.
Espallardo, director of Sales and Marketing of Alta Briza Resort in Boracay, said his 108-room resort is recording revenue losses of some P8 million a month due to the closure of Boracay.
The activities also included displaying calligraphy artwork with the presence of the calligrapher Abdulkhaleq Ait Briza, and tourists were given the opportunity to take pictures in traditional Emirati dress.
Far from the bustle of Prague, she runs Galerie Sam83 in the small provincial town of Ceska Briza, Czech Republic, where she shows the work of both unknown and established artists.
Las especies estudiadas fueron: Alcalino, Banderita, Briza, Bromus, Buffel, Carretero, Lloron, Navajita, Pega Ropa, Plumilla, Popotillo Plateado y Punta Blanca, los cuales fueron considerados como los tratamientos (Cuadro 1).
Caption: Willie Fortes, right, and Briza Covarrubias, left, humiliate actress Cassandra Babcock who plays sexually assaulted victim during skit performed by Pure Praxis group aboard Camp H.M.