Tanier

Tan´i`er


n.1.(Bot.) An aroid plant (Caladium sagittæfolium), the leaves of which are boiled and eaten in the West Indies.
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The team limited advance ticket sales for games against the Phillies to Nationals' season ticket holders and fans who resided in Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland (Beck, 2012; Boswell, 2012; Ladson, 2012; Loeb, 2012; "Phillies," 2011; Tanier, 2012).
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This year's Patriots have a lot in common with the 1998 Cowboys," writes The Fifth Down's Mike Tanier.
com, writer Mike Tanier describes Quinn's stock as "dropping like liquid mercury through seawater," forcing Goodell to create the "Passer-Over Draft Choice Isolation Chamber and Inactivity Room .
Growth, nutrient uptake, and yield of tanier (Xanthosoma app.
Since 1902, scientists have been providing a research foundation for tropical agriculture, helping farmers more effectively grow bananas, plantains, sweetpotatoes, yams, cassava, beans, grain sorghum, and other foods, such as tanier, or taro root.
Since 1902, scientists there have been providing a research foundation for tropical agriculture, helping farmers more effectively grow bananas, plantains, sweetpotatoes, yams, cassava, beans, grain sorghum, and other foods, such as tanier, or taro root.
Two tropical root crops, cassava and tanier, have also gotten a boost from ARS research at Mayaguez.