blacklands


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blacklands

(ˈblækˌlændz)
pl n
an area of fertile soil in Texas
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Saving enough money to take a year out, she initially set her sights on screen-writing before publishing her debut novel, Blacklands, at the age of 45.
Mrs Morrison, grocer, Blacklands received official word her eldest son, William, had succumbed to malaria while serving in Egypt.
Belinda won the CWA gold dagger in 2010 with her first novel Blacklands. In 2014, her book Rubbernecker won the Theakston prize.
The golf club was formed in 1894 and started as a nine-hole course at Blacklands Farm, near Coltswood.
(A cloak for travellers through blacklands in backcountry)
BELINDA BAUER's debut, Blacklands, won the prestigious CWA Gold WA Gold W Dagger for Crime Novel of the Year.
The company eventually focused on the so-called Blacklands Corridor outside of Dallas, with hopes of creating an alternative to nearby Interstate 30.
Additionally, other atrocities that have stained America's rights record include "secret" drone assassination campaigns across the blacklands of the planet, military commissions, denial of civilian trials, Guantanamo 'interrogation lab', indefinite detention, torture and abuse, renditions and several other grim practices that are still being vocally supported, honored and remarkably well-publicized with impunity and no criminal accountability by American policy makers and justice system.
With her debut, Blacklands, Belinda was awarded the CWA Gold Dagger for Crime Novel of the Year.
TAM 305 wheat was approved for production in the Rolling Plains, South Texas and the Blacklands, Ibrahim said.
As with Blacklands and Darkside, Finders Keepers is also set on the edge of Exmoor, in and around the fictional town of Shipcott.
Moreover, similar soils and vegetation occur in other "blacklands" on the Gulf Coastal Plain, from Texas to Georgia (NatureServe 2010).