DAISIE

AcronymDefinition
DAISIEDelivering Alien Invasive Species Inventories for Europe
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More than 11,000 alien species have been documented by DAISIE, majority of which are not harmful.
When the show was originally planned it coincided with the Def Leppard/Whitesnake show at Newcastle's Metro Arena so rather wisely the venue and date was switched thanks to the quick eye and even quicker action of the local promoter who brought them across the region to Sunderland, which meant that fans could now attend both shows and thank goodness for that as The Dead Daisies were frankly phenomenal.
Daisies and clematis are found in a third of all gardens, with geraniums in a quarter and marigolds in a fifth.
The consultation concerns the rehabilitation of 60 collective housing buildings Daisies (entries 2 and 4) and Anemones (305 inputs and 313), Chateaubriand and rue du Bourg in the municipality of Lambersart.
Vivid Murano glass charms with tiny white daisies captivate the warmth of the season in a delightful pairing of color and craftsmanship.
Joining The Daisies on the 28th will be Cuban artists, David Blanco y su grupo and Anima Mundi .
The abandoned Peugeot on the side of the road in Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, that has been painted with daisies
In the middle of winter, daisies appear in several parts of the Side Ancient City, have taken the tourists by surprise as they were trekking around the Episcopal Palace and the courtyard of State Agora.
I need hardly mention the old standby Euryops daisies with dark yellow flowers set off by sea green or slate gray foliage.
Choose among patterns like lightning bolts, daisies and rugby stripes, and among styles such as Irish cable knit, and sweaters with turtlenecks or hoods.
Queeley gets weekly shipments of alliums, calla lilies, and Gerbera daisies from Holland, New Zealand, Hawaii, and Asia, where exotics grow year-round so price isn't usually driven by demand surpassing supply.