CACTUS


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CACTUSCapital Area / Central Texas Unix Society
CACTUSConverted Atmospheric Cherenkov Telescope Using Solar-2 (observatory; Daggett, CA)
CACTUSComputer Aided Credentials of Teachers in Utah Schools (database; Utah State Office of Education)
CACTUSCalculator and Computer Technology User Service (website; teacher services)
CACTUSCohousing Association of Central Texas Umbrella Services (Austin, TX)
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Abbie Bennett, marketing manager, said: "The New C4 Cactus is set to shake up the SUV market in the first quarter of 2018 and we are so excited for its arrival in the Town Centre Automobiles showroom.
You should prune your cactus about a month after it blooms.
Climate change and the increasing risks of droughts are strong reasons to upgrade the humble cactus to the status of an essential crop in many areas," said Hans Dreyer, director of FAO's Plant Production and Protection Division.
You have to be a particular type to want to have a cactus collection.
The doodle starts with a cactus flexing his muscles.
The judge will be Dr Andreas Laras of the Greek Cactus and Succulent Society, experienced collector, world renowned for his research on the cacti of Mexico.
It is based on Citroen's top-of-the-range Flair trim but adds even more features for the discerning Cactus driver.
Critique: Although the interactive aspects of "Lost Cactus: The First Treasury" do not lend itself to community library collections, it will prove to be a 'must' for the legions of Lost Cactus fans and will prove to be an effective introduction for anyone new to the strip.
29 March 2016 - US-based private equity firm Hastings Equity Partners has made its fifth Fund III platform investment in US-based fuel distributor Cactus Fuel, LLC, the company said.
Within the genus Opuntia, Cactus Pear (Opuntia ficus-indica) is the most agronomically important species for the production of edible fruits and cladodes, which can be used as a vegetable and valuable forage resource in arid and semi-arid lands [7].
Vienna, Dhu-AlHijjah 21, 1436, October 05, 2015, SPA -- Illegal trade in cactus plants for gardening has helped to bring 31 per cent of the world's cactus species to the brink of extinction, the International Union for Conservation of