Aker***e - Axiom Antichrist is the fifth studio album by Aker***e, released in 2007. It is their third release on Earache Records and the first to feature Peter Benjamin on bass, having replaced Peter Theobalds. The limited edition super jewel case version (Limited to 8000 copies worldwide) includes two bonus tracks, these are covers of songs by Morbid Angel & Death. Lyric: Believe in what you can see Believe in what you can feel Reveal yourself unto me Show yourself unto me Believe in what you know Believe in what you can touch Legs agape Stretching slow Show yourself unto me The soft wet kisses To the mouth of the vagina Taste exquisite to me "I believe that when I die I shall rot and nothing of my ego shall survive" (Bertrand Russell) The glabrous beauty Once the blood dries on the contract All debts must be paid Once the blood dries on the contract You can never go back All debts must be paid We form an unmoving tableau Of adorer and adored Unsure briefly which is me Every thought I ever had Dissolves into nothing [Solo Wil***] When you take me in your mouth Staring into my eyes Stretched skin Mesmerising All debts must be paid
Evolution's Creative Genius Psalm 91:3 Surely He shall deliver you from the snare of the fowler and from the perilous pestilence. The Peruvian Andes gave the world the potato, which is one of the largest crops in the world today. The problem is, the modern potato is plagued by potato beetles and aphids, which also carry some viral diseases to the plant. Now a wild potato found in the Bolivian Andes is being studied because it seems to be quite resistant to these pests. The Bolivian potato defends itself using tiny hairs on its leaves called trichomes. There are roughly the same number of tall and short trichomes on the leaves, and they work together to provide a complete defense system for the plant. The hairs are so closely spaced that even a tiny aphid cannot avoid them. The end of each hair has a sack filled with defense chemicals. The short trichomes release their chemicals only when disturbed. The longer trichomes continuously release their chemicals. When an aphid gets on a leaf, its legs cannot avoid coming in contact with the sticky fluid the short trichomes release. To make certain that the aphid collects enough of the sticky stuff, the plant also releases a chemical that agitates the aphid. This gooey liquid finally sets up into a hard mass, leaving the aphid to starve. It also appears that a scent emitted by one of the trichomes makes the leaves completely distasteful to potato beetles. A potato may someday be developed that can save itself from the pestilence of aphids and beetles. But ...
The Worlds Largest Sitka Spruce (OFFICIAL) at Queets and Lake Quinault Queets Spruce This is a Sitka spruce tree growing near the Queets River in Olympic National Park. It is the largest spruce in the world with a trunk volume of 337 m³ (11901 cubic feet) and an estimate age of 350-450 years. The Queets Spruce is the largest in the world with a trunk volume of 337 m3 (11901 cubic feet) it's 75.6 meters (248 ft) tall and 455 cm (15 ft) in dbh. It is located near the Queets River in Olympic National Park, about 16 miles (26 km) from the Pacific Ocean. The Sitka Spruce (Picea sitchensis) is a large coniferous evergreen tree growing to 5070 m tall, exceptionally to 100 m tall, and with a trunk diameter of up to 5 m, exceptionally to 67 m diameter. It is by far the largest species of spruce; the fourth largest conifer in the world (behind Giant Sequoia, Coast Redwood and Western Red Cedar); and the third tallest conifer species (after Coast Redwood and Coast Douglas-fir). It acquires its name from the community of Sitka, Alaska. Description The bark is thin and scaly, flaking off in small circular plates 520 cm across. The crown is broad conic in young trees, becoming cylindric in older trees; old trees may have no branches in the lowest 3040 m. The shoots are very pale buff-brown, almost white, and glabrous (hairless) but with prominent pulvini. The leaves are stiff, sharp and needle-like, 1525 mm long, flattened in cross-section, dark glaucous blue-green above with two or three thin lines of stomata, and blue-white below with two dense ...
My G. Glabrous male mantis shrimp eating krill! Glabmiester in all his AAA battery size glory.
Papaver somniferum (with translation text) More information??? Review: · Plants for a Future: · GRIN Taxonomic Information: www.ars-grin.gov Contact: @
Jackson Williams, 21 month old toddler golfing at the range Jackson Williams at 21 months old, can't stay away from the range. Too bad they don't make gloves for little people, as he gets blisters sometimes. After a large bucket he asks for more, but we need to stop, get some food and get warm. Need to move out of Seattle.
Brandi Carlile and her little sister This was from a small Seattle show on March 30th, 2007. Brandi brought her little sister on stage and she also sang beautifully...although it's hard to tell from my phone/video's horrible quality. fun watch anyhow. Great show! At the end of the show, Brandi signed VINYL albums of the Story... Hot sauce.
Zipline Tour in Whistler BC Sandra and I visited Whistler for our first anniversary. On the second day we took a Zipline ecotour between Whistler and Blackcomb. It was cold, but a ton of fun. Our guides were great.
Dove tree, Handkerchief Tree - Vaantjesboom HD stockshots broadcast format available at: - vaantjesboom, zakdoekenboom - Dove tree, Pocket Handkerchief Tree - arbre aux mouchoirs -Taschentuchbaum, Taubenbaum - Duetræ - Näsduksträd - Davidia involucrata var. vilmoriniana (dode) wangerin is one of only two dove tree varieties. This variety has glabrous (hairless) leaves. The Dove tree is also known as the Pocket Handkerchief Tree because the white bracts can be seen to resemble a folded handkerchief around flower heads. The genus Davidia is named after Father Armand David, a French Vincentian missionary who lived in China in the 20th century. Père David was keen naturalist who also commemorated in the Chinese White Pine Pinus armandii and Père David's Deer. Dove tree -Davidia involucrata family Nyssaceae Davidia laeta Dode
Eschscholzia californica (with translation text) More information??? Review: · Plants for a Future: · GRIN Taxonomic Information: www.ars-grin.gov Contact: @
Pea*** Mantis Shrimp GREAT VIEW! There is a great view of my Mantis Shrimp's underbelly before he finally attacks the Emerald Crab
Pugs playing Male pug (Wilson, fawn) and female pug (Whitney, black) - playing like great siblings. this video had to be put online....
Amalaki Ban Takes Effect The Amalaki (Phyllanthus emblica, syn. Emblica officinalis) is a deciduous tree of the Euphorbiaceae family. It is known for its edible fruit of the same name. Common names of this tree include amalaka in Sanskrit, amla (आँवला) in Hindi, amlaki (আমলকী) in Bengali, Nellikkai (நெல்லிக்காய்) in Kannada and Tamil, ఉసిరి in Telugu, amala in Nepali language, 'ma kham bom' in Thai, and 'mak kham bom' in Lao. Amalaki Plant anatomy and harvesting The amalaki tree is small to medium sized, reaching 8 to 18 m in height, with a crooked trunk and spreading branches. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10-20 cm long, usually deciduous; the leaves simple, subsessile and closely set along branchlets, light green, resembling pinnate leaves. The flowers are greenish-yellow. The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with 6 vertical stripes or furrows. Ripening in autumn, the berries are harvested by hand after climbing to upper branches bearing the fruits. The taste of amalaki is sour, bitter and astringent, and is quite fibrous. In India, it is common to eat amalaki steeped in salt water and turmeric to make the sour fruits palatable. Amalaki Medical research Amalaki has undergone preliminary research, demonstrating in vitro antiviral and antimicrobial properties. There is preliminary evidence in vitro that its extracts induce apoptosis and modify gene expression in ...
Jackson Davis Williams Video Update 6 9 weeks Here is Jackson doing some tummy time, a few rolls and some cooing in the am
Jackson and the mirror 4.5 months
Crawling Jackson Williams Crawling 6 month old Jackson
Binaca Sangeet Mala-12 poems -12-9-2001-33 RAINY RHAPSODY-41 All a dream, Became a reality, When did the sun go down , When did the moon come out? Life became a continuity. Till drops of rain met the earth, And sweet smells wafted through eternity I woke up to the melody, Of the pitter patter rhapsody. Close to my sensibility You breathed deeply, Igniting my passions and heady, Returnee to the desirable nectary Blooms, and kindling pastille , My shimmering muliebrity. Insufflating my spirit fleshly. This perpetual rhythm, Of season and person, Electrovalent in its proximity Together reaching the summit, And then down on the floor, Fulminating into orgasmic remit, Decoupling to fructify, From pore to pore. Glabrous silky environ, Entwines the Riley poise, Never to let go, An Indian body and soul meteoric rise, Mouth to mouth resuscitation necessitates, The reverberating soma throes of torrid torment, Till the wet prana precipitates- An insurmountable remanent, For a bonding, That is permenant.
THIS IS MY DOG BOWL remix you made me glabrous
Gonodactylaceus glabrous G.glabrous feeding on shore crab. The sound you hear is from implosion of the cavitation bubbles formed when the animal strike the surface of prey.
9 month old Jackson Catches and Dunks - Thanksgiving 2009 Future UW Husky Jackson Davis Williams can catch, throw and dunk (in a laundry basket ;-) at 9 months.
Rudolph the Glabrous Freshman. Our much-delayed cover of Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer. gla·brous /ˈgleɪbrəs/ [gley-bruhs] having a surface devoid of hair or pubescence.
Jackson discovers mud Dash Point State Park May 15th, 2010. Age 15 months.
Do Not Mock The Bald, The Prophet TS Headquarter : RELAX or REFUTE or REPENT or RECYCLED Thesaurus bald adjective 1 a bald head hairless, smooth, shaven, depilated; bald-headed; informal chrome-domed; technical glabrous; archaic bald-pated. ANTONYMS hairy, hirsute. 2 a few bald bushes: leafless, bare, uncovered. ANTONYMS lush, leafy. 3 the bald prairie: treeless, ***, barren. ANTONYMS lush. 4 a bald statement: plain, simple, unadorned, unvarnished, unembellished, undisguised, unveiled, stark, severe, austere, brutal, harsh; blunt, direct, forthright, plain-spoken, straight, straightforward, candid, honest, truthful, realistic, frank, outspoken; informal upfront. ANTONYMS vague.
English Words: multipurpose, chinked, ninefold, nonuple, nonuples, armless, beardless, irrelevant, Music By Aalborg Soundtracks, from Audioswap -- see from the album Aalborg Soundtracks Vol. 5, on iTunes definitions of the words: multipurpose, chinked, ninefold, nonuple, nonuples, armless, beardless, irrelevant, useless, unbodied, fortuitous, uncaused, achromic, amorphous, formless, shapeless, idleness, idling, loafing, featherless, footless, hairless, glabrous, hornless
Whiskey the hairless cat takes a stand-up poop in the toilet Whiskey manages the rare and dangerous standing poop into an open toilet bowl.
Fun clips of us and our critters Just a few fun clips of the last few years...thought you'd like it. Notice the clip in there of a French Bulldog catching a frisbee!!
bald having no hair or fur, esp (of a man) having no hair on all or most of the scalp
4 week old baby rolling over from front to back - Jackson Davis Williams Little Jackson Davis Williams started rolling over at 3 weeks, no-one believed us so we thought we'd film it. Sometimes he likes his back, sometimes he likes his front. This was taken the night before he turned four weeks.
MUNG BEAN - PREVENTION AND REVERSAL OF CANCER (1/2) Learn how the Mung bean can be used to keep you healthy and free from disease by its compounds which attack Cancer and clean out thousands of poisons from the body. Heres the list of herbs mentioned in the video: Blue Cohosh root, Baby's Breath flower, White Horehound herb, Basil herb, Thyme herb, Sage leaf, Couch Grass root, Linden flower, Mullein leaf, Marshmallow root, Solomon's Seal root, Chickweed herb, Asparagus root, Suma root, Culver's root, Fringe Tree Root bark, Cowslip root, Bittersweet stalk, Jamaican Sarsaparilla root, Rosemary leaf, White Deadnettle herb & root, Helonias root, Sea Holly root, Gravel root, Lily of the Valley herb, Hawthorn berry, Milky Oat berry, Yucca, Bright Bugleweed herb, Garden Balsam seed, Cow***le seed, White Oxknee root, Lock Yang stem, Proud Pink herb, Asian Poke root, Caper Spurge seed, Rooting Lobelia herb & root, Japanese Dogwood berry, Cherokee Rosehip, Long Yam root, Jujube berry, Sour Jujube seed, Hemsleya tuber, Lychee seed, Bush Cherry kernal, Prince Ginseng root, Vohitoikidy, Mountain Yam root, Downy Bellflower root, Mimosa bark, Popcorn Senna, Oriental Arborvitae berry, Thin-Leaf Milkwort root, Selfheal Spike, Potato Yam tuber, Field Thistle herb & root, Great Burnet root, Waxgourd seed, Snakegourd fruit, Loquat leaf, Red Spike Thorn, Prime White root, Honeylocust pod, Sichuan Fritillary bulb, Abalo, Upright Ladybell root, Know Mother root, Dwarf Lilyturf root, Horsetail herb, Centipeda herb, Pseudoginseng root, Kochia ...
Four dogs playing - French Bulldog, Boston Terrier and Two Pugs. Four Pups playing. There is a French Bulldog, Boston Terrier and Two Pugs. Best Friends. The one making the noise is Zander (Frenchies breath pretty hard).
Tulip garden in Kashmir Tulipa (Kingdom Plantae, Division Magnoliophyta, Class Liliopsida, Order Liliales, Family Liliaceae, Genus Tulipa) commonly called Tulip is a genus of about 100 species of bulbous flowering plants in the family Liliaceae. The native range of the species include southern Europe, north Africa, and Asia from Anatolia and Iran in the east to northeast of China. The centre of diversity of the genus is in the Pamir and Hindu Kush mountains and the steppes of Kazakhstan. A number of species and many hybrid cultivars are grown in gardens, used as pot plants or as fresh cut flowers. The species are perennials from bulbs, the tunicate bulbs are often produced on the ends of stolons and covered with glabrous to variously hairy papery coverings. The species include short low growing plants to tall upright plants, growing from 10 to 70 centimeters (4--27 in) tall. Plants with typically 2 to 6 leaves, with some species having up to 12 leaves. The cauline foliage is strap-shaped, waxy-coated, usually light to medium green and alternately arranged. The blades are somewhat fleshy and linear to oblong in shape. The large flowers are produced on scapes or subscapose stems normally lacking bracts. The stems have no leaves to a few leaves, with large species having some leaves and smaller species have none. Typically species have one flower per stem but a few species have up to four flowers. The colorful and attractive cup shaped flowers have three petals and three sepals, which are most ...
My Stomatopod Moments O. scyllarus G. viridis G. glabrous L. malculata Thanks for watching! .tc
Tagron's Pre-Molt Mantarid Rage! (G. glabrous) Tagron, my male G. glabrous, wastes a couple of crabs in the days leading up to his molt. He doesn't actually eat any of them, though. He just kills them and goes home. I know the videos aren't really in focus and aren't of very good quality, but the next video will be better! I have had Tagron for 2 months now. He has molted once and become quite familiar with his surroundings. Check out our Stomatopod care sheet at .tc . Thanks for watching!
Glabrous Moment 2000 It's about an art-video I made 7 years ago with video samples that I filmed upon my diploma as long as I finished a year before my career in Fine Arts.
phyllanthus emblica The tree is small to medium sized, reaching 8 to 18 m in height, with a crooked trunk and spreading branches. The branchlets are glabrous or finely pubescent, 10--20 cm long, usually deciduous; the leaves simple, subsessile and closely set along branchlets, light green, resembling pinnate leaves. The flowers are greenish-yellow. The fruit is nearly spherical, light greenish yellow, quite smooth and hard on appearance, with 6 vertical stripes or furrows.
Glabrous Assorted crazy stuff and my new song Glabrous......Google it.Thanx Mr Webster.
Binaca Sangeet Mala-12 poems -12-9-2001-36 RAINY RHAPSODY-41 All a dream, Became a reality, When did the sun go down , When did the moon come out? Life became a continuity. Till drops of rain met the earth, And sweet smells wafted through eternity I woke up to the melody, Of the pitter patter rhapsody. Close to my sensibility You breathed deeply, Igniting my passions and heady, Returnee to the desirable nectary Blooms, and kindling pastille , My shimmering muliebrity. Insufflating my spirit fleshly. This perpetual rhythm, Of season and person, Electrovalent in its proximity Together reaching the summit, And then down on the floor, Fulminating into orgasmic remit, Decoupling to fructify, From pore to pore. Glabrous silky environ, Entwines the Riley poise, Never to let go, An Indian body and soul meteoric rise, Mouth to mouth resuscitation necessitates, The reverberating soma throes of torrid torment, Till the wet prana precipitates- An insurmountable remanent, For a bonding, That is permenant.
Wall climbing robot - spibot spibots is a climbing robot on the glass and glabrous surfaces. The purpose of this research is stand alone including a vacuum pump and a power source.
leaves The surface of a leaf can be described by several botanical terms: * farinose: bearing farina; mealy, covered with a waxy, whitish powder. * glabrous: smooth, not hairy. * glaucous: with a whitish bloom; covered with a very fine, bluish-white powder. * glutinous:' sticky, viscid. * papillate, or papillose: bearing papillae (minute, nipple-shaped protuberances). * pubescent: covered with erect hairs (especially soft and short ones). * punctate: marked with dots; dotted with depressions or with translucent glands or colored dots. * rugose: deeply wrinkled; with veins clearly visible. * scurfy: covered with tiny, broad scalelike particles. * tuberculate: covered with tubercles; covered with warty prominences. * verrucose: warted, with warty outgrowths. * viscid, or viscous: covered with thick, sticky secretions.