Critique: A deftly crafted and tremendously entertaining read from beginning to end, "The Lonesome
Trials of Johnny Riles" documents author Gregory Hill's impressive storytelling talents and will prove to be an enduringly popular addition to community library collections.
It started with The Lonesome
Fire delivering The Beatles' Sgt Pepper.
Because Yakima Valley is somewhat cooler, and Lonesome
Spring has excellent air drainage, our Muscadelle retains wonderful natural acidity.
Shack's new 10-track album, "More Primitive,'' is the group's first for Alive Naturalsound Records, the label that discovered the Black Keys and released that now platinum-selling group's first album.
This additional expansion of our Bakken NGL Pipeline will allow us to transport additional NGL volumes from the Lonesome
Creek plant to our Mid-Continent NGL infrastructure.
With no offspring and no known individuals from his subspecies left, Lonesome
George became known as the rarest creature in the world.
George was believed to be the last living member of the Pinta island subspecies and had become an ambassador of sorts for the islands off Ecuador's coast whose unique flora and fauna helped inspire Charles Darwin's ideas on evolution.
The financing package consists of USD50m of bonds issued by the New Mexico Renewable Energy Transmission Authority (NMRETA), with proceeds loaned to the High Lonesome
project, and USD25.
But the 39 tortoises released last month are not the same breed as Lonesome
George--they were sterilized before being released.
the magazine reported about Lonesome
George, a giant tortoise that was the last one of his kind.
3 : sad from being alone : lonesome
<a lonely child>
Loveless in a Lonesome
World" is a collection of poetry from Patricia C.
298) refers to Lonesome
George, the Galapagos tortoise, as "misanthropic"--meaning a hater of people.
It's far enough out to feel lonesome
, but close enough to civilization to sample some of the best ditches to ever drain the Rocky Mountains.