| An MGA arrives at Thoresby Park during the North Leicester MG Club's Charnwood Caper
is used in traditional medicines to cure various illnesses due to the presence of beneficial compounds.
For Critter Capers
, the mystery and the clue station activities change at each event, but visitors know they can expect a detective booklet, self-directed clue stations, and a reward at the end.
The PPG Industries Foundation previously worked with Carnegie Science Center to replicate The Great Color Caper
program with Discovery Place in Charlotte, N.C.
bush (Capparis spinosa L., Capparidaceae) has been introduced as a specialized culture in some European countries during the last four decades.
grow wild all over Mediterranean, their pretty pink and white flowers seem to appear overnight from the most inhospitable of rocky clefts.
Ladbrokes also top the market at 4-1 with Karen's Caper
, who won the Nell Gwyn Stakes at Newmarket earlier in the month on what was her first turf start after two previous outings on the allweather.
All this is by way of drawing attention to what does seem to have established itself as at least a minor genre in the last few years of Australian film: the caper
The primary generic context of Between Friends is not the Western, however, but the heist or caper
' is published by 1stBooks Library and is available now in e-book and paperback formats.
He was complaining that, although he followed a certain recipe to the letter, he was unable to taste the capers
in the finished dish.
, MD, of Dartmouth Medical School describes this lack of professional accountability as an "epidemic timidity" characteristic of doctors and hospitals who "resist taking systematic responsibility for the social implications of their clinical decisions."  Physicians do what they feel comfortable with because of their training and experience.
Edgar Allan Caper
, KFC Guam's marketing director, bagged the coveted Agora for Outstanding Achievement in Overseas Marketing during the 39th Agora Awards held last month.
Joyce Burnham, via email A That looks like the caper
spurge - it's a euphorbia whose seeds resemble capers
but are, like the rest of the plant, poisonous.
Dan Krall's THE GREAT LOLLIPOP CAPER
(9781442444607, $16.99) tells of a happy lollipop and the sour acidic Mr.