Origin of the Name Saskatchewan: The name for the province of Saskatchewan comes from the Cree, who called the Saskatchewan River “Kisiskatchewani Sipi,” meaning swiftly flowing river. (x)
Now you know who to blame for making it difficult to label maps nicely.
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When your hair soaks up water, the overall density of your hair increases. This increase in density causes your hair fibers to be arranged more tightly, which allows less light to shine through your hair fibers.
shine bright like less dense hair fibers
"The Zapper really only consisted of two working parts: The trigger, and a photodiode. When the trigger is pulled, the photodiode kicks into gear, recording light levels from your television screen (usually, at least.) Once the NES realized you were firing, the entire screen would go black for a single frame. On the next frame, the area your target duck was in flashed white. If the photodiode registered the change from black to white, that meant you were pointing the gun in the right direction. For multiple targets, multiple target frames flash in sequence, telling the game which target was hit."
Aphids are small insects that suck sap from leaves, twigs, stems, or roots. Because of this they are sometimes called “plant lice. Woolly aphids prefer to suck sap from the woody stems of plants, rather than the foliage.
Aphids are a garden pest and can cause some damage to plants. This is caused by their sap-sucking and also by their secretion of “honeydew.” This can attract other pests (ants, flies, wasps), stunt plant growth, transmit plant viruses, and cause the deformation of leaves, buds, flowers, etc.