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  • Bluestem-grama prairie covers the finer textured soils characteristic of most of the province.

    Great Plains Steppe and Shrub Province (Bailey)

  • Bluestem is the principal grass throughout the region.

    Prairie Parkland (Subtropical) Province (Bailey)

  • His books include A Wren, which won the 1989 Bluestem Award for Poetry, A Stone that Will Leap over Waves (1999), and his latest, Signs Following (2005).

    Ger Killeen

  • “Three species of native grasses — Prairie Dropseed, Little Bluestem, and Pennsylvania Sedge — and three species of wildflowers — Wild Lupine, Butterfly Weed, and Rough Blazing Star — create a uniform, but changing field of color and texture throughout the year.”

    Scorched Earth

  • Such superior restaurants now dot the American map from the traditionally gastronomic coasts and Chicago to flyover cities (Bluestem in Kansas City or Heartland in St. Paul).

    Gulf Dining Bounces Back

  • The Central and Southern Mixed Grasslands corresponds to Omernik ecoregion 27 (Central Plains Grasslands) and most of Küchler units 62 (Bluestem-grama prairie) and 76 (Mesquite-buffalograss).

    Central and Southern mixed grasslands

  • Walk to Bluestem books, eat at Schlotzsky's, sit in Sheldon's sculpture garden and read, take in a movie, then check out the other bookstores.

    Becoming Caffeinated

  • Well, yeah, but I had never found a hardback Richard Laymon down here and can I help it that Bluestem had a sale on books pretaining to Marie?

    September 10th, 2001

  • Initially, nine companies had planned to go public last week, but Bluestem Brands decided to postpone its offering.

    MarketWatch.com - Top Stories

  • Eden Prairie-based Bluestem Brands could become Minnesota's next public company as early as this week.

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