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  • Yields in the region may be pared by as much as 15 percent by a fungus disease known as Frogeye Leaf Spot, Tomas Parenti, an agronomist at the Rosario Cereals Exchange, said on Dec. 21.

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  • Lomo's new underwater Frogeye is low tech, low stress, and high fun.

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  • Besides the flip-book, the Frogeye comes chock-full of extras, like a roll of 35mm film, a neoprene carrying case, a mini-blower to keep it dry and sand-free -- even batteries.

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  • The Frogeye ($75; lomography. com) is sturdy for a Lomo and features an automatic flash and film advance (most Lomos are manual).

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  • Frogeye Sprite ... 1959 British car 4.04 Ford Custom Station ... around 1950 4.14

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  • Foliar diseases such as frogeye, brown spot, anthracnose and soybean rust - Frogeye is more prevalent in Tennessee than most other states, Newman says.

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  • Affectionate name for the Austin Healey Mark I Sprite, manufactured from 1958-1961. This diminutive British automobile was so named for its distinctive headlamps. Almost 49,000 were made.

    June 15, 2010