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  • n. Plural form of Tropic.


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  • The Unexpected Death of Blinky Palermo in the Tropics is the title of a typically blustering painting by Julian Schnabel, which fed the Palermo myth (founded on the idea that Palermo was an “artist’s artist”) and didn’t do Schnabel’s reputation any harm either.

    Hello Blinky Palermo

  • The circles E F, and G H, are called the Tropics, beyond which the sun never moves.

    A Museum for Young Gentlemen and Ladies Or, a Private Tutor for Little Masters and Misses

  • The Tropics are a first-year team and have had some impressive results to get to the finals, but they will need to put together a complete game to secure the win against CRSLax. com.

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  • Plant breeders from Sao Paulo and Brasilia independently collected seeds and developed varieties called 'Tropics' and 'Brasilia.'

    2: Vegetables and small fruits in the tropics

  • In general, this is true of the area located between the two tropics, i.e. in the geographic region referred to as the "Tropics".

    3. The agricultural setting

  • "Tropics," she snorted, her mandibles clacking angrily.

    Orphan Star

  • A Night in the Tropics is a very surreal and powerful story which is a showcase of Ford’s ability to capture the everyday life of his characters.

    The Empire of Ice Cream

  • Corruption no longer visible when viewing Unigine "Tropics" demo

    Voodoo Extreme

  • "Tropics" centers on a family of cigar rollers whose lives are changed by the power of literature.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • For the 'Tropics' are where some of the most eminent virologists and micribiologists in the field say is the place where the killer virus will emerge.

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