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2014-10-29 08:41:05

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2014-10-01 12:37:07

Highlands sees immediate benefits after installing CM-18 cash recyclers. MEBANE, N.C., Oct.

2014-09-22 12:36:12

The Triad Business Journal honors ARCA at ceremony MEBANE, N.C., Sept.

2014-07-25 08:23:39

ARCA and Yodlee partner with Bank Innovators Council and Innovation Cafe to facilitate dialogue around challenges bankers face MEBANE, N.C., July 25, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ARCA,

2014-01-22 08:23:28

ARCA and CTS Cashpro respond to customer demand by establishing North American assembly line MEBANE, N.C., Jan.


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Noah's Ark Shell, Arca noae
2013-04-16 21:35:39

Arca Noae, also known as the Noah’s Ark shell, is a species of bivalve mollusk within the family of Arcidae. It’s found in the Mediterranean Sea along with the Adriatic Sea from low tide mark to a depth of about 200 feet. The shell of this species grows to about 4 inches in length. It’s shortened at the anterior end and elongated at the posterior end. It is normally striped in brown and white and has fine sculptured ribs running from the umbones to the margin. The hinge is straight...

Turkey Wing Ark Clam, Arca zebra
2013-04-16 21:32:14

Arca zebra, known also as the turkey wing ark clam, is a bivalve mollusk within the family Arcidae, the ark clams. This species can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from North Carolina to the West Indies and Bermuda. It attaches itself to rocks or other hard substrates in shallow water with byssus threads. The shell of this species is boldly striped in brown and white which gives it the look of the wing off of a wild turkey. The whole shell has also been said...

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Word of the Day
plim
  • To swell, as grain or wood with water.
The word 'plim' is probably a variant of the word 'plum'.
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