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2014-12-09 23:10:54

It’s not too late to order custom printed holiday cards from Sunrise Digital http://www.eprint123.com/category/holiday-cards.

2014-11-25 23:15:28

With the holiday season just around the corner Sunrise Digital is happy to announce their ability to print custom holiday cards http://www.eprint123.com/category/holiday-cards.

2014-10-30 12:26:58

10 Unforgettable Toys That Will Make Play Time Imaginative, Rewarding and Fun TORONTO, Oct.

2014-10-21 16:25:43

Selects The Oh She Glows Cookbook by Angela Liddon as Book of the Year TORONTO, Oct.

2014-10-09 12:29:51

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Oct.

2014-07-06 23:02:25

Chicago-based printer Sunrise Digital is offering complete in-house variable data printing and mailing.

2014-07-02 23:11:54

Chicago-based printer, Sunrise Digital, is offering complete in-house variable data printing and mailing.

2014-05-28 23:02:57

Michelman will be featuring two new HP-recommended DigiPrime primers formulated for the HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 digital presses at Dscoop Asia being held June 12-13, 2014 in Bali, Indonesia

2014-05-27 23:04:31

High-capacity digital press produces high-quality, narrow-web labels and packaging solutions Milwaukee, Wis.


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2009-04-23 11:03:59

Blue Wild Indigo or Blue False Indigo, (Baptisia australis) is an herbaceous perennial and member of the pea family. The genus name is derivative of the ancient Greek word, bapto, which means "immerse", while the detailed name australis is Latin for "southern". Other common names include Indigo Weed, Rattleweed, Rattlebush and Horse Fly Weed. The plants' dye is regularly substituted for that of the superior dye attained from the Indigofera tinctoria, which affirms the common name "blue false...

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swell-mobsman
  • A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.
Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.