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2014-06-11 08:25:11

Video is part of ADP's 'Power of Yellow' campaign to share facts about the value of phone books for consumers and advertisers. TRAVERSE CITY, Mich., June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Walking fingers take on mobile phone fans in "Cellphone v. Phone Book - Which Is Faster?", a new video being released today by the Association of Directory Publishers (ADP) as part of its Power of Yellow(TM) campaign, highlighting the value of printed telephone directories for advertisers and consumers....

2013-08-31 23:02:35

First Nick Painting Company in Somerville provides some tips to keep in mind when choosing colors for interior painting projects. Somerville, Masschusetts (PRWEB) August 31, 2013 When it comes to painting the inside of a home, most homeowners are split into one of two groups. There are those who know exactly what they want done and how they want their different rooms to look. Then, there are those that are completely lost as to how they want things to look when they are done. Some will...

2012-12-17 05:01:07

“Global Trade Analysis of Yellow Phosphorus” is the latest addition to market research reports library of ReportsnReports.com. Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) December 17, 2012 Yellow phosphorus is a kind of basic chemical, and it is also a sort of high energy consumption and pollution product. Most developed countries have stopped producing yellow phosphorus. Therefore, a great deal of yellow phosphorus has to be transported from origins to destinations. Then, the global trade of yellow...

Yellow-cedar Are Dying In Alaska: Scientists Now Know Why
2012-02-02 05:00:32

Yellow-cedar, a culturally and economically valuable tree in southeastern Alaska and adjacent parts of British Columbia, has been dying off across large expanses of these areas for the past 100 years. But no one could say why–until now. "The cause of tree death, called yellow-cedar decline, is now known to be a form of root freezing that occurs during cold weather in late winter and early spring, but only when snow is not present on the ground," explains Pacific Northwest Research...

They Call It 'Guppy Love'
2011-11-25 04:34:35

UCLA biologists solve an evolution mystery Guppies in the wild have evolved over at least half-a-million years – long enough for the males' coloration to have changed dramatically. Yet a characteristic orange patch on male guppies has remained remarkably stable, though it could have become redder or more yellow. Why has it stayed the same hue of orange over such a long period of time? Because that's the color female guppies prefer. "Sometimes populations have to evolve just to...

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2011-02-14 14:45:00

Scientists have identified why the bright yellows in Vincent van Gogh's paintings have turned brown. They say that a complex chemical reaction is behind the deterioration of the works. The new finding is a first step in understanding how to stop some of van Gogh's most famous paintings from fading over time. The results suggest shielding the affected paintings as much as possible from UV and sunlight. Scientists had to use an array of analytical tools in order to uncover the secrets of...

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2011-01-05 11:52:49

As every middle-school child knows, in the process of photosynthesis, plants take the sun's energy and convert it to electrical energy. Now a Tel Aviv University team has demonstrated how a member of the animal kingdom, the Oriental hornet, takes the sun's energy and converts it into electric power "” in the brown and yellow parts of its body "” as well. "The interesting thing here is that a living biological creature does a thing like that," says physicist Prof. David Bergman of...


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Yellow-tipped Tigertail, Choristhemis flavoterminata
2013-07-30 13:52:06

The yellow-tipped tigertail (Choristhemis flavoterminata) is species of dragonfly that is native to Queensland, Australia. This species prefers to reside in warm, moist habitats near bodies of water like rivers. The yellow-tipped tigertail reaches an average body length of 1.8 inches and holds a long, thin abdomen. The end of the body holds a bright yellow spot and the wings are light brown in color with a brown spot. Larvae are described as slightly hairy and are light brown or gray in...

Yellow-headed Caracara, Milvago chimachima
2012-12-28 12:54:53

The Yellow-headed Caracara is a bird of prey belonging to the Falconidae family. It’s found in tropical and subtropical South America and the southern part of Central America. Not like falcons in the same family, the caracara is not a fast-flying aerial hunter, but it is rather sluggish and often gets food by scavenging. The caracara is 16 to 18 inches long and weighs 11.5 ounces on average. Just like many other birds of prey, the females are larger than the males, weighing 11 to 13...

Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby, Petrogale xanthopus
2012-10-27 16:07:37

The yellow-footed rock wallaby (Petrogale xanthopus) is a marsupial that is native to Australia. Its range includes eastern areas of Australia, western areas of New South Wales, northwestern Victoria, and a few areas of Queensland. It prefers a habitat within rocky areas, where it is safer than other species of wallaby from predators. It can reach an average height of 23.6 inches and a weight between 15.4 and 28.7 pounds. It is typically greyish brown in color with a yellow tail, feet, and...

Yellow-Nosed Cotton Rat, Sigmodon ochrognathus
2012-07-20 10:57:52

The yellow-nosed cotton rat (Sigmodon ochrognathus) has a range that extends from eastern Sierra Madre Occidental into the central areas of Durango. Its western range includes western Coahuila, located in Mexico, and it occurs from New Mexico to Arizona. It has a fragmented range in the deserts of Mesa del Norte, located in Trans-Pecos Texas. The yellow-nosed cotton rat appears on the IUCN Red List with a conservation status of “Least Concern”. Image Caption: Picture of a Sigmodon...

Yellow-winged Bat, Lavia frons
2012-05-23 13:48:28

The yellow-winged bat (Lavia frons) is a species of false vampire bat. It can be found in Africa, and its range consists of much of mid-Africa including Benin, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Gabon, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, and Zambia. It will roost in many habitats at elevations less than 6,561 feet. It prefers to roost near bodies of water in acacia trees and thorn bushes, but it may be seen roosting in buildings or tree hollows. It will have two roosts...

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Word of the Day
monteith
  • A large punch-bowl of the eighteenth century, usually of silver and with a movable rim, and decorated with flutings and a scalloped edge. It was also used for cooling and carrying wine-glasses.
  • A kind of cotton handkerchief having white spots on a colored ground, the spots being produced by a chemical which discharges the color.
This word is possibly named after Monteith (Monteigh), 'an eccentric 17th-century Scotsman who wore a cloak scalloped at the hem.'
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