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Atlanta metropolitan area

in its native range, and is easily identified by the fact that it turns fiery red in early October, much brighter and weeks earlier than most other trees (which usually peak in early November). Shrubby plants include blackberry, horsechestnut, sumac, and sometimes hawthorn (Crataegus). Virginia creeper (Parthenocissus quinquefolia), poison ivy (poison-ivy (plant)), and briar (Smilax) are common vines. The Confederate Yellow Daisy is a wildflower native only


Wales

those involved did not know what a panther should look like; but, in some instances, this was due to cultural influences. In Germany in particular, the panther is often depicted in heraldry as a creature with four horns, cow's ears and a fiery red tongue. An example of the former is the coat-of-arms of the city of Cres, Croatia. Pocock''' (born '''Patrick Ian Pocock''', 24 September 1946, Bangor, Gwynedd Bangor , then Caernarvonshire now Gwynedd, Wales) WikiPedia:Wales Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom Wales commons:Wales - Cymru


Washington, D.C.

''. January 7, 2008. Hatelberg, John Nels. "The Hope Diamond phosphoresces a fiery red color when exposed to ultraviolet light". Smithsonian Institution. It is classified as a Type IIb diamond (Diamond type), and is notorious for supposedly being cursed. It has a long recorded history with few gaps in which it changed hands numerous times on its


Italy

pants and drive light-blue-painted cars with "POLIZIA" written on the side. The Carabinieri are the national gendarmerie, and are found in the smaller communities, as well as in the cities; they wear very dark blue uniforms with fiery red vertical stripes on their pants and drive similarly colored cars. There is no real distinction between the roles of these two major police forces: both can intervene, investigate, and prosecute in the same way. The Guardia di Finanza is a police force


India

: newsdesk.si.edu images_full images museums nmnh Hope_Diamond red%20hope%20diamond.jpg The Hope Diamond phosphoresces a fiery red color when exposed to ultraviolet light ". Smithsonian Institution. It is classified as a Type IIb diamond (Diamond type), and is notorious for supposedly being cursed. It has a long recorded history with few gaps in which it changed hands numerous times on its way from India to France to United Kingdom of Great Britain


France

UV Light Makes Hope Diamond Glow Red ". ''ABC News''. January 7, 2008. Hatelberg, John Nels. "The Hope Diamond phosphoresces a fiery red color when exposed to ultraviolet light". Smithsonian Institution. It is classified as a Type IIb diamond (Diamond type), and is notorious for supposedly being cursed. It has a long recorded history


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