eremophila forrestii, commonly known as wilcox bush is a flowering plant in the figwort family, scrophulariaceae and is endemic to australia. it is a many-branched shrub with its branches, leaves and sepals densely-covered with a thick layer of greyish or yellowish hairs giving the plant a felty appearance.
bromide is a town in coal and johnston counties in the u.s. state of oklahoma.the population was 165 at the 2010 census. the area around bromide was noted for its mineral springs, and the bromide content of the water gave the town its name. it was also noted for limestone quarrying and the potential to produce manganese.proposals to promote economic growth from these assets never materialized.
mimetes saxatilis or limestone pagoda is an evergreen, upright, rarely branching shrub of 1–2¼ m 3⅓–7¼ ft high, assigned to the family proteaceae.the approximately oval leaves are 3½–5 cm 1.4–2.0 in long and 1½–3 cm 0.6–1.2 in wide with a blunt, thickened, reddish tip or with three crowded teeth.
this is a list of the national register of historic places listings in rock county, wisconsin.it is intended to provide a comprehensive listing of entries in the national register of historic places that are located in rock county, wisconsin.the locations of national register properties for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below may be seen in a map.
as the only major steel maker not harmed during the war, the united states iron and steel industry reached its maximum world importance during and just after world war ii. in 1945, the us produced 67% of the world's pig iron, and 72% of the steel. by comparison, 2014 percentages were 2.4% of the pig iron, and 5.3% of the steel production.
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