Read what I said closely. low yield. limited rate.
"Great" is used as an ironic superlative.
GMO produce lower yield, with great rate-limiting through seed-reuse prohibition.
Some students and immigrant-rights activists are angry about Florida Atlantic University's announcement on Tuesday that it would rename its football stadium for a prison company in recognition of a $6-million gift from its charitable foundation. The gift came from the GEO Group, a company that owns or operates a global chain of prisons and detention centers, including one about 10 miles from the stadium.
Following a 6 year approval battle, the USDA fully deregulated Monsanto's Roundup Ready alfalfa in January 2011.
A week later, they partially deregulated GM sugar beets. This occurred despite Secretary of Agriculture's Tom Vilsack's knowledge of a stark warning letter by Dr. Don M. Huber, Emeritus Professor of Plant Pathology, Purdue University two weeks prior, who found a link between the modified organisms and the proliferation of the new pathogen.
"Moody's stripped the country of its coveted top-notch triple-A rating, dealing a major blow to finance minister George Osborne."
You never been to the RSA after-parties that I have, then...
"The tiny northeast Indian state of Meghalaya has a special fascination for interesting and sometimes controversial names, and the ballot for state elections Saturday is proof.
Among the 345 contestants running for the state assembly are Frankenstein Momin, Billykid Sangma, Field Marshal Mawphniang and Romeo Rani. Some, like Kenedy Marak, Kennedy Cornelius Khyriem and Jhim Carter Sangma, are clearly hoping for the electoral success of their namesake American presidents.
It's not effective, just cathartic.
Freedom fighters can't do this? True, unless they're Jewish.
Then? They can bomb hotels full of Brits, or whatever they really want to.
Get Deepak CHOPRA!
Don't actually exist!
AmeriKa's future: Everyone a target.
"You tweachewous miscweant!" -- Elmer Fudd