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Excerpt from A Report on Plant Diseases of the State Black Rot. This is another destructive disease, causing the fruit to rot and cankers on the branches. The young growth is some times killed, the twigs then resembling those attacked by the twig blight, for which it may be mistaken. The disease was found on apple leaves at Wellsburg. The black rot is similar to the bitter rot in general appearance, except that instead of the masses of pinkish spores that break through the skin in the case of bitter rot, there are small black bodies imbedded under the Skin in the case of'black rot. The shrunken and shriveled apples often remain on the trees for a year or more. This disease has been very destructive to quinces in several parts of the State. At a number of places where it was found on quinces, it was also found on apples near by. The same treatment is recommended as for bitter rot. It is possible that the black rot might be controlled to some extent when it is found on quinces by picking the rotting fruit before the Spores have developed and become distributed. On apples this might not be feasible on account of the size of the trees. Canker. The cankers are the dead and shrunken areas occasionally found on the branches and trunk. They are due to a number of causes. (see under Bitter Rot and Black Rot.) One of the common ones found in old orchards is known as the Illinois Canker. It may be recognized by the black round bodies that push through the dead bark on the branches and trunk. These bodies are sometimes nearly one-fourth of an inch in diameter, and attached to the wood, so that when they are broken off, a black ring remains. Keeping the cankers and dead branches cut out should prove effective. Crown Gall. This has been reported as occurring on nursery stock shipped into the State. Several specimens of the disease have been received at the Experiment Station. It would be well to burn all infected stock, such as apple, pear, peach, cherry, raspberry and blackberry, that have hard, irregular, rough swellings on the crowns or roots, in order to prevent the introduction of the disease. The swellings or galls are sometimes covered With a large number of roots. A similar disease is produced by an insect called the woolly aphis. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.


John Holmes - 2826773027

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John Holmes BearManor Media

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(This is the second, expanded edition.) Most people might, understandably, predict that the world's first porn star was a woman, but they would be wrong. John Curtis Holmes was just a simple country boy from Ohio when he moved to California in 1964. It was the infancy of hardcore, so in Holmes' wildest dreams, he could not have predicted the turbulent ride on which he had embarked by publicizing his private parts. With the fame he achieved by playing his most famous character - a gun toting detective named Johnny Wadd - came money. Holmes was pleased to spend it on his wife and mistresses, but soon was in over his head after he became addicted to cocaine. Unfortunately for Holmes, in the years that followed, his addiction led him into several desperate choices - including setting up a robbery at the home of Ed Nash, a powerful L.A. nightclub owner. The robbery resulted in one of the most gruesome, unsolved, multiple-murders in Hollywood history. Amazingly, before his untimely death in 1988, Holmes regained his momentum, remarried and rebuilt his life and career. However, the grave consequences of his addiction, his association with the Wonderland murders, and his AIDS-related death made him an infamous figure in pop culture. Digging past the stigmas, John Holmes: A Life Measured in Inches - the first biography about John C. Holmes - unearths the human being behind the penis and proves that there was more to him than could be measured in inches. This biography includes material from the authors' new interviews with: Laurie Holmes, Bill Amerson, Bob Chinn, Julia St. Vincent, Detective Tom Lange, Detective Frank Tomlinson, Paul Thomas, Ron Jeremy, Seka, Marilyn Chambers, Candida Royalle, Rhonda Jo Petty, Dr. Sharon Mitchell, Bill Margold, and many others! John Holmes: A Life Measured in Inches also includes 114 reviews of John's most notable feature films, 86 loops synopses, 3 photos sections with rare nudes, and a 21 page comprehensive filmography. "The tree of life represents the roots of man. The branches are the different directions a man can take, live or exist. When you're dead, those that you leave behind will put you in a part of that tree. It represents what was, what is and what will be. It's eternal." -- John Holmes


Encyclopaedia Medica, Vol. 5 - 2847577029

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Encyclopaedia Medica, Vol. 5 Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from Encyclopćdia Medica, Vol. 5: Herpes to Jaws It occurs in both sexes, and is generally stated to be most frequent between the ages of 3 and 20, the maximum incidence being between the ages of 12 and 13; but older people are by no means exempt, and in them the symptoms are apt to be severe. Although the disease often occurs in persons in robust health, general debility acts as a predisposing cause, as also - as first pointed out by Hutchinson - does arsenic when taken over long periods of time; but that arsenic is only an indirect cause is clearly shown by the small number who are affected out of the multitude who take the drug. Herpes zoster may be symptomatic, and, as such, is seen in certain diseases of the nervous system, as tabes dorsalis and myelitis; in the latter the eruption often corresponds to the upper level of the anćsthesia. Chronic peripheral irritation, e.g. caries of a rib or nerve injuries, will also sometimes give rise to attacks, which in such cases may be recurrent. The disease is probably of a specific nature, as shown by its acute onset, definite course, the infrequency of second attacks, and by the fact that it often recurs in distinct epidemics. Head considers it an acute inflammatory affection of the posterior root ganglia, analogous to that of the cells of the anterior cornua in acute anterior poliomyelitis. Symptoms and Course. - An attack of herpes zoster is usually ushered in with general feelings of malaise and a rise of temperature, which, in children, may reach 102° F.; superadded to these symptoms being acute pain and hyperćsthesia over the nerve area subsequently to be affected. In children the amount of pain may be slight or nil. The date of the appearance of the eruption is variable, but it usually appears at earliest two or three days after the first symptoms have shown themselves. The eruption appears first as an erythematous patch or patches, upon which numbers of small vesicles develop within a few hours. This outbreak follows the distribution of the nerve-fibres of the posterior roots, and is most intense where the main branches come to the surface, the patches being frequently oval, their long axis parallel to the subjacent nerve. The characteristic distribution is most typically shown in a case of intercostal herpes, in which one group of vesicles will often be seen near the spine over the spot where the posterior primary branch of the posterior root comes to the surface; another close to the axillary line over the site of the lateral branch of the anterior primary division; and a third group near the mid-line marking the termination of the anterior primary branch. There is no uniformity as to the order in which these maxima of intensity are affected, but as a rule the first patch to evolve is that nearest the nerve centre. The eruption is always most intense at these spots, and the intervals between them may or may not be filled up according to the severity of the attack. The right side is, curiously enough, much more commonly affected than the left. The corresponding lymphatic glands are almost always enlarged and tender, and may be so affected before the appearance of the eruption. The eruption may continue to appear in crops extending over a week, or even longer, or it may be fully developed in two days; in the former case it appears early in the disease, and its evolution is accompanied by persistent pyrexia and malaise; in the latter it usually denotes the termination of the pyrexial period, and may be regarded as a "critical" phenomenon. The initial lesions are erythematous patches, upon which papules and small vesicles rapidly form, which by coalescence may form comparatively large blebs. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.for


Glee: The Music, The - 2839317323

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Glee: The Music, The Columbia


1. We Are Young (Glee Cast Version) 2. Edge Of Glory (Glee Cast Version) 3. I Won't Give Up (Glee Cast Version) 4. We Are The Champions (Glee Cast Version) 5. School's Out (Glee Cast Version) 6. I Was Here (Glee Cast Version) 7. I'll Remember (Glee Cast Version) 8. You Get What You Give (Glee Cast Version) 9. Not The End (Glee Cast Version) 10. Roots Before Branches (Glee Cast Version) 11. Glory Days (Glee Cast Version) 12. Forever Young (Glee Cast Version) 13. Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) (Glee Cast Versi


The Distance Runner - 2839201224

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The Distance Runner hat OLOGY


1. The Loneliness Of A Long Distance Runner: Mind And 2. Colors: Red, Gray, Yellow 3. Petite Fleur 4. The Tree: Roots, Limbs, Branches 5. Mother; Father 6. Time Immemorial: Before Then, Now, After 7. Peace On Earth


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