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  • Now, barren is giving way to urban-cramped in my little freezer compartment.
  • The area around West Mount Barren is often burnt out by bush fires.
  • The Pine Barrens is at risk from increasing development and suburbanization in the area.
  • However, the Black Dog of the Pine Barren is often considered a harmless spirit.
  • The Barrens is a small tract of land still heavily covered in trees and plant life.
  • West Mount Barren is accessible by an unsealed road suitable for 2WD vehicles that runs off Pabelup Drive.
  • The barren is proved fruitful ".
  • Of the tropical hardwood hammock types addressed here, the upland coastal rock barren is the most threatened by development.
  • The only venomous snake in the New Jersey Pine Barrens is the timber rattlesnake, which is a state-listed endangered species.
  • The Pine Barrens is home to at least 850 species of plants, of which 92 are considered threatened and endangered.
  • In its easternmost sections, Suffolk County remains semi-rural, as in Pine Barrens is a preserved pine forest encompassing much of eastern Suffolk County.
  • Coastal rock barren is a rare community occurring in tiny patches in the Florida Keys ( FNAI and Florida Department of Natural Resources 1990 ).
  • The Pine Barrens is home to at least 39 species of mammals, over 300 species of birds, 59 reptile and amphibian species, and 91 fish species.
  • The vegetation surrounding West Mount Barren is best described as scrub-heath with many types of shrubs that thrive in the lateritic sand, often in rocky situations.
  • Equally barren is the claim that states hold the term-limits power under the 10th Amendment, which reserves " to the states respectively, or to the people " powers otherwise not mentioned in the Constitution.
  • It has kept him from playing in the field and running the bases, but Dodgers officials believe he won't need to go on the disabled list . . . . How barren is the Dodgers'minor-league system?
  • The ecology of serpentine barrens is poorly understood : the evolution of plants adapted to such areas and the relationship between the soil geology and ecology, particularly the ways in which plants handle high concentrations of metals such as nickel, is largely unexplored.
  • That big Russian veteran from the war in Chechnya, for example, who emerged from a car trunk and disappeared, bleeding from a head wound, into the snow of the New Jersey Pine Barrens is not lurking in Chase's subconscious ready to exact revenge against Tony's soldiers.
  • They marched him into the snow to dig his own grave and laughed at him for being poorly dressed in winter, but Valery yelled in his native Russian that the Pine Barrens is nothing compared to the Russian tundra, then attacked an overconfident Paulie and Christopher with the shovel they gave him to dig with and escaped.