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  3. Jun 20,  · Conflict Poetry - Poppies by Jane Weir. 10 customer reviews. Author: Created by DoctorGonzo. Preview. Created: Jun 20, Annotation, notes on context / structure / rhythm. Originally cobbled together by a colleague and now edited by me. Share the joy! Read more. Free. Loading Save for later.
  4. Poppies brings in d'Haubry, creator of delicious French Macarons. From this year on, they will be sold under the brand “Macarons de Pauline and d'Haubry”. Initially only sold at ambient temperatures by d'Haubry, the Poppies team created the recipe for frozen macarons which were a perfect addition to our existing range of frozen desserts.
  5. A smattering of our sound slab selections for the slid-away ' SCOTT McDOWELL (The Long Rally, Fridays 9-Noon) C S Yeh - Transitions (De Stijl) Muscles of Joy - Muscles of Joy (Watts of Goodwill) Vanessa Rossetto - Exotic Exit.
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  7. Probably very interesting to collectors of that genre.[JF] Philosophic Collage St. Louis - Genius / Planned Obsolescence // Toxic Poppies / Headline Deadline 7" American Aesthetic Industries TS/, PS BDR #7, PS Good art/wave/punk.[BD] Screamin' Mee-Mees St. Louis - Live From The Basement! 7" Dog Face DFEP, PS Bag Of.
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