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The leaves are no longer required for their purpose during the winter months so they are dropped and replaced in Spring.
do longer holly leaves have more prickles
A rumor originating from the Discovery Channel is that Canterbury will be replaced by someone with a Special Forces background.
older the tree is the longer the leaves
Whenever the combination has been compromised or when someone leaves or is no longer to have access using the lock.
It's about the winter. The cold weather is taking longer to arrive. This leads to the trees holding their leaves longer.
Paper is usually made from plants that have longer fibers than leaves. However, leaves can be incorporated into the paper making process by adding them to the slurry, or by laying them on top of pulp before it dries.
Probably because it's more durable than soft wood - therefore it lasts longer before it needs to be replaced.
No. You will no longer be getting the correct voltage to the appliance. It should be replaced before using again.
There are many tools that computers have replaced, mainly the human. We no longer manufacture cars anymore nor do we fly aircraft. Don't think of a tool as a physical thing like a hammer rather a someone like the metal fabricator!
A plant will abscise a part either to discard a member that is no longer necessary, such as a leaf during autumn, or a flower following fertilisation, or for the purposes of reproduction. Most deciduous plants drop their leaves by abscission before winter, while evergreen plants continuously abscise their leaves