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Japanese Maple

Japanese Maple

Japanese maple trees (Acer palmatum) come in a wide variety. Japanese maples are, or course, native to Japan, in addition to Korea, Mongolia, and Russia. Read More
Banksiae Rose

Banksiae Rose

Banksiae roses, also known as Lady Banks Rose and Tombstone Rose, grow on a vine which can climb up to 20 feet tall. The flowers are white or yellow. Read More
Kings Corners Card Game

Kings Corners Card Game

In Kings Corners, Kings are played on the corners going out from the deck in diagonals. If a player has a King they must place it in one of the corners. Read More

Writer's Block

Writer's Block is when someone, typically an author, is unable to start or continue their writing. This term is often applied to any creative activity. Read More

Spaghetti Code

Spaghetti code is a slang term for a big jumble of programming code that does not have any rhyme or reason. It has no logical or consistent organization. Read More
Latitude And Longitude

Latitude And Longitude

Latitude and Longitude is a geometric coordinate system used to describe Earth's surface. Latitude is comprised of horizontal lines and longitude is vertical. Read More

Crepuscular

A crepuscular animal is mostly active during twilight, which is at both dusk and dawn. House cats, bats, bears & ocelots are an examples of crepuscular animals. Read More

Compliment Sandwich

A compliment sandwich is disapproval smashed in-between two compliments. Really it's just sugar coated criticism, but it does help to lighten the blow. Read More
ASCII Art

ASCII Art

ASCII art is the process of creating an image with only the use of text characters and symbols. The technique is similar to the newspaper halftone printing. Read More

Em Dash Vs En Dash

An em dash is slightly longer than an en dash and both are longer than any old hyphen or minus symbol. Typically the em dash is used like a comma. Read More
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