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    champagne
  • A pale cream or straw color
  • a region of northeastern France
  • a white sparkling wine either produced in Champagne or resembling that produced there
  • Champagne is a commune in the Sarthe department in the region of Pays-de-la-Loire in north-western France.
  • A white sparkling wine associated with celebration and regarded as a symbol of luxury, typically that made in the Champagne region of France
    by post
  • You can post your order to us at the address below and please be sure to include your name, address and contact numbers with your order. If paying by cheque please note that the parts will not be sent until the funds have cleared. Cheques should be made payable to Streamline carbon UK Ltd.
    flowers
  • Induce (a plant) to produce flowers
  • (of a plant) Produce flowers; bloom
  • Be in or reach an optimum stage of development; develop fully and richly
  • (flower) reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
  • (flower) bloom: produce or yield flowers; "The cherry tree bloomed"
  • (flower) a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
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The Post-Traumatic Insomnia Workbook: A Step-by-Step Program for Overcoming Sleep Problems After Trauma
The Post-Traumatic Insomnia Workbook: A Step-by-Step Program for Overcoming Sleep Problems After Trauma
Difficult and traumatic life experiences affect our lives in unexpected ways and can even change the way we sleep. In fact, up to 75 percent of all people who have experienced abuse, violence, or traumatic incidents have sleeping problems after these events, even after all other trauma-related symptoms have diminished. If you've experienced these problems for yourself, The Post-Traumatic Insomnia Workbook is for you.
This workbook is based in cognitive behavioral therapy, a powerful approach that has been proven to be more effective over the long run than sleeping pills. Included are easy tips and techniques you can start doing right away to help you sleep better. You'll learn a variety of relaxation and sleep-scheduling skills that will help you put an end to broken sleep, the need to stay on high alert throughout the night, and sleep-sabotaging habits you may have developed. Why spend another night lying awake? Find the root cause of your restless nights and rediscover peaceful sleep.
This workbook will help you:
Understand what's keeping you awake at night
De-stress your bedroom and create a safe space for sleep
Learn powerful relaxation techniques for calming your body and mind before bed
Cope with trauma-related nightmares

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Champagne
Champagne
[01-01-2009, je remonte le champagne de la cave. Il est un peu tot pour les Francais de l'hexagone, je le sais, mais ils en prendront plus tard.] [27-12-2008] Il est temps de ressortir le champagne, j'aurais du y penser avant Noel. Joyeuses fetes de fin d'annee ! [26-10-2008] Je deboucherais bien une bouteille de champagne pour feter le debut des vacances. Dommage qu'il n'y en ait pas a la maison... (Photo prise a Bordeaux.)
Champagne
Champagne
Only sparkling wine made in the Champagne region according to strict standards may be called champagne. All champagne is produced from one or a blend of chardonnay, pinot noir or pinot meunier grapes.

flowers and champagne by post
flowers and champagne by post
House/Garden/Nation: Space, Gender, and Ethnicity in Post-Colonial Latin American Literatures by Women (Post-Contemporary Interventions)
How ironic, the author thought on learning of the Sandinista’s electoral defeat, that at its death the Revolutionary State left Woman, Violeta Chamorro, located at the center. The election signaled the end of one transition and the beginning of another, with Woman somewhere on the border between the neo-liberal and marxist projects. It is such transitions that Ileana Rodriguez takes up here, unraveling their weave of gender, ethnicity, and nation as it is revealed in literature written by women.
In House/Garden/Nation the narratives of five Centro-Caribbean writers illustrate these times of transition: Dulce Maria Loynaz, from colonial rule to independence in Cuba; Jean Rhys, from colony to commonwealth in Dominica; Simone Schwarz-Bart, from slave to free labor in Guadeloupe; Gioconda Belli, from oligarchic capitalism to social democratic socialism in Nicaragua; and Teresa de la Parra, from independence to modernity in Venezuela. Focusing on the nation as garden, hacienda, or plantation, Rodriguez shows us these writers debating the predicament of women under nation formation from within the confines of marriage and home.
In reading these post-colonial literatures by women facing the crisis of transition, this study highlights urgent questions of destitution, migration, exile, and inexperience, but also networks of value allotted to women: beauty, clothing, love. As a counterpoint on issues of legality, policy, and marriage, Rodriguez includes a chapter on male writers: Jose Eustacio Rivera, Omar Cabezas, and Romulo Gallegos. Her work presents a sobering picture of women at a crossroads, continually circumscribed by history and culture, writing their way.

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