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Not All Poly Lumber Are (Environmentally) Equal

Posted Tuesday 6th October 2009 at 07:30 by polypolly
Plastic lumber was introduced to the marketplace in the late 1980s. The term “plastic lumber”, also referred to as “poly-lumber”, envelops a wide range of products derived from numerous materials. The type of plastic used, the amount of recycled content, recyclability of the end products, additives used, and intended applications create this differentiation. Environmentally-friendly consumers may be attracted to poly lumber as an alternative to wood and the devastating ecological effects that...
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From The Fields Of Annagloor

Posted Tuesday 6th October 2009 at 02:13 by Francis Duggan
I cannot say that I was unhappy and a happy one cannot be poor
'Twas the lust for the wander and that only took me from the fields of Annagloor
And the old Townlands west of Millstreet and the roadway from Millstreet to Rathmore
Though true what they say of the savage the savage loves his native shore.

Where the river from the lake of Kippagh towards the old Finnow winds it's way
By hedgerows and through rushy old fields it babbles along night and day...
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To Me From Summer Meadows

Posted Tuesday 6th October 2009 at 02:06 by Francis Duggan
To me from Summer meadows come the pleasant scent of hay
And I hear the finches singing on the hedgerows far away
And to the shallows of the sunlit river pool the minnows venture out
The red spotted silvery little fishes who will grow into brown trout,
In the old grove by the river the male robin I hear and see
In the soft and warm winds singing on a sunlit alder tree
And the tree creepers are chirping as they clamber up and down
The tree trunks in...
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The Magpies Now Sing Every Night

Posted Tuesday 6th October 2009 at 02:00 by Francis Duggan
The magpies now sing every night it is that time of year
When Winter hours are getting old and Spring to us is near
It is their breeding Season and night and day they sing
And those who know of Nature say birdsong is a territorial thing,
The night is calm and the freshening breeze has a touch of Winter chill
And the magpies songs are echoing in the quiet Village by the hill
So beautiful and flute like in their songs their message clear
You magpie...
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The Magpies Now Sing Every Night

Posted Tuesday 6th October 2009 at 01:51 by Francis Duggan
The magpies now sing every night it is that time of year
When Winter hours are getting old and Spring to us is near
It is their breeding Season and night and day they sing
And those who know of Nature say birdsong is a territorial thing,
The night is calm and the freshening breeze has a touch of Winter chill
And the magpies songs are echoing in the quiet Village by the hill
So beautiful and flute like in their songs their message clear
You magpie...
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