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- Honesty: Correspondences
- Lunaria spp. Folk Names: Lunary, Money Plant, Silver Dollar Gender: Feminine Planet: Moon Element: Earth Deity: Power: Money, Repelling Monsters...
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- Garden Variety: Pretty seed pods add interest to gardens
- Lunaria is a plant that is more popular than most on the basis of its seeds. It produces a flat structure about the size and shape of a coin that has the transparency of tissue paper and enclosed small flat brown seeds.
- Il cordoglio e il ricordo di Lunaria per la scomparsa di Adriana Innocenti
- Genova - È morta Adriana Innocenti, una delle attrici più rappresentative della storia del teatro del Novecento.
- “Lunaria”: in anteprima assoluta il nuovo disco di Daniele Vianello a Spazio Aereo
- Domenica 20 marzo 2016, alle 21.30 allo Spazio Aereo di Marghera, in anteprima assoluta il nuovo disco di Daniele Vianello. "Lunaria" è un "concept album", è musica al servizio di una storia fantastica.
- Danimal Cannon writes music with a guitar and Game Boy
- Guitars and Nintendo handhelds are a fruitful combination – there's the Guitar Boy, which combines the two into one instrument, and more impressive still, Danimal Cannon's video game-tinged compositions. Fusing the art of Game Boy-powered 8-bit ...
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