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Marijuana Pest and Disease Control: How to Protect Your Plants and Win Back Your Garden
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The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals And Organizations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World
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Family Resource Management
Family Resource Management

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Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere
Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere

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Fundamentals of Lighting, 2nd Edition
Fundamentals of Lighting, 2nd Edition

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Environmentally-friendly food processing (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition)
Environmentally-friendly food processing (Woodhead Publishing Series in Food Science, Technology and Nutrition)

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The Green Wedding Guide: Creating a Celebration That’s Elegant and Ethical
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Rough Guide to Sustainability 3rd edition: A Design Primer
Rough Guide to Sustainability 3rd edition: A Design Primer

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World Politics: Trends and Transformations, 2011-2012 Update Edition
World Politics: Trends and Transformations, 2011-2012 Update Edition

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Sustainable Enterprise: A Macromarketing Approach
Sustainable Enterprise: A Macromarketing Approach

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Vinegar Fridays
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The Necessary Revolution: How Individuals and Organizations Are Working Together to Create a Sustainable World
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Earth Friendly Products Laundry ECOS® Magnolia & Lily 100 oz. Case of 4
Earth Friendly Products Laundry ECOS® Magnolia & Lily 100 oz. Case of 4

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25 Oz Dishmate Dish Liquid with Lavender (Set of 3)
25 Oz Dishmate Dish Liquid with Lavender (Set of 3)

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Caldrea Palmarosa Countertop Cleanser, Wild Mint, 16 Fluid Ounce
Caldrea Palmarosa Countertop Cleanser, Wild Mint, 16 Fluid Ounce

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Earth Friendly Products Shower Kleener 22 oz. Case of 12
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Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Bathroom Cleaner, Lemon Verbena, 24 Ounce
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Earth Friendly Products Earth EnzymesTM Drain Opener 2 lbs. Case of 12
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Seventh Generation, Tall Kitchen Trash Bags 13 gal, 30 count
Seventh Generation, Tall Kitchen Trash Bags 13 gal, 30 count

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Misty Products – Misty – Aspire Dust Mop Treatment, 16 oz. Aerosol Can – Sold As 1 Each – Eliminates dust when used with dust mop heads, dust cloths and push brooms. – Environmentally friendly aerosol container dispenses foaming solution that’s 98% free o
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Earth Friendly Products Laundry Oxo-Brite Non-Chlorine Powder Bleach 3.6 lbs. Case of 6
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EARTH FRIENDLY 24OZ TOILET CLEANER WITH DUCK NECK
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Earth Friendly Products Bathroom Tissue 175 2-ply Sheets/Roll 4 pk. Case of 24
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Earth Friendly Products Floor Kleener 22 oz. Case of 12
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Stafford throws 2 TDs as Lions beat Giants and Beckham

So far, so good for Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions. Eli Manning and the New York Giants are heading in the opposite direction.

Stafford threw for two touchdowns, rookie Jamal Agnew broke the game open with an 88-yard punt return and the Lions beat the Giants 24-10 on Monday night.

The Lions (2-0) sacked Eli Manning five times and Stafford put together another big game while sending the Giants (0-2) to a second straight disappointing performance. Star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. returned from a sprained left ankle, but New York still struggled offensively.

“We did a nice job of getting in the end zone early and our defense did what they do,” Stafford said.

Immediately after Monday night’s loss McAdoo began his news conference by declaring the blame should be placed on his shoulders. The delay of game — and lack of a timeout — was later placed primarily on his quarterback.

McAdoo began his conference call Tuesday by saying “it’s my responsibility” to make sure the team gets out of its own way and avoids the costly mistakes that plagued the Giants against the Lions.

While Manning took some blame after the game, Flowers appears to remain off-limits. Instead of being critical of Flowers’ play the day after a rough outing, McAdoo was again complimentary of his young tackle.

When asked if Flowers would remain the team’s left tackle moving forward, he didn’t even flinch.

“Yes, absolutely,” McAdoo said. “Ereck is a young player, he did some good things in the ballgame yesterday. He gets singled out and that’s the way it goes in this league. Again, the breakdowns are spread out. It’s not just one player making breakdowns. The breakdowns are spread out and I am included. Throw me in there.”
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Saints vs. Vikings 2017: Start time, TV schedule for ‘Monday Night Football’

In 2016, the Minnesota Vikings ran out to a 5-0 start before falling back to earth like a malfunctioning satellite, ending their year at 8-8 and outside the playoffs. On Monday, they’ll look to recapture that early season matchup against the New Orleans Saints. The first Monday Night Football game of the fall kicks off at 7:10 p.m. ET and will be broadcast live on ESPN (live stream).

The Vikings and Saints will each look to shake off last season’s mediocrity as they embark on a blossoming new campaign. For Minnesota, this fall will be about following up on 2016’s abandoned promise. For New Orleans, the upcoming season could be the team’s last chance to cement Drew Brees’ legacy with a second Super Bowl championship.

As brutal as the loss was Monday, he continued, it was different: “It wasn’t just like, they just went out and played terrible. We fought, we battled — I’m sure it was a heckuva game to watch, those who weren’t asleep, or didn’t turn it off when it was 24-7 (Broncos).”

“There are a couple of series in there that I would love to have back, but you can’t take those back,” Lynn said. “You have to take advantage of those moments when you have those opportunities.

Pittsburgh is willing to bet Haden at 100 percent is still capable of being a game-changer. The Steelers could desperately use one if they hope to get past the Patriots and reach the Super Bowl. Tom Brady is 10-2 in his career against the Steelers (including the playoffs), most recently carving up their zone schemes in the 2017 AFC championship game (32 of 42, 384 yards, three touchdowns, no interceptions). You aren’t beating Brady without capable corners.

So, what can Haden bring to Pittsburgh after seven seasons in Cleveland? And what happens when Haden returns to face the Browns in Week 1? The 28-year-old covered that and a lot more with reporters Thursday.
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Broncos block Chargers’ game-tying FG to give coach Vance Joseph first win

Phillip Rivers and the Chargers made things interesting late in Monday night’s AFC West showdown with the Broncos but the patented Denver defense came up big with the game on the line.

Trailing 24-7 entering the fourth quarter, the Chargers rallied for 14 points in just over two minutes as the Broncos offense managed just 13 plays in the final 11:58 of the game. Four Broncos drives resulted in an interception, fumble, missed field goal and a punt, giving the Chargers every opportunity to rally for their first win since relocating to Los Angeles after last season.

It’s a formula that worked wonders for the Jaguars, and it’s a defense that might make the rest of the NFL a little worried about Jacksonville.

No, Oakland didn’t suddenly go to “Beast Mode” to ground and pound past the Titans. Carr still dropped back 34 times (22 of 32, 262 yards passing, two TDs, two sacks, 114.3 rating). And beyond Lynch rushing 18 times for 76 of those scrimmage yards, the Raiders averaged only 3.9 yards per carry behind their mighty offensive line.

But he was mixed in, with even greater volume than expected in his first game back following a brief retirement. He also ran hard in his vintage way, setting the tone in a gritty matchup that became a field-goal fest instead of the expected shootout between Carr and Marcus Mariota.

The Raiders played with a more physical streak up front on both sides of the ball than the Titans, who pride themselves on having that kind of identity around Mariota. Lynch was particularly key in the second half, catching a 16-yard pass that set up a field goal in the third quarter and helping his team whittle the clock in the fourth quarter.
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Brandon Browner charged with felony after arrest in L.A.

Former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner was arrested Monday in Los Angeles County on suspicion of criminal threats, a felony.

Los Angeles County Jail records show Browner, 33, was arrested at 8:29 p.m in La Verne and was released almost three hours later after posting $50,000 bail.

Senio Kelemete replaced Strief on Monday and held up fairly well, although it was a rough night overall for the Saints’ offense. Veteran offensive tackle Bryce Harris, who has already been on and off the Saints’ roster three times over the past two weeks, re-signed Tuesday and could be a candidate to replace Strief before the team hosts the New England Patriots on Sunday.

To make room for Harris on the roster, the Saints released linebacker Adam Bighill.

It’s unclear when Armstead will be back, although it should just be a matter of weeks since the Saints elected not to start him on the physically unable to perform list. Rookie first-round draft pick Ryan Ramczyk started in place of Armstead and allowed one sack. Ramczyk could slide over to right tackle when Armstead returns.

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Donald’s absence makes it seem unlikely that he will be available for Sunday’s season opener against the Indianapolis Colts.

Su’a Cravens surprised the Redskins this weekend by informing the team of his plans to retire before being talked out of the decision. Newscom
An article on SI.com this spring stated that Cravens left teammates wondering about his desire when he didn’t push through harder with a bruised biceps injury. In training camp, linebacker Will Compton was miked for CSN Washington and was heard prodding Cravens about his motivation for being on the field. Compton told him, “I haven’t felt it from you. The last two [practices], you haven’t gave me anything.”

Compton wanted to know what helped him push through the tough part of camp, and Cravens later told him, “I can’t fake it, though.”

Donald’s absence makes it seem unlikely that he will be available for Sunday’s season opener against the Indianapolis Colts. McVay, however, said Donald is “not ruled out,” and he wouldn’t impose a firm deadline on when Donald would have to arrive to play in Week 1.

Rams coach Sean McVay jokingly compares his pursuit of Aaron Donald to “chasing a girl in high school,” as Donald has yet to report to the team.
“It’s hard to say,” McVay said when asked about a deadline. “Until we come to a solution, then that’s when I think you have a chance to really put a specific plan in place, out of respect for Aaron and the team. Our mindset right now is if we have to go play a football game, guys are ready to go. And Aaron hasn’t been here as a part of the preparation.”

“I would just prefer his name be Caylin. He’s deserved that right.”

Caylin (5-foot-11, 194 pounds) pales in size compared with his big brother (6-5, 245 pounds). Because of his size, Caylin wasn’t highly recruited out of Grady High School in Atlanta, winding up at the historically black university in Washington, D.C.

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