Fruit of The Season

Voctave - The Spirit of the Season (2016)  Music

Posted by Pisulik at Nov. 9, 2016
Voctave - The Spirit of the Season (2016)

Voctave - The Spirit of the Season (2016)
Vocal, Acapella, Holiday | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 00:49:45 | 114 MB
Label: Voctave | Release Year: 2016

You'd be hard pressed to find a more talented group of singers in this style. Phenomenal a cappella I would put up against anything like it out there. From start to finish this entire album will get you in "the spirit of the season". Fans of Pentatonix, Singers Unlimited, and The Voices of Liberty will want to add this to their Christmas playlist. The album is a nice mixture of sacred and secular Holiday songs with original arrangements that are unique and exciting to listen to. Some of my favorite tracks include the arrangement of "Mary Did You Know?" featuring its composer Mark Lowry on lead. "Merry Christmas Darling," that possibly improves upon the original classic Carpenters' track. And Disney fans will appreciate "Carol of the Bells of Notre Dame" which is a thrilling mash up of "Carol of the Bells" and "The Bells of Notre Dame" from Disney's "The Hunchback of Notre Dame". Last, be sure to listen to track 8, a medley of "O Come, O Come Emmanuel/The First Noel/ & I Wonder As I Wander".
Continuous Container Gardens: Swap In the Plants of the Season to Create Fresh Designs Year-Round

Roanne Robbins, Sara Begg Townsend, "Continuous Container Gardens: Swap In the Plants of the Season to Create Fresh Designs Year-Round"
ISBN: 1603427023 | 2011 | PDF | 224 pages | 61 MB

Spirits of the Season (Saranormal)  

Posted by Balisik at Sept. 19, 2014
Spirits of the Season (Saranormal)

Phoebe Rivers "Spirits of the Season (Saranormal)"
Simon Spotlight | English | October 2, 2012 | ISBN: 1442453796 | 160 pages | azw, epub, lrf, mobi | 2,5 mb

It’s Christmastime in Stellamar, which means the streets are buzzing with holiday shoppers and ghostly activity. Sara is busy trying to figure out how to reunite Lady Azura with the spirit of her lost love… and wondering what to buy Jayden for Christmas! For the first time, Sara really feels like she belongs somewhere. But there are still secrets to be revealed: Why did she and her dad really move across the country? Why does she have these paranormal powers? How much does her father know?
Best of the Season by Terry Richardson for Purple Magazine #18 Fall/Winter 2012

Terry Richardson Photoshoot for Purple Magazine
26 jpg | 1500*2246 | 47.36 Mb
Topless models

Once Upon a Time S01E11 "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree"  

Posted by BlackFlag at Jan. 30, 2012
Once Upon a Time S01E11 "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree"

Once Upon a Time S01E11 "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree"
HDTV 720p | MKV | 1280x720 | x264 @ 2,389 Kbps 23.976 fps | AC3 @ 384 Kbps | 43m 17s | 876 Mb
HDTV | AVI | 624x352 | XviD @ 968 Kbps 23.976 fps | MP3 @ 155 Kbps | 43m 17s | 350 Mb
Genre: Fantasy, Drama | Language: English

Once Upon A Time is, at its core, a story about hope. "For us, that’s what a fairytale is. It’s that ability to think your life will get better. It’s why you buy a lottery ticket—because if you win you get to tell your boss that you’re quitting and you get to move to Paris or wherever and be who you always wanted to be. And that’s Cinderella, right? One day she’s sweeping up and the next she’s going to the ball. Adam and I just wanted to write about something hopeful that for one hour a week allows one to put everything aside and have that feeling that your dreams just may come true." - Edward Kitsis, Co-Creator/Executive Producer.
Fruit Of The Vine (skateboarding documentary) (1999/2002) **(RE-UP)**

Fruit Of The Vine (1999)
DVD rip | English | MP4 (DivX50 624x480, 1310kbps)
MP3 128kbps 48kHz stereo | 74 minutes | 1.04gb
Genre: Documentary | Label: Plexifilm

Fruit Of The Vine is a skateboarding documentary about California skaters who enjoy hunting for abandoned swimming pools to swim in. It is shot on 8 millimeter film, it looks like a home movie but was professionally made. This rip features two separate video files: the full length 57 minute film plus a 17 minute section of interviews and unused footage. Starring Steve Alba, Tony Alva, Lance Mountain, and Nacho among many. The DVD was released in 2002.

Enya: Sounds of the Season  

Posted by dakszhund at Oct. 25, 2009
Enya: Sounds of the Season

Enya: Sounds of the Season
EAC RIP | FLAC CUE LOG | 234 MB | COVER
Christmas | 1 CD | Label: Warner Brothers | Release Date: 2006 | RAR 1% Recovery | RS.com | FF.com

Sounds of the Season: The Enya Holiday Collection (known as Christmas Secrets in Canada) is a Christmas Extended Play by Irish musician Enya. The album was released on November 23, 2006. The album was released in partnership with NBC, and was only sold in Target stores and in the NBC store in Rockefeller Center in New York City. The album was released in Canada under the name "Christmas Secrets" and only contained the first four tracks. In other countries, the album was included in a special box set with Enya's Amarantine album under the name "Amarantine: Special Christmas Edition" (however, the "Amarantine: Special Christmas Edition" only includes the first four tracks like the Canadian release).

Fruit of the Month Oranges  

Posted by Saunt at May 4, 2009
Fruit of the Month Oranges

Fruit of the Month Oranges
Publisher: he Flying Tigers Publishing Group | ISBN: N\A | edition 2009 | PDF | 9 pages | 1,64 mb

Oranges are highly valued for their vitamin C content. It is a primary source of vitamin C for most Americans. This wonderful fruit has more to offer
nutritionally than just this one nutrient, containing sufficient amounts of folacin, calcium, potassium, thiamin, niacin and magnesium. Most of the
consumption of oranges is in the form of juice. Eating the whole fruit provides 130% of the recommended dietary allowance for vitamin C, less
than the juice, but more fiber, which is not present in the juice.

Fruit of the Month: Pineapple  

Posted by Saunt at May 4, 2009
Fruit of the Month: Pineapple

Fruit of the Month: Pineapple
Publisher: Pierre du Plessis | ISBN: N\A | edition 2009 | PDF | 6 pages | 1,65 mb

The word "Pineapple," is derived from the word pina, which was used to describe a pine cone by the Spanish. Later, it was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands which are now the leading producers of this fruit. Today, in the United States the pineapple can be marketed as fresh or canned and it is most widely used as
tropical canned fruit in recipes. (Wellness Encyclopedia of Food and Nutrition, 1992)

Fruit of the Month: PERSIMMONS!  

Posted by Saunt at May 4, 2009
Fruit of the Month: PERSIMMONS!

Fruit of the Month: PERSIMMONS!
Publisher: The Flying Tigers Publishing Group | ISBN: N\A | edition 2009 | PDF | 7 pages | 1,58 mb

Persimmons origins go back to ancient China. Fate intervened in the 1880’s when a United States Commander brought back a native Japanese persimmon variety to Washington, D.C. Now, persimmons are grown in California where hundreds of different varieties flourish. This brightly colored, glossy orange red skinned fruit is an excellent source of vitamin A, a good source of vitamin C, and rich in fiber.