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  1. Explore releases from Dandelion at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Dandelion at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Dandelion Records was a British record label started on 18 July by the British DJ John Peel as a way to get the music he liked onto record. Peel was responsible for "artistic direction" and the commercial side was handled by Clive Selwood of Elektra Records and his wife Shirley. Peel wrote: The half-witted, idealistic notion behind Dandelion and our other violent, capitalist enterprise.
  3. Faith God is not looking for fake, Pinterest faith. Instead He is looking for true, real, broken believers. Hope Our hope is built on nothing less than Jesus and His righteousness!! Certainly not what we have done, thank God! Worship When we come to him like little children, he promises to speak to our heart.
  4. 25 Dandelion Quotes-Dandelion is a plant that falls into the same class as daisies. The plant blossoms during spring to give bright yellow flowers. The dandelion head ha a bud that opens up when it matures to give a very beautiful flower. The flowers are very conspicuous and can be noticed from far. The yellow color of dandelion flowers makes it stand out among the other small plants, they are.
  5. The Dandelion Council. Portland, Oregon. "Art is a form of play rejoicing before the face of God." Hans Rookmaaker.
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  7. Explore releases from The Dandelion Council at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Dandelion Council at the Discogs Marketplace. The Dandelion Council: Yesterday, Today And Forever (Album) 3 versions: vu-us: Belgium: Sell This Version: 3 versions (CDr, Mini, Ltd) Awkward Silence Recordings: AWKWARD UK: Sell.
  8. Are Dandelions Annuals or Perennials?. Cheerful yellow faces of dandelions (Taraxacum officinale) appear in spring in lawns and roadsides in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 3.
  9. Dandelions are sprouting up all around Manitoba while city officials and homeowners try to find ways to deal with the yellow blooms. Dorothy Dobbie, publisher of Manitoba Gardener Magazine, offers.

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