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There are only three perennial All-NBA level guys that have signed 3rd max deals with small market teams over the last decade: Russell Westbrook, Damian Lillard, and now, Giannis Antetokounmpo

Nate Jones on Twitter (@JonesOnTheNBA):

>Perennial All-NBA level guys that have signed 3rd max deals with small market teams over the last decade: Russ, Dame, Giannis.

Also only the 6th player in history to sign a supermax:

Anthony Puccio on Twitter (@APOOCH):

>Giannis Antetokounmpo becomes the sixth player in the NBA to sign a supermax contract, joining Stephen Curry, James Harden, John Wall, Russell Westbrook and Damian Lillard.

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Rival watch: Perennial Europa side Man United have dropped down from the CL after finishing 3rd in their group
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Aggressive/low maintenance perennial vegetables, herbs, or other plants with utility.

I have a large clearing of land around 10 acres. Next spring I'd like to plant some plants that can be "set and forget." I've been looking at comfrey, bamboo, jerusalem artichoke, good king henry, mint, chinese chestnut, witch hazel, elderberry, beauty berry, ostrich fern, and lilys (theres a small pond). I also have a big poison ivy problem, so any plant that can outcompete the poison ivy is also a welcome suggestion.

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This band is truly perennial; still riding on pure altruism. After an exhausting East Coast fall tour, the boys play for ~20 challenged kids at Mill Valley Rec, CA. This is what Christmas is all about.
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What is your very favorite shade-tolerant, β€œdeer-resistant”, edible, perennial?
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All of our perennials coming inside before the first frost! reddit.com/gallery/ji5uoq
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(Smogon) What are the best perennial OU Pokemon, and who will always stay there?

Some Pokemon have been OU in past generations and then fallen out of favor for various reasons, whether it be mechanic changes & introductions, buffs/nerfs, or a general power creep as time passes. However some Pokemon have maintained their OU status for multiple generations, such as Zapdos (except for gen 5), Tyranitar, Garchomp, Heatran, Landorus-T, and from gen 6 onwards, Clefable. Certain pokemon just seem llke they will always be useful. Who do you think never has a chance of dropping down? I would personally say Ferrothorn is one of the best examples. The only way I would see Ferrothorn dropping would be through the introduction of a competition to it, like Corviknight for Skarmory.

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Whistle for water: Pudukkottai physics teacher's simple solution to perennial problem newindianexpress.com/good…
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I was never good at monopoly, but after Satan taught me how to play I was able to sacrifice to moloch better than open my third eye after decalcification of the perennial gland. #CabalMeetsOnSunday
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Dean Smith on Barkley: He's a marquee signing for us to bring in on loan. He has been around a team that are perennial winners. He wanted to get in the Euros squad... Gareth will be watching. twitter.com/jamesbenge/st…
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Trout Lily, found in the forests of eastern North America, is perennial and an early blooming spring ephemeral and produces solitary yellow flowers. The brown-mottled leaves resemble the coloring of Brook Trout hence where the name Trout Lily comes from. njurbanforest.com/2020/12…
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Not enough people talk about Moses Malone joining the 76ers, who were a perennial 60 win team who had just made it to the Finals, in 1983 forming a superteam with Dr. J, Mo Cheeks, and Bobby Jones.

That 6ers team was dominant. Too often left out in discussions for greatest team of all time. 4 hall of famers, two superstars, swept kareem and Magic for the championship. Also probably the first superteam formed by a superstar joining an elite team in free agency.

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Our favorite perennial candidate is so desperate to be a senator, that he is now running for the AL state senate.
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Juancho on KAT - β€œHe's a perennial MVP. We need him to be here 100%. We need him healthy. We need him to motivate. He's our leader. We're gonna go as far as he wants to. So that's kind of a pressure on him, but I think he's ready to take the challenge.” twitter.com/danemoorenba/…
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Vegan usage of perennial grasses

I am a vegetarian (trying to be vegan) myself, also an agronomy student, and I have been taught that perennial grasses play a major, important role in crop rotation systems β€” they prevent soil erosion much better than any other plants, restore soil fertility and allow a field to "relax" for few years.

But I don't see any economically viable ways to use harvested perennial grasses if they are not fed to animals/grazed. Besides bio-energy production, which is not profitable in Russia, for instance. Could anyone help me with this dilemma?

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A few pictures through this last year, as I switched from grass to wild perennials with some sunflowers and cornfield annuals in between. imgur.com/a/zObxj9c
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Merry Christmas! A present for r/selfreliance community: a downloadable and sortable spreadsheet of temperate edible plants (200+) you can grow (perennial and annual.) dearjuneberry.com/wp-cont…
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Scientists from Duke University have invented a hydrogel that’s finally strong enough to replace a perennial candidate for the most underappreciated substance in the human body - the cartilage in human knees. sciencealert.com/there-s-…
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[Kenny Smith] "I am not going to lie, I knew Jamal Murray was good ... but at no thought or point that he would this good, this early. I knew he was really solid guard, possible all-star. Now he is perennial right now." streamable.com/0mnv0i
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We miss couch co-op games, so this year we started working on our own. Perennial Order is a 2D Plant Horror Boss Rush where you can slay nature-infested beasts alone or with a friend. gfycat.com/advancedhappyc…
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Perennial Flax
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What were the perennial teams in the '90s and before?

Over the last generation, we consistently saw certain teams vie for the playoffs. What about before 2000? Who were generally considered the best teams (by people at the time)?

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Perennial Herbs

Super new to hydroponics and gardening in general, so please excuse my ignorance here. I just purchased an aero garden and plan on throwing in a few perennial herbs like parsley. My question is, what happens after the harvesting period is over? Will it die and come back in a period of time, or will I need to replant?

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Campbell Road Nursery has free perennials.

Hey Oak City, I was just at Campbell Road Nursery and they are giving away a ton of perennials there is vinca foxglove parsley all kinds of stuff go check it out if you get a chance they'll be closed tomorrow after 3 p.m. until January 11th

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Blue Star Amsonia. Gorgeous when it blooms in early Summer and just as beautiful when it shows off it’s color and texture in the Fall. One of my favorite herbaceous perennials.
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Suggestions for zone 5b shade loving perennials for a muddy mess.

We recently bought a new house and I am excited to start adding plants to the garden. There is an area in the far back corner that no grass grows and most of the time is a muddy mess. Two toddlers and a dog of course gravitate towards it every time we are outside. I'm all for letting them play in the dirt but it's a large amount. The backyard is fenced and there is a green space full of evergreen trees directly behind. Tends to be lots of mosquitoes, is there a plant that would keep them away? Hoping you can all help with suggestions on what to put there. Are there any fruits or vegetables that like these sort of conditions? Something edible would be ideal but happy with any perennials too. Thanks for reading and your suggestions. :)

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Law cant use his perennial youth operation on luffy.

Chopper is Luffys doctor. If law does the operation. Chopper wont be able to achieve his dream. I aint about it.

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[Routine Help] The perennial quest for a moisturiser that gives my skin the shiny, oily and dewy look

I have used coconut oil for my face and body for a while and loved it because it gave my skin a lovely shiny oily dewy look.

But the price I paid for this is having some light closed comedowns ( I only figured out the name for this a few weeks ago and from some research online I realised it was most likely from the coconut oil as it has a high comedogenic rating of 4 or 5 ).

I have been on the hunt for a good moisturiser ever since and wrongly assumed that all oils would give my skin the same shiny and dewy look that I loved from coconut oil.

I purchased some Argan oil due to its low comedogenic rating and it made my skin look and feel dry, it was the complete opposite effect that I hoped for. It’s hard to describe but it kind of felt matte.

In addition, almond oil also made me break out, so I went back to the drawing boards.

After some more research I then bought some unrefined shea butter. My skin has some improvements and overall I would say unrefined shea butter has been good for my but it doesn’t really give my skin the shiny dewy look that I’m after.

Perhaps this is a tedious caveat but I also really dislike the smell of unrefined shea butter and it’s not really ergonomic having to melt the shea by rubbing hands together ( I’m probably being pedantic here haha ).

I know Cerave moisturiser gets recommended here a lot, but I just can’t imagine how a white thick moisturiser will give my skin the shiny oily dewy look.

Maybe I’m looking for something that doesn’t actually exist ( apart from with coconut oil ).

If you have any product suggestions , tips and overall comments please let me know.

The quest for the an omnipotent moisturiser continues....

Thanks guys !

EDIT: typo

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Atramentus - Stygian III: Perennial Voyage (Across The Perpetual Planes Of Crying Frost & Steel​-​Eroding Blizzards) listen.20buckspin.com/tra…
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ISO: Perennial (Zone 5b hardy) greens, herbs/medicines, fruit, & veggie seeds. Also, cool kale varieties.

I’m a relative beginner in this area, so I’d love to hear what you have and enjoy growing!

I have lots of:

Elena’s rojo amaranth, Butter crunch leaf lettuce, Tango leaf Lettuce, Aton Basil, Tall Orange Sunflower, Marigold, Independence Day tomato

I have a small amount of:

Red sails leaf lettuce, Red Russian kale, Lettuce leaf basil, Dragon tongue beans, Blue lake pole beans? , Pickle-bush cucumber, Nasturtium: dwarf jewel mix, Violet sparkle: sweet pepper, Cosmic eclipse tomato, Brad’s atomic grape tomato

(This last list is just from my memory of what I have, I’ll double check in the morning to make sure I’m not out)

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Will a spring ephemeral perennial go dormant under consistent light/heat conditions?

I'm trying to grow bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis), white trillium (Trillium grandiflorum), spring beauty (Claytonia virginica), liverleaf (Hepatica americana), and more, from seed in my basement under constant heat (60* F) and light (18 h/day).

I'm wondering if they will go dormant after a month (or so) of growth, since that is their natural process, or whether they will continue to grow indefinitely since they won't receive environmental inputs they would normally receive such as increased heat of summer, decreased light due to new foliage overhead, etc.

I suppose I can just wait and find out if they go dormant. But I also wonder if they *require* dormancy - would an ephemeral that I grow inside for 6 months prior to transplanting outside struggle in the garden? What if I went crazy and grew it inside for 18 months to minimize years-to-flowering?

Curious if these principles of required dormancy are known to the field of botany.

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Real backyard sunchokes! 2 tubers/plants created ~1kg/2.2lbs of new tubers and I left the small ones in the ground for perennial awesomeness. One of the easiest and most rewarding plants this year for us. reddit.com/gallery/jmvihc
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after a few months of trying to figure out what I think of IPAs, it feels like hazy and juicy ones are my favorites, and Perennial Artisan Ales' SPARE PARTS tastes like a bit of both! it has a pleasantly dry taste overall, with bright citrusy notes, a smooth mouthfeel, and no aggressive bitterness.
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Trout Lily, found in the forests of NJ, is perennial and an early blooming spring ephemeral and produces solitary yellow flowers. The brown-mottled leaves resemble the coloring of Brook Trout hence where the name Trout Lily comes from. njurbanforest.com/2020/12…
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Goddess Saraswati is the embodiment of the perennial flow of knowledge. May she bless us all with greater wisdom
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Hi! I got this beauty yesterday at my local nursery. I'm wondering if you guys can ID the variety so I can know if it's an annual or perennial sunflower.
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First tournament with Masque of the Perennial Spirit, wish me luck! reddit.com/gallery/jl2lk9
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Egg shells. I hear they are beneficial for general soil health. I have no food-plant spaces, only perennials and bulbs at the moment. So should I grind and use them now (winter, zone 6a) or am I better off storing these and waiting til Spring?
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Let's check in with perennial candidate of r/trashy of the year Cardi B v.redd.it/chl6t9qwwri51
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