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Images Dated 2nd March 2009

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Carters Winter and Spring Flowers Featured 2 Mar 2009 Image

Carters Winter and Spring Flowers

The warrants displayed on the cover denote that Carters supplied seeds and bulbs to members of the Royal Family at this time. Date: 1878

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winter, architecture, monument, tree, urban scene, building exterior, new york city Featured 2 Mar 2009 Image

winter, architecture, monument, tree, urban scene, building exterior, new york city

winter, architecture, monument, tree, urban scene, building exterior, new york city, new york state, usa, manhattan, travel destinations, cold, snow, skyscraper, flatiron building, park, vertical, outdoors, day, no people, low angle view, The Flatiron Building, 88853017

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Red wine and gout, artwork Featured 2 Mar 2009 Image

Red wine and gout, artwork

Red wine and gout, conceptual computer artwork. Crystals of uric acid (yellow) amongst glasses of red wine. Gout is a condition in which uric acid crystals are deposited inside joints, usually due to high blood levels of uric acid (hyperpuricaemia). This is an extremely painful condition, which leads to swelling of the joint and intense pain on moving or even lightly touching the affected joint. It was once thought that consumption of red wine led to gout, but now it is thought that it has no effect or may reduce the chances of developing gout

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