Bunnell

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Salvia Divinorum - Botany - Strains
... One is the strain that was collected in 1962 by ecologist and psychologist Sterling Bunnell (the Bunnell strain), colloquially mis-attributed as the Wasson-Hofman ... strains that are not as well documented, such as the Luna strain (possibly Bunnell) isolated from a Hawaiian patch of Salvia divinorum clones, featuring unusually serrated and rounded ...
Charles E. Bunnell
... Charles Ernest Bunnell (January 12, 1878 – November 1, 1956) was a district judge for the United States Fourth Judicial Division and the University of Alaska's ... On August 11, 1921 Bunnell was appointed the president of the newly created Alaska Agricultural College and School of Mines, which later became the University of Alaska ... The Bunnell Building, built in 1960 on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus, is named after him ...
Live (America Album) - Track Listing
... Tin Man" (Dewey Bunnell) "Muskrat Love" (Willis Alan Ramsey) "I Need You" (Gerry Beckley) "Old Man Took" (Bunnell) "Daisy Jane" (Beckley) "Company" (Bunnell) "Hollywood" (Bunnell) "Sergeant Darkness" (Beckle ...
Bunnell - Schools
... Frank Scott Bunnell High School, Stratford, Connecticut, USA. ...
Charles Ragland Bunnell
... Charles Ragland Bunnell (January 17, 1897 – September 1968), was an American painter, printmaker, and muralist ... Bunnell was born in Kansas City, Missouri ... Survey (New York School Press, 2003), provides an accounting of this period in Bunnell's stylistic evolution ...