In 1942 a chicken farmer outside of Greensboro, North Carolina, sued the U.S. government. He said the frequent, low overflight of military aircraft on the adjacent runway was scaring his birds and damaging his livelihood, and he wanted compensation. The case made it all the way to the Supreme Court in 1946. And one result of United States v. Causby was that the Court set the limits of private airspace: If you own a house, your property rights extend 83 feet up into the air. That's a quaint—and thankfully irrelevant—limit when it comes to manned aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration keeps planes much higher than that, save on approach and take-off, and even then most airports require a decent buffer around them. But the 70-year-old ruling has new importance in the age of drones. It remains the only clear federal statement of law on how far above the ground your property ends. And that has raised concerns among some privacy advocates, who question whether anyone from a pesky neighbor to a police department to Amazon's planned delivery service should be allowed to fly above private property, potentially shooting video from the level of the treetops.
Many dogs have the urge to explore and potentially knock over items in a home. Some dogs also have a tendency to destroy furnishings and household items when not supervised. Indoor dog gates allow dog owners to confine their dogs to one area of the home while at the same time giving them an entire room or series of rooms in which to roam. This is much healthier for the dog than crating her all day, as it allows her to get some exercise. When owners need consistent free access from room to room (for a social gathering, for example) or when the dogs are allowed to roam from room to room (such as when the the owner is home to supervise) dog gates are easy to store away. They're thin, flat and can be slid under a piece of furniture, put into a closet or leaned against a wall without getting in the way.
Ti plant is a bold houseplant with flamboyantly colored foliage. Also called cordyline, cabbage palm, or good luck plant, it's a perfect choice for adding a dash of style and drama to any well-lit room in your home. Most ti plant varieties have purple foliage variegated with streaks of hot pink, cream, white, or other shades of purple. The leaves add more color than many flowering houseplants -- and they're attractive all year long. Ti plant is often being associated with good luck. In some areas of the tropics Red Ti is grown outside of houses to bring good fortune and ward off ghosts or evil spirits.
Native to Mexico and northern South America, papaya has become naturalized throughout the Caribbean Islands, Florida, Texas, California, Hawaii, and other tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Two kinds of papayas are commonly grown. One has sweet, red or orange flesh, and the other has yellow flesh; in Australia, these are called "red papaya" and "yellow papaw", respectively. Either kind, picked green, is called a "green papaya". The large-fruited, red-fleshed 'Maradol', 'Sunrise', and 'Caribbean Red' papayas often sold in U.S. markets are commonly grown in Mexico and Belize.
The company originated as a Los Angeles beauty supply house with some proprietary products founded by Blaine Culver. The house chemist was named Alberto hence the name Alberto-Culver. Alberto-Culver was purchased and reorganized in 1955 by Leonard H. Lavin who was an entrepreneur and manufacturer's representative for various other companies. The newly created company was then moved to Chicago and a hundred other products were dropped and the company focused on Alberto VO5 shampoo and hairdressing, Andrew Collinge, St. Ives skin care products, TRESemmé, FDS, Consort, and Nexxus. Alberto-Culver was purchased by the Anglo-Dutch consumer goods company Unilever on September 27, 2010 for US$3.7 billion.
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