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Peat or turf
The year that the Lakers "three peat" was the year of 1998. Pat Riley actually trademarked the phrase "Three-Peat".
Natural Gas, Turf (peat), wood and coal. Wind and water power are also used. Like any country Ireland's greatest resource is its people.
in a peat bog in Denmark
That you win the Tournament/Championship 4 years in a row
Chicago bulls did 3-peat two times , and also los angelos lakers did 3-peat once from what I know. EDIT: It was also done by the Boston Celtics, who won the the 1958-1959 Championship through the 1965-1966 Championship, an astounding 8 seasons in a row. The first team to Three Peat was the Minneapolis Lakers, winning all three championships from 1951-1952 through 1953-1954.
The bog is drained. The peat is harvested. The peat is transported. The peat is marketed. >They are the 4 stages of peat.
Maybe the Los Angeles Laker's three-peat, or Team USA's historic collapse at World Championship in Indiana.
Peat or Peat Moss = kavúl (כבול)
No, peat moss is a growing, living plant, when peat moss dies and given the right conditions it will eventually become peat.
T. H. Leavitt has written: 'Facts about peat as an article of fuel' -- subject(s): Peat 'Facts about peat, peat fuel and peat coke' -- subject(s): Peat
Peat occurs in former bogs and swamps. Ireland is famous for its peat.
Scott Peat's birth name is Scott A. Peat.
Pat Riley, who, as coach of the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1988-89 season, stated his goal of winning a third consecutive championship. However, the Lakers lost the NBA Finals to the Detroit Pistons, and thus did not accomplish the three-peat in that year.
Peat is rotted vegetation.
Peat, from the Irish peat bogs. (Peat is decayed organic material). In Ireland people call it turf.