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For the other 3 shades, I have to swipe a bit more. Hence, when they say ultra matte they mean ULTRA FREAKING MATTE. They find that the lipsticks tugs roughly on their lips but I find if I put some lip balm before hand and let it settle.

Ace Purple is the official mascot for the Evansville Purple Aces. In the late 1960s, Evansville Press artist Larry Hill created Ace Purple, UE's mascot. Ace Purple was created in the image of a turn-of-the-century riverboat gambler, representing Evansville's location on the banks of the Ohio River. But Ace Purple also brandished a club with a spike through one end and carried a gun, and his sneer made him a less than likable character. The University was not pleased overall, so Ace Purple soon vanished. In 1977, when Evansville moved to Division I, first-year sports information director Greg Knipping saw the need for a team mascot. He contacted Keith Butz, who had recently revamped Purdue's Boilermaker Pete. Butz turned Ace Purple into the more likable character we know today, and Knipping convinced the administration that despite the gambling image portrayed by Ace Purple, his qualities of cunning, daring, quick wit and shrewd judgment made him an outstanding representative of the Purple Aces.

Knipping, responsible in large part for the Ace Purple we know today, was killed along with the University of Evansville basketball team in the Dec. It's an exciting time for the University of Evansville as their mascot, Ace Purple, receives a makeover. The big reveal isn't until this weekend, but this redesign has been months in the making. Ace has worn a few different uniforms over the years, but his overall look hasn't changed since the 70s, meaning he's in need of a spruce up. Most know him best for his white tux, mustache and cane. University staff say part of this redesign is bringing Ace back to his roots. On Thursday, Director of News Services Kristen Lund told us where it all began. "In the 1920s, UE defeated another team, it was the University of Louisville, and the coach commented to UE's coach, 'You didn't have four Aces up your sleeve, you had five,' and it kind of stuck. The Evansville College mascot was the pioneer and they decided to make that switch officially since the 1920s." In the late 1960s, Evansville Press artist Larry Hill created Ace Purple, UE's mascot. Ace Purple was created in the image of a turn-of-the-century riverboat gambler, representing Evansville's location on the banks of the Ohio River. But Ace Purple also brandished a club with a spike through one end and carried a gun, and his sneer made him a less than likable character. The University was not pleased overall, so Ace Purple soon vanished. In 1977, when Evansville moved to Division I, first-year sports information director Greg Knipping saw the need for a team mascot. He contacted Keith Butz, who had recently revamped Purdue's Boilermaker Pete. Butz turned Ace Purple into the more likable character we know today, and Knipping convinced the administration that despite the gambling image portrayed by Ace Purple, his qualities of cunning, daring, quick wit and shrewd judgment made him an outstanding representative of the Purple Aces. Knipping, responsible in large part for the Ace Purple we know today, was killed along with the University of Evansville basketball team in the Dec. The big reveal of the new and improved Ace is this Saturday before the game. A fan fest will be held outside the Ford Center from 11:30 a.m. Seeds Of Africa presents its Swazi Gold variety, a 100% Sativa line from Swaziland , characterised by its generous production, its fruity aroma of mango and its soaring high effect , now in the regular seed collection at Alchimia! Swazi Gold is native to a mountainous area with a hot and humid climate , so it is highly resistant and very vigorous , forming a solid trunk as a base for a large central cola , accompanied by small, dense and resinous buds on its secondary branches. Swazi Gold gives well-branched plants with strong vegetative vigour, reaching up to 3 meters in height when grown in the ground, and thus easily adapting to SCROG cultivation or Super-cropping. Its flowering period lasts 95 to 105 days in indoor cannabis grows, offering a generous harvest of solid, compact buds , generously covered with resin .

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