73One The chief negotiator`s job is to decide how much information he wants to retain and how he can monitor what he wants to transmit and hide what he wants to hide. During this specific negotiation, the fact that two negotiations took place in parallel, involving two equally powerful counterparts (the UNITED Kingdom and Germany), both willing to reach an agreement (there was a commitment from both sides at ministerial level), made it possible to test ideas, exchange comments and use the progress made with one partner to move forward with another. Transparency was necessary to engage in cooperative talks and build trust and credibility; One of the reasons for this was that Germany entered the discussions positively, but feared that the Swiss banks would deceive them. But maybe it was also a tactic. For the first time in the sixteenth century, Europeans experienced pecans. The first Europeans to come into contact with pecans were Spanish explorers in present-day Louisiana, Texas and Mexico. These Spanish explorers called the pecannus nuez de la arruga, which roughly means «folding nut». Because of their familiarity with the genus Juglans, these early explorers referred to walnuts as nogales and nueces, the Spanish terms for «hazelnuts» and «walnut fruit.» They noticed the particularly thin skin and glandic shape of the fruit, indicating that they actually related to pecans. The Spanish brought pecans to Europe, Asia and Africa from the sixteenth century. In 1792, William Bartram reported in his botanical book Travels, a nut tree, Juglans exalata that some botanists today argue that it was the American pecan, but others argue that it was Hickory, Carya ovata. The fishers are from the United States, and the letter on the Pecannussbaum goes back to the founders of the nation. Thomas Jefferson planted pecannous, C. illinoinensis (Illinois nuts), in his walnut garden in his Monticello home in Virginia.
George Washington recounted in his diary that Thomas Jefferson gave him «Illinois nuts,» pecans that Washington then raised in Mount Vernon, his home in Virginia. And he said that under peca, Saga hadn`t contacted any other company anyway to ask for a contribution to David`s claim: «This gentleman`s claim is for £150 if you remove the excess policy. According to that agreement, that right would not be the subject of a right of another insurer. Pecans were one of the newest domesticated crops. Although wild pecans have been known as a delicacy among natives and settlers, commercial pecan cultivation in the United States did not begin until the 1880s.  As of 2014, the United States produced an annual harvest of 119.8 million kilograms (264.2 million pounds), with 75% of the total harvest produced in Georgia. New Mexico and Texas.  They can be grown from AREAS of USDA winter hardness of about 5 to 9 and are best growing where summers are long, hot and humid.. . .