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Ceylon,

island situated in Indian Ocean, now known as Sri Lanka.
Ceylon cinnamon - dried inner bark of evergreen tree in laurel family, used for medicinal purposes or as a spice.
Ceylon moss - red seaweed which is a source of agar (culture medium).
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for the utilization of the Ceylon Electricity Board; CSC was successful in meeting the CIF rates in a much volatile charter market.
Fariq Cader, vice president-Digital Services at Dialog Axiata Plc, said, 'The strategic partnership with Commercial Bank of Ceylon lays testimony to our promise of delivering convenience and greater flexibility to the 2 million-plus registered users of the eZ Cash mobile money service, where even the non-banked eZ Cash customers can withdraw cash from these ATM's.
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I am truly honored and excited to be the first Pure Ceylon Ambassador of North America," DeCandia said.
Jane said Ceylon tea is widely considered the best tea in the world, and the tea her company is importing cannot be bought anywhere else in this country.
When she saw a confinement in front of her she left Ceylon for her home in America, but unfortunately an accident occurred to the boat, and a delay of a month ensued, which resulted in the child being born before she could reach home.
Writing the annual report and beginning the work of modernizing their website are also tasks that will help OfERR Ceylon to become more competitive in attracting donations from major agencies including the UN, USA, and Japan.
In the home market of Sri Lanka, Spa Ceylon has plans to grow from 14 to 19 outlets by the end of 2013.
Born in Ceylon later renamed Sri Lanka, For his homeland I think his heart did hanker.
The new tea is a blend of Assam, Kenyan and high grown Ceylon tea, which BA said it a classic combination giving body, strength, flavour and color.
Formerly, a British colony known as Ceylon, this small Indian Ocean island is famed for producing the finest black tea in the world, grown and produced according to uncompromising, traditional methods and standards.
Nevertheless they returned from their five expeditions to Ceylon with 441 objects and 542 photographs in their luggage, not to speak of Basel zoo's first elephant.