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magnolia

Chinese medicine
A herb, the buds of which are used for nasal congestion and sinusitis.
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Although it was yet but the middle of March, the weather in this southern temperature was extremely warm; the peech-trees and magnolias were in full bloom; and the trees were green.
The Magnolia Hotshots Pambansang Manok and NLEX Road Warriors open their best-of-seven semifinal series in the PBA Philippine Cup eager to draw first blood in their goal of claiming an elusive finals berth.
Paul Lee got off to an explosive start in 2018 after steering Magnolia to back-to-back wins in the ongoing PBA Philippine Cup.
Magnolia has bloomed in the last couple of years, but local leaders say the south Arkansas city--despite its lack of interstate access--is on the cusp of even greater growth.
001 each in US-based Magnolia Petroleum plc (AIM: MAGP), which represents a 10.
Vendor: Steven Snead, the former CEO of Magnolia, and his family
2 pc Magnolia Brown Eggs, hard-boiled, peeled and sliced into rings
Available in three varieties, you can choose from Magnolia Soulangeana (rose pink, pictured), Magnolia Susan (purple-red) or Magnolia Stellata (white).
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today approved construction of the Magnolia LNG export project in Louisiana and associated pipeline modifications to bring feed gas.
Mike Horton, president of PPG Industries' operations in the Asia Pacific region, was honored by the Shanghai Municipal Government with the prestigious Magnolia Memorial Award for his outstanding contributions to the city.
Magnolia 'Daybreak' has pink flowers but the pink is quite different from most magnolias.
RAMAR FOODS HAS ADDED KONA COFFEE FLAVOR to its Magnolia Ice Cream brand.