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magnolia

Chinese medicine
A herb, the buds of which are used for nasal congestion and sinusitis.
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The event shows off the square, brings dollars from outside the city and attracts many to Magnolia, including the Food Network which featured the Steak Cook-off in 2006.
I have four big magnolia trees from Syria (family magnolia, Michellia) and 10 small magnolia-like 1.
With more than 500 new pieces hitting the shops each month and up to 3,000 unique pieces available in all stores, Magnolia Jewellery is at the cutting edge of design and prides itself as the only jewellery retailer to offer one year's full warranty on every piece sold.
There are several different species of magnolias that are indigenous to Mississippi, but the state tree and probably the most familiar species of magnolia is Magnolia grandiflora.
The best known of the larger varieties is magnolia x soulangiana, the hybrid between magnolia denudata and magnolia liliflora.
The brokers at both Barak Realty and The Magnolia Group have substantial sales presence, particularly in Manhattan.
There's no mistaking the velvety goblet-like blooms of Magnolia soulangiana when they appear later in April.
Before it was taken down, the cucumber magnolia had sported a yellow ribbon to remember a Center employee who was called to active duty with the U.
The book begins with a brief botanical overview of the genus, and a chapter about the traditional medicinal uses of Magnolia (by Kazuo Torizuka) describing the various Kampo prescriptions containing bark of Asian Magnolia and their activities.
Magnolia Leaf and Branch (all works 2000) was an unassuming diptych installed in two screened niches near the gallery windows.
Let's take a closer look at those two facilities mentioned earlier, starting with perhaps the more "newsy" of the two, the Magnolia Manor ozonation project.
On a spring drive past Western gardens or parks, you can't miss the dramatic white, pink, or purple flowers that blanket magnolia branches like a fancy party dress.