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A tree used by Native Americans as antipyretic and laxative, and by Western herbalists as an appetite stimulant, and to treat renal and hepatic disease
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Of the 122 cities Boxwood tracks, 94 logged sales increases in the first six months of 2015 compared with a year ago.
Boxwood combines a unique blend of senior-level transaction advisory and proven process execution skills to give its clients a distinct advantage in the market.
The company anticipates total 2014 originations in the range of $160 billion--$165 billion--one of the best annual performances since Boxwood Means began tracking small-balance commercial originations eight years ago, said Randy Fuchs, principal with Boxwood Means.
The shop is next to the five-star Berkeley Hotel, also home to 39-year-old Ramsay's exclusive Boxwood Cafe restaurant.
The mall that the Clarett Group is planting at 106th to 107th Sweets includes an impressive array of horticulture, complete with boxwood magnolias and large roses.
He was ordered to pay pounds 160 in a fine and costs and banned from all football matches for three years Neil Edwards, 19, of Boxwood Close ; Thomas Harrison, 25, of Kippling Avenue, and Brian James McElhinney, 22, of Cowper Way, all of Huyton, denied invading the pitch.
Boxwood serves more associations than any other provider
Miles of walking trails and roads on the Arboretum's 446 acres feature native eastern deciduous trees and exceptional collections of bonsai, boxwood, and other plants and herbs.
Although you could easily mistake an inkberry for a boxwood, in many ways it's even better.
The streets of Pond Avenue, Dorland Road and Boxwood Avenue are in poor condition and in need of repair.
Small-balance lenders anticipate that 2014 commercial mortgage originations for loans under $5 million will challenge last year's robust total, according to research firm Boxwood Means, Stamford, Connecticut.