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wil·low

(wil'ō),
A tree of the genus Salix; the bark of several species, especially S. fragilis, is a source of salicin.
[A.S. welig]
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With support from American Forests, Egan and the LA Conservation Corps workers removed 700 acres of tamarisk and planted more than 10,000 cottonwood and willow poles between 1990 and 2002.
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IDM Apartments, a limited liability company in Vancouver, Washington, recently purchased a 16.9-acre site in West Salem from Cottonwood Development LLC for $3.32 million, according to a news release from CBRE Capital Markets.
2 February 2018 - Utah, US-based title insurance company Cottonwood Title Insurance Agency, Inc has acquired Founders Title Company and Founders Title Company of Davis, the company said.
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Cottonwood Group and CCB International announced the formal closing of a $55 million secured credit facility for a new hotel project in Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States, currently under construction on Manhattan's West Side.
The three companies that received EDRLF funds during the fourth quarter of 2016 are Clear Center (offices in Cottonwood Heights, Utah), Flying Software Labs (offices also in Cottonwood Heights), and ProdataKey (offices in Riverton, Utah).
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