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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.
"It's going to be lot tougher because Magnolia has matured a lot," Austria said.
Magnolia grabbed control early and wielded it all game against Columbian on Wednesday night, scoring a 109-83 victory that gave the Hotshots their first winning streak in the PBA Philippine Cup at Smart Araneta Coliseum in Cubao.
Magnolia Bostad AB (STO:MAG) announced on Friday that the members of its nomination committee are Eva Fonter, as a representative of F.
Magnolia Bostad (STO:MAG) announced on Monday that it has mandated Nordea Bank as sole arranger for a potential four year, SEK denominated, senior unsecured bond issue.
Q Why does my magnolia have flowers and leaves all on one side and nothing at all on the other?
As part of the transaction, TPGE and EnerVest are partnering to create Magnolia Oil & Gas Corporation, a new company led by Chazen who will serve as Magnolia's full-time Chairman, President and CEO.
of Magnolia is closing its plant in Magnolia, a move that will affect up to 300 jobs, as it brings a new plant online in Texas.
Y dybiaeth ydi fod teulu'r magnolia yn hen, hen blanhigion.
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.
Fill your spring garden with elegant blooms with our two varieties of dwarf star Magnolia. Both will produce a profusion of lightly scented, star-shaped fl owers from March to May every year.