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tuckahoe

Chinese medicine
A fungus that grows on the roots of various conifers; it is diuretic, sedative, tonic, and used for anorexia, bloating, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertension, indigestion, insomnia and oliguria.
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Also, this research was permitted through Georgia's Department of Natural Resources - Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area Division.
"When desegregation hit, public school buses would come in droves down Tuckahoe Road and drop off hundreds of black and Hispanic kids.
The book sucks the audience in like the Tuckahoe that runs through the pages, and it never lets them go.
"Our snacks are built healthier than the majority of options out there, but we're certainly not selling carrots and celery here," notes Michael Sands, c.e.o, and founder of Tuckahoe, N.Y.-based LesserEvil, which produces a line of gourmet popcorn snacks and has recently introduced a baked potato snack, Krinkle Sticks.
Attending the bride as matron of honor was Kristin Marie Olivi of Tuckahoe, New York.
CryptoMetrics, Inc., of Tuckahoe, New York, has launched a line of fingerprint biometric authentication products.
"I've hunted Tuckahoe State Park in Queen Anne's County, and I've killed a fair number of birds there.
Merrily Schalansky, Technology Coordinator, Tuckahoe Middle School
This author's experience with the Tuckahoe Family YMCA had the following result: A material deficit was turned into a record surplus of $262,000.
Brondow Inc., Tuckahoe, NY, for example, is celebrating the 60th anniversary of its Breath O' Pine cleaner/disinfectant.
The HNOH reached its goal on July 26, 1920 when the organization moved seventeen miles north to a new red-brick building located on a twenty acre site at 407 Tuckahoe Road in Yonkers, New York.