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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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Yazurlo said many store owners and drivers on Tuckahoe Road--the main commercial strip in that part of the city--were not ready to welcome minorities.
Hugh Breckenridge Little, CPA, a former director at the Tuckahoe Family YMCA from 1999 to 2002, is currently supervisor of internal audit at Eastern Savings Bank.
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.
For the Tuckahoe Family YMCA, a suburban Y with a budget in excess of $7.
Owner/Developer: The Fountains at RiverVue LLC, Tuckahoe, N.
and contractor Tuckahoe Roofing & Sheet Metal, the roofing consisted of four plies of organic felt over a layer of 1/2-inch fiberboard and two layers of isocyanurate foam insulation.
China tops the world in producing straw mushrooms, tuckahoe, lentinus adodes, agaric, white jelly fungus and hedgehog fungus, Liu added.
Calli Ryan, Grade 5 Tuckahoe Elementary School Richmond, Virginia Judi Hailer, Art Teacher
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It was constructed of Inwood B marble from the Tuckahoe beds, in Westchester County, some 18 miles from the city.