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Gemma

(jem -ă) See Alphecca.

gemma

[′jem·ə]
(botany)
A small, multicellular, asexual reproductive body of some liverworts and mosses.
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Wine of the Week Chteau Caronne Ste Gemme 2006 pounds 13.99 Majestic Rich ruby red, with a lovely, spicy, cedary and blackcurrant smell and a lingering, concentrated fruity taste, supported by chunky tannins and juicy acidity.
Chief Gemme said the probe has been hindered by an inability to question the victim, Gerald Jones, who is being represented by lawyer Hector E.
He pointed to a 2013 civil rights lawsuit he filed on behalf of city resident Ricardo Ramirez that he believes shows the deputy chief review process Chief Gemme referred to is ''window dressing.''
Gemme told the court Wednesday he underwent treatment at St.
Rawlston is suing the city, Chief Gemme and former city manager Michael V.
Chief Gemme said any decision will be a slow process and thoroughly reviewed.
Gemme immediately acknowledged a gambling problem, according to the diocese.
It's as simple as that,'' Chief Gemme said Wednesday afternoon during a press conference at City Hall.
When an arbitrator ordered Rawlston's reinstatement after Gemme fired him in 2007, the chief appealed.
Officers will use discretion in determining whether a violation occurred, Chief Gemme said.
So Jim Bergenholtz wandered over and the then-Grafton High athletic director just happened to mention to Gemme how he was looking to hire a softball coach.
Chief Gemme said a full complement of officers will be working to handle the needs of the city.