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liquorice

(US and Canadian), licorice
1. a perennial Mediterranean leguminous shrub, Glycyrrhiza glabra, having spikes of pale blue flowers and flat red-brown pods
2. the dried root of this plant, used as a laxative and in confectionery
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Recently, the company tested a 16W water-cooled unit in its laboratory, and Sweetwood was pleasantly surprised by the amount of energy the unit delivered.
Torque is transferred to the outer corners of the square-ball off the outer zones of the yoke, explains Sweetwood.
Sweetwood joined Kislak in 1996 and specializes in the sale of traditional and bank-owned multifamily and other investment properties.
Sweetwood gets its name from a combination of Wood's name and the special sweet feed made from sugar beets and spices that his cattle eat each winter.
Mark Sweetwood is the new managing editor of The Vindicator in Youngstown.
When you consider the traditional manufacturing costs to make a zero-VOC coating, they are in line with traditional paint manufacturing technology, according to Dan Sweetwood, director of sales, Allied PhotoChemical.
Huge uncertainties still face many small-sized and community theatres, such as the Dog & Pony Theatre Company, Jefferson Performing Arts Society, Le Petit Theatre de Vieux Carre, Rivertown Repertory Theatre and Sweetwood Productions.
In this time of tragedy, it is important that all of us, as individuals and as corporations, do all we can to help alleviate the pain and suffering of those whose lives have been forever changed by these events," said John Sweetwood, President - The Americas.
Sweetwood, "Symbols and Behavior: An Experiment in Altering the Police Role," Journal of Police Science and Administration 4 (1976): 21-27.
Bass Hotels & Resorts, a unit of Bass Plc, named John Sweetwood president of its Americas division, replacing Thomas Arasi, who will be leaving Bass.
T]his industry [hotels] is undermarketed compared to others," says John Sweetwood, president of Holiday Inn Express and a veteran of the consumer marketing wars via Ralston Purina and Eveready.
The couples trace the establishment of Sweetwood Antler to the day when Stephen and Barb saw a display on deer farming and purchased five red deer does to raise as a business on their 40 acres.