ambrosine

ambrosine

[′am·brə‚zēn]
(mineralogy)
A yellowish to clove-brown variety of amber rich in succinic acid; occurs as rounded masses in phosphate beds near Charleston, South Carolina.
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* She owned Reflections of Ambrosine, an antique clothing store
The Geelong and Melbourne Railway Company's orders on UK suppliers for equipment left Melbourne on the Ambrosine, which sailed on 17 August 1853.
Out of the Mr Prospector mare Ambrosine, who was successful in a Maisons-Laffitte maiden for Sheikh Mohammed, Great Journey is a half-brother to Japanese 2,000 Guineas winner No Reason.
"It is not surprising to see how 25 years in business call go by so fast when we look at our history with quality clients who continually strive for excellence in their projects," said Michael Ambrosine, a founding parther of ADS.
Partially sighted Ambrosine St Clair Fretwell put her signature to a Land Registry form to sell the pounds 130,000 house for pounds 5,000 to car salesman David Graves.
Ambrosine St Clair Fretwell, 87, who is blind, says she was tricked into signing a document when a courier called to deliver a "surprise" gift.
User models have previously been used to identify resources that are most likely to be relevant to that user (Ambrosine, Cirillo, Micarelli, 1997) and to adapt the content of presentations (Ardissono, Goy, Meo, Petrone, Petrone, Lesmo, Simone, & Torasso, 1999; Brusilovsky, 1996).
Penned in on the rail on the John Bridger-trained mare he waited until room materialised before going on to score by four lengths from Ciel, with the evens favourite Ambrosine a length and three-quarters adrift.
Partially sighted Ambrosine St Clair Fretwell put her signature to a Land Registry form to sell the pounds 193,000 house for pounds 7,400 to car salesman David Graves.
Duffield did not have to work hard to complete his brace on Ambrosine for Amanda Perrett in the classified stakes.
He picked up a two-day suspension at Warwick on Saturday evening on his first ride back after his Southwell howler, and on Monday night the Windsor stewards found him guilty of the same overeagerness on Peggy Lou, a close fourth behind Ambrosine in the fillies' handicap.