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botanical

[bə′tan·ə·kəl]
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Meanwhile, Northumberland-based botanically brewed beverages firm, Fentimans, is also set to take centre stage on national TV.
According to Aaron, "There was nothing like it at High Point because everyone else was doing botanically correct things.
Drought-resistant trees and shrubs, which, botanically speaking, are nothing new, Many of the trees and shrubs indigenous to this region - the Dakotas south through western Kansas, then northwest through eastern Oregon and Washington - are quite drought-tolerant and hardy, and able to survive the region's dry, cold winters.
Botanically similar to beets, chard was developed for its foliage.
Gardeners worried about the safety of synthetic pest-control products sometimes turn to botanically derived compounds instead.
5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tom's of Maine announced today nationwide availability of its new Botanically Bright whitening toothpaste, a SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate)-free and fluoride-free toothpaste that gives your mouth a foamy, clean feeling while helping to naturally whiten your teeth.
FENTIMANS has made two of its botanically brewed beverages available in larger 750ml servings following consumer demand for a 'take home' bottle size.
With unspoilt countryside, wild woodlands and an array of botanically rich landscaped gardens, East and West Sussex is a treasure trove for nature and outdoor enthusiasts.
The tar seeds, botanically known as Pittosporums (pitto = tar; sporum = seed), have arrived.
Editorial includes industry news and developments, perspectives and commentaries from industry executives, new products, market opportunities, capitalizing on consumer trends, consumer-driven innovation, vertical integration, noninvasive products, botanically sourced ingredients and the intersection of nutrition and well being.
While unrelated botanically, palms and cycads are similar-looking dramatic plants with ancient roots.