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chocolate tree

[′chäk·lət ‚trē]
(botany)
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Eric Baird; RELATIVITY IN CURVED SPACETIME: LIFE WITHOUT SPECIAL RELATIVITY; Chocolate Tree Books (Science) $15.00 ISBN: 0955706807
Enhanced with colofrul illustrations by Janice Lee Porter is the story of Mayan king Kukulkan and his give of a chocolate tree to his people.
I did enjoy my personalised chocolate tree. I'll have to buy my sister Tracey one for Christmas.
This year's selections are a lesbian musical (The Break Up Notebook), a big-hearted tribute to baseball (Casey at the Bat), a show about Latin Kings (Kingdom), a Vietnam-era story set in small-town South Georgia (Tinyard Hill), a two-character tuner about friendship (The Story of My Life), one about a gravely ill girl (The Chocolate Tree), and another about a guy's perfect woman who happens to be a fictional character in a novel (Writing Arthur).
The scientific name of the chocolate tree is theobroma cacao, which means what?
Young, author of The Chocolate Tree (Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994), for his help with this story.
Research, focused on premium chocolate made by The Chocolate Tree based in Edinburgh and Haddington, found the company's bean-tobar range contains polyphenols which offer health benefits.
To claim YOUR free 100g pack of milk chocolate tree decorations, simply take the voucher we've printed below to your nearest Superdrug store.