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any species of the large genus Salvia, aromatic herbs or shrubs of the family Labiatae (mint family). The common sage of herb gardens is S. officinalis, a strongly scented shrubby perennial, native from S Europe to Asia Minor.
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Interior finishes that are being built as standard features are often shown as upgrades in new home communities, but Clary knew they were important to carry out the vision for transitional contemporary luxury at 4 TwentyOneWest.
Fans would have rather wanted it to be Jace and Clary on the cover since in the last book, Jace was the one who had the heavenly fire in him after Clary had stabbed him with the sword of the Archangel Michael and since then had the heavenly fire in him.
But that is part of life, unfortunately,'' Clary said.
Clary is forced to wear a skin-tight dress for her meeting with a warlock (this is puzzling, since the warlock turns out to be gay).
Presently, Clary is in Port Stephens to speak to school children about his life and how he came to realize that racism and prejudice are wrong.
I can definitely be among the big guys, but I still have a lot of hard work to do," Clary told media after being pipped into taking the men's 400m individual medley bronze on Thursday night -- his first-ever medal at a world swimming championships.
Julian clary King's Theatre, Edinburgh, Sunday, November 14 ***
CULTURE CLUB members have the chance to win one of two pairs of tickets to see Julian Clary at The Journal Tyne Theatre, Westgate Road, Newcastle, on Friday, November 20.
What was even more stunning was how far Clary had come to get to that moment.
ACTOR, comedian, writer and ballroom dancer - Julian Clary is a man of many dazzling talents and he will be bringing them to Llandudno when his provocative Lord of the Mince one man show hits the resort as part of a nationwide tour.
Andy Clary was hired as senior programmer and analyst.