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see sagesage,
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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Meanwhile, a darker Clary will be introduced in "Shadowhunters" Season 3.
The RFP for Architectural and Engineering Services for Clary Middle and Expeditionary Learning Middle Schools of Phase II of the Syracuse Cooperative School Reconstruction Act is part of Phase II of the JSCBs school renovation program which is authorized by New York State (See Chapter 58 A-4 of the laws of 2006, as amended by Chapter 459 of the Laws of 2013) to renovate 15 SCSD school facilities.
The law firm of Rawls, Scheer, Clary & Mingo has been helping people in Charlotte, throughout North Carolina, and all over the United States since 1985.
Clary, who lives in Kent with his partner, dogs and several ducks and chickens, said: "I always like to get 'mincing' into the title.
Julian Clary is a true pro as Dandini in CINDERELLA.
Clary, if you recall, pleaded guilty last year to a single count of mail fraud, admitting that he misused almost SI.
Clary has been off the screen for more than a decade, staying busy with his family, his hobby of painting and regular gym workouts.
Julian Clary with Jenny Thomas, on his right, who runs the only Myeloma Support Group in Wales
Clary is soon making goo-goo eyes at Jace, semi-accurately described by disgusted Simon as a "dyed-blond wannabe Goth weirdo".
Clary joined the company in September 2010 as manager of corporate accounting and served most recently as corporate controller.
His pattern of failure, exile, and return, repeated in the Texas Revolution, during the decade of Texian independence, and again in the first year of the Mexican War was closely linked with defining Mexico, and with it, Clary argues, Mexican nationalism.