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offshoot

Botany a shoot or branch growing from the main stem of a plant
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Qatar Holdings, an offshoot of the Qatar Investment Authority, will procure 338m new Iberdrola shares at a discounted price of 5.
Ron Hubbard some 50 years ago as a spiritual offshoot to his book ``Dianetics,'' which dealt with resolving psychological conflicts.
ACROBATIC and kinetic as sparking severed power lines, clowning and its offshoot dance movement krumping are unbelievably engaging movie subjects.
It has been added to the Rim of the Valley Trail Corridor and offshoot trails are in place.
Something of a doomsday scenario played out Wednesday for the Dodgers, who learned their top two targets, Garciaparra and Ordonez, might be traded for each other in an offshoot of the Alex Rodriguez-Manny Ramirez saga.
Their company, Totally Bamboo, has since branched out - or should we say started an offshoot line?
The ad, produced by an offshoot of the Traditional Values Coalition, claims Schwarzenegger and Davis share identical outlooks on abortion, gay adoptions and taxes.