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woodruff

any of several rubiaceous plants of the genus Galium, esp G. odoratum (sweet woodruff), of Eurasia, which has small sweet-scented white flowers and whorls of narrow fragrant leaves used to flavour wine and liqueurs and in perfumery
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Prior to joining Woodruff Sawyer, Coady was a co-founder of Capstone Insurance, an independent insurance brokerage in Boston, Mass., acquired by Woodruff Sawyer in 2015.
Woodruff is president of the Woodruff Family Law Group in Greensboro.
Woodruff Electric CEO Michael Swan said in a statement that the array will be his co-op's first generation source "directly on our distribution system." He said solar power has become economically feasible, and that co-op members have been asking for it.
Woodruff is an anchor and managing editor of PBS NewsHour.
Department of Transportation traffic engineers have monitored traffic cameras along Woodruff Road to observe traffic patterns and determine when the roadway is most congested.
Woodruff has had a long and storied career as a news anchor and journalist.
In his teens, Woodruff earned an all expenses-paid degree in the School of Computer Science at Bangor University in North Wales, UK, after winning a "hackathon".
In 2008, while living in Bozeman, Mont., Woodruff started a small contracting firm that specialized in solar energy and energy efficiency.
Woodruff says they first need to prove that the concept works with larger ovaries.
Woodruff has worked as a news anchor on ABC since 1996.
In May 2007, she and partner Andrew Fox sat down for a meal with Lee Woodruff, who had just started the Bob Woodruff Foundation with her husband, badly wounded the previous year while reporting from Iraq.