boronia


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boronia

(bəˈrəʊnɪə)
n
(Plants) any aromatic rutaceous shrub of the Australian genus Boronia
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Based in Boronia, Victoria IDT is commercialising a portfolio of specialty generic drugs with aggregate addressable markets of over US$800 million.
Based in Boronia, Victoria IDT is commercializing a portfolio of specialty generic drugs with aggregate addressable markets of over US$800 million.
Boronia are currently occupying berths to load/ offload Containers, Chemical, Iron ore and Furnace oil respectively during last 24 hours.
In Boronia Pre-release Centre for Women, (6) for example, women are encouraged to lead constructed rather than structured days (7) and a high proportion of prisoners take part in education and work programs.
Boronia tiles are inspired by imprints of forest flowers.
15: CRISTY'S CALL (M C Hussey, 6-1) 1; Vim (7-2f) 2; Boronia (40-1) 3.
Two bouquets of Australian flowers are proving popular: the Beautiful Boronia bouquet and the Banksia Bouquet.
Mobilong Independent Living Units (South Australia), u 8u[umlaut] Bunbury and Boronia (Western Australia) and other prerelease centers around Australia, cottage-style accommodations have been used.
Elspeth Ballantyne, who played Meg Morris, recently took on the role of Maxine Daniels in the 2011 film Boronia Backpackers - the second in a series about two middle-aged men from Melbourne who go around the world.
The chapter on fragrant medicines includes native myrtles, Boronia as a perfume crop, lillipillies and the medicinal Malay apple with details of pharmacological studies into Syzygium.
Sometimes it seems it has been airbrushed from history - and that is not just Boronia at our achievement being overlooked by the Cockneycentric mass media.