sugar gum


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sugar gum

n
(Plants) Austral a small eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus cladocalyx, having smooth bark and barrel-shaped fruits and grown for timber and ornament. It has sweet-tasting leaves which are often eaten by livestock
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The products regarding which procurement MoUs were signed include zinc concentrates and copper concentrates, cotton yarn, frozen fish, linter, cotton and cotton yarn, menthol, castor oil and sugar gum, acrylic tow, Indian granite block and cedrus deodara seed," the ministry stated.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The 2004 Joint Services Operational Ration Forum approved the replacement of sugar gum in the MRE package with xylitol gum.
The embalming substances turned out to include fairly exotic materials, such as oils, beeswax, sugar gum, and tree resins, and were as complex as those used for human mummification.