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garigue

(ɡariɡ) or

garrigue

n
(Plants) open shrubby vegetation of dry Mediterranean regions, consisting of spiny or aromatic dwarf shrubs interspersed with colourful ephemeral species
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The duo hadn't dropped a set in their two prior tournaments, but they were tested on the green clay courts of Charleston, saving a match point against Anabel Medina Garrigues and Yaroslava Shvedova in the semifinals.
At 10.30am today, the German Ambassador to Ireland Matthias Hopfner, the Spanish Ambassador Javier Garrigues Florez and the Charge d'Affaires with the French Embassy in Ireland Mr Philippe Rai will join with the Mayor to sign the book.
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