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(Bot.) a shrubby species of Spiræa (Spiræa hypericifolia) with many clusters of small white flowers along the slender branches.

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Demonstrations against financial adviser Joseph Cala - Varghese is in Singapore - are likely to take place, and the Italian may stay away.
Although the suspicion that an Italian may have participated in the murder has not been confirmed, the cooperation with Europol continues.
Ask Italian may be one of the big high street restaurant chains, but for us, our experience was personal and special.
Manolo Gabbiadini, the man signed to replace the crocked Charlie Austin, has himself been injured and Claude Puel gave the impression yesterday that the Italian may have to settle for a place on the bench.
The Italian may have manners that could have been taken straight out of the pages of Debrett's - but therein lies the secret of his success.
In the greater scheme of things the Italian may not be too upset by Leicester's exit, although he would be unlikely to admit it.
However, the Italian may have to start from the back of the grid after kicking Marquez off his bike as a long-running war of words spilled over at the Malaysian Grand Prix last weekend.
The Italian may have kept the club in the Premier League, but the wheels fell off just five games into the new season following a player revolt.
And while Sturridge admits the Italian may never fully evade the spotlight, he has urged people not to be over-critical of the 24-year-old.
The Italian may be a fruitcake but he is cute enough to know that clubs continue to take a gamble on him because he has a decent goals record, with 88 in 223 senior appearances.
The former Barcelona midfielder worked with Tottenham's director of football Franco Baldini during his time in charge of Roma and the Italian may well feel he can get Spurs playing attractive football and gaining the right results.
The Italian may also develop a similar role to the one he performed under Fabio Capello for England and become a sounding board for Spurs players and their agents.
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