Juvia

Ju´vi`a


n.1.(Bot.) A Brazilian name for the lofty myrtaceous tree (Bertholetia excelsa) which produces the large seeds known as Brazil nuts.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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In it, she used a palette from an independent brand called Juvia's Place.
The Juvia's Place branding features Queen Nefertiti and black women along with the names of the products.
And some stores will get Juvia's Place, a makeup line with bright pigments suitable for all skin tones.
"We encourage staff to recommend cachaca as a substitute for other spirits like rum, mostly so guests can experience its versatility," says Zarko Stankovik, beverage director at the 240-seat Juvia Miami Beach and the 99-seat Sushi Garage.
Juvia offers Leblon cachaca for $12 a pour; it's also used in the Caipirinha as well as the signature cocktail the Telenovela ($17) where it's combined with mezcal, lime, agave, passion fruit puree and cilantro.
A 14-year-old from North Royalton, Ohio, Veeramani successfully spelled "juvia" and "stromuhr" to become the bee's 83rd champion and defeat Shantanu Srivatsa of West Fargo, N.D.
Dillon also announced Kiehl's would join its lineup along with Juvia's Place, a mass market brand with bold colors for all skin tones.
She spelled "juvia", a Brazil nut, in a round before the last stage.