white gum


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white gum

n
(Plants) any of various Australian eucalyptus trees with whitish bark
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Tesco has lopped [pounds sterling]4 off the multipack of Nicorette Icy White gum for the past couple of weeks, offering it for a full [pounds sterling]5 less than Asda.
Orbit White gum partnered with Bright Pink again to continue its dedication to spreading the importance of making health and wellness a daily priority; being proactive about breast health should be as routine as regularly chewing gum to brighten your smile.
What do Nabisco Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil Wheat Thins, Vlasic Kosher Dill Spears, and Orbit Bubblemint White Gum have in common?
It has unmistakable white gum drop flowers and deep green, trifoliate, shamrock leaves.
My gums were then protected with a white gum which was applied around the roots of my teeth and then hardened with a quick zap of the light source.
MIS forest plantation companies have planted huge areas of the "ice cream" of pulpwood crops (Tasmanian Blue Gum), and have pioneered domestic and exotic sawlog-veneer-fragrance oil-biomass crops such as Sydney Blue Gum, Dunn's White Gum, Teak, African and Red Mahogany, Indian and Australian Sandalwood, She and Silky Oak and Paulownia.
Here in Castlemaine, a bridge in White Gum Road was rebuilt which now provides improved access to the growing residential area and removes the 15 tonne load limit which was on the original bridge.