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Noun1.coville - desert shrub of southwestern United States and New Mexico having persistent resinous aromatic foliage and small yellow flowerscoville - desert shrub of southwestern United States and New Mexico having persistent resinous aromatic foliage and small yellow flowers
genus Larrea, Larrea - xerophytic evergreen shrubs; South America to southwestern United States
Sonora gum - acidulous gum resin of the creosote bush
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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Thus even in darkest Africa was the light of German civilization commencing to reflect itself upon the undeserving natives just as at the same period, the fall of 1914, it was shedding its glorious effulgence upon benighted Belgium.
After developing a robust supply chain, Coville created Rock Face to bring its focus on quality and service full-circle, as well as be able to sell products directly to the customers.
In 1919 and 1920, Charles Ponzi defrauded investors of over $4 million, or almost $120 million in 2015 dollars (Altaian, 2008; Coville, 2013; Hussein, 2016).
The group is led by Thomas Coville (Chad Lowe), a man who has a mysterious connection to the Girl of Steel.
Scoville Game coville Game Wilbur Lincoln Scoville was a chemist, award-winning researcher, professor of pharmacology and the second vice-chairman of the American Pharmaceutical Association.
Past pupils include footballers Wayne Rooney and Mick Lyons; military leaders Major-General Peter Chambers, and Air Marshal Sir Christopher Coville, as well as actor David Morrissey.
The production features local Kansas City actors Jennifer Coville, Cori Anne Weber, Stevie Haynes, and Peter Leondedis, and will incorporate multimedia projections to help convey its message of introspection and social accountability.
These species are capable of nesting in different habitats and can build their nests on the ground (Aguiar & Gaglianone, 2003; Rego, Albuquerque, Ramos, & Carreira, 2006), in termite nests (Gaglianone, 2001; Ramos, Mendes, Albuquerque, & Rego, 2007b) and in pre-existing cavities (Krombein, 1967; Coville, Frankie, & Vinson, 1983).
That's when USDA botanist Frederick Coville discovered that blueberry bushes require moist, acidic soil to thrive.
1982) and Unicorns II (1992), The Unicorn Treasury (1988) edited by Bruce Coville, and Peter S.
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