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snow·bell

 (snō′bĕl′)
n.
Any of various shrubs or trees of the genus Styrax, having bell-shaped white flowers. Some species are cultivated as ornamentals, and some are used as a source of the resin benzoin. Also called storax.

snowbell

(ˈsnəʊˌbɛl)
n
(Plants) any shrub or tree of the genus Styrax
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Noun1.snowbell - small tree native to Japan
styrax - any shrub or small tree of the genus Styrax having fragrant bell-shaped flowers that hang below the dark green foliage
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Those growing at the highest altitudes, for example near the summit of Ben Lawers, including the dwarf juniper (Juniperus communis nana ) and the Aalpine snowbell, (Soldanella alpina) have to cope with strong winds and rapidly changing weather conditions, so they tend to grow in sheltered rock crevices.
However, the clan's cat Snowbell isn't happy, and plots to get rid of the mouse.
George isn't thrilled about the prospect of a rodent brother while Stuart has a close run in with the pampered family cat Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane).
George isn't particularly thrilled about the prospect of a rodent brother while Stuart has a close run in with the pampered family cat Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane).
George isn't particularly thrilled about the prospect of a rodent brother, while Stuart, left, has a close run-in with the pampered family cat Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane).
Meanwhile, Stuart has a close run-in with the pampered family cat Snowbell (voiced by Nathan Lane).
japonica], Japanese snowbell, 1862 (KN:48; TH1863; SBP1889; Sargent 1888b).
For example, Pseudoscymnus sylvaticus mothers lay their eggs on galls of certain aphid species (Tuberocephalus sasakii, which forms galls on cherry tree leaves, or Ceratovacuna nekoashi, which forms galls on fruits of Japanese snowbell, Styrax japonica), and the hatched larvae forage exclusively on the aphids in the gall.
Halesia carolina I DON'T often come across the snowbell tree, but when I do, I think it should be planted more often.
Sbrogna, 34, of 8 Snowbell Lane, Worcester, charged with larceny over $250 by a single scheme, continued without a finding for 6 months, ordered to pay $4,700 restitution.
Whereas, QA systems such as Answers.com [1], provides the exact answer; "Snowbell" as shown in Figure 1 (b).
Styrax (also known as Japanese Snowbell) trees were transplanted by the Fisheries Building at the University, and several Japanese White Pines were transplanted near George Washington Boulevard.