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(1) The smallest rentable tenant space in a strip center, usually defined by the front and rear exterior walls and fire walls at either side.(2) An unfinished area between rows of columns or loadbearing walls. (3) Loading areas in warehouse or industrial space. Ascertaining the number of bays necessary and available is usually critically important when working with buyers or potential tenants of such space.

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Stenka sighed as he and Sergio cut a large branch from Baba Yaga's bayberry tree, then trudged toward the cave.
Carotenoids were much higher in fruits from bittersweet and multiflora rose than in any of the other shrub species, whereas tocopherols were highest in fruits from bayberry and arrowwood, moderately high in bittersweet, winterberry, multiflora rose, and Virginia creeper, and lowest in chokeberry (Fig.
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Citriodora), lavender (Lavandula angustifolia), and bayberry (Myrica cerifera), all of which thrive in southern New Jersey, are effective against biological agents such as bacteria and fungi (Amirghofran et al.
And many people still think bayberry candles are the best.
Henry Cecil made his first Gowran Park entry with Bayberry for today's Denny Cordell Memorial (the four-year-old does not run) and Sir Mark Prescott has entered Straw Bear for the Eastwood Bookmakers Race tomorrow, although the Newmarket trainer reports him unlikely to travel.
extracts; Application of plant extracts and synthetic antioxidants for rapeseed oil stabilization; Extraction of aromatic and medicinal plants with supercritical carbon dioxide; Physiology of red bayberry during preharvest and harvest time; Current trends in postharvest technology; Injury of red bayberry during storage and transportation; Development of irradiation system to enhance postharvest quality of vegetables; Influence of chilling injury on horticultural commodities; Storage technology to improve fruit and vegetable quality performance; Harvest season changes the textural and compositional quality of l ong-term harvested green asparagus from mother stalk culture; Influence of intermittent warming treatments on postharvest quality of araza fruit.
It's the wretched Christmas pageant, Plymley, and the whole bayberry scented ball of wax
Long term care employers, like myself, care deeply abot the health and welfare of our employees, and we realize that the health and well being of our patients is tied directly to the health of our caregivers," testified Russ, administrator of Bayberry Care Center in New Rochelle, N.
When I was running for office in 1994, I was knocking on doors and one gentleman on Bayberry pulled me aside and pointed to all the holes in the street.
Contains: Water, sugars, apple juice concentrate, botanical extracts such as ginseng, bayberry bark and prickly ash bark.
Some favorites include spring-flowering bulbs--hyacinth, narcissus, regal lilies; flowering shrubs--viburnum, French lilac, summersweet, sweetbay magnolia, mock orange; flowering vines--honeysuckle, autumn clematis, climbing roses; flowering groundcovers--lily of the valley; herbaceous perennials--hosta, carnations, peonies; annuals--sweet alyssum, stock; and foliage plants--mint, thyme, basil, scented geraniums, bayberry, juniper.