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any of several evergreen shrubs of the genus Arbutus of temperate Europe and America

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Originally from Stratford-upon-Avon, Anthony has become one of Britain's leading chefs, winning Michelin stars as chef/director of Putney Bridge and, within a year of opening, for his own two restaurants: Arbutus in Soho and Wild Honey in Mayfair.
Clockwise | from top left: Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire'; silver birch; arbutus unedo and acer griseum Main pic: Jonathan Buckley
Grimes's steep ascent to popularity began on Arbutus Records, an "artistcommunity" birthed from Montreal's DIY scene in the late '00s.
Suddenly, tons of eyes were on Grimes' local label, Arbutus, and its eclectic roster of experimentalists: Doldrums, Blue Hawaii, BRAIDS and, of course, TOPS, whose approach to songwriting was strikingly conventional compared to that of their contemporaries.
As for shrubs, Bell recommends the varieties below, which are followed by their scientific names: Dwarf Strawberry bush, Arbutus unedo Compacta; Wild lilac, Ceanothus Victoria; Rockrose, Cistus x hybridus; Sunrose, Helianthemum nummularium; Flowering currant, Ribes sanguineum; and Lavender, Lavandula spp.
Killarney card cases frequently make use of unusual woods, such as yew and arbutus, and are generally inlaid with contrasting woods, sometimes forming typically Irish motifs like harps and clover.
Nearly 90 brands are on display in the Chic and Trendy zone, from Hong Kong's Arbutus, France's Elle to Denmark's Lego.
Water less-thirsty trees (like Arbutus 'Marina', carob, and Chinese pistache) about once a month.
Mayor's Grove is located in the north part of the park, between Arbutus Drive and Heywood Street, adjacent to the playing field.
If winter fruits are your thing then miniature strawberry-like red fruits ripening on the Arbutus unedo (strawberry tree) or the laden clusters of red berries of the cotoneaster salicifolius will fit.
The store also features an array of Swiss watch brands including Gemtique, Buler, Blauling, Temporis, Daniel Hechter, Arbutus, K&Bros and Gullan.
Currently confirmed to participate are Anthony Demetre, Wild Honey and Arbutus Restaurants, London, U.
The dialogue was sponsored by the Marianist Social Justice Collaborative and hosted by the Oblate Sisters of Providence at their center in Arbutus, a Baltimore suburb.
Professor Ed Coyle, director of the Arbutus Center for the Integration of Research and Education, is unveiling a new application that allows fans sitting in the stands of an athletic event to access video replays, up-to-the-second statistics, player bios, play-by-play analysis and a wealth of other information designed to enhance the thrill of the game.
Although some hardy trees, olive and eucalyptus, arbutus and oak have survived with fresh green growth tipping the tops of their branches and shoots rising from roots, many mountain sides between Tripoli and Kalamata are lined with row on row of skeletal, blackened trunks and many pines and fruit trees are gone for good.