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  • noun

Synonyms for cinnamon

tropical Asian tree with aromatic yellowish-brown bark

spice from the dried aromatic bark of the Ceylon cinnamon tree

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The researchers gave the participants capsules containing either cinnamon or wheat four.
Cinnamons gift certificates, and one lucky customer will win a one-year supply of original cinnamon rolls (one four-pack per month for 12 months).
Cinnamons a strong representation in the state of Tennessee.
Cinnamons products in Triarc Restaurant Group restaurants, and an additional one-half of one percent of gross sales of full concept bakeries developed by TJ Holding Company, Inc.
Cinnamons gourmet beverage program featuring a full line of fine coffees and a variety of teas.
Cinnamons has focused a portion of its business plan on the expansion of distribution through non-traditional retailing environments.
Cinnamons (Nasdaq Small Cap: TJCI) has announced that its Original Gourmet Cinnamon Roll is now being offered as part of continental breakfast on certain Delta Airlines morning flights out of the Atlanta hub.
Cinnamons entered into its first new franchise agreement on Feb.
Cinnamons bakery in the New York area and the opening represents a new market for us.
Cinnamons bakery to work within several potential settings.
Cinnamons franchise bakery opened recently in Boston's historic Faneuil Hall marketplace.
Cinnamons recently completed its initial public offering on Nasdaq.
Cinnamon Shore, a $235 million project headed by developer Jeff Lamkin, a Texas native, is located near the town of Port Aransas on the storied Mustang Island, just a half-hour's drive south of Corpus Christi.
Cinnamon brand called Cinnachips(TM), has shipped product to 68 Price/Costco stores in Northern and Southern California from its recently opened Santa Ana plant.