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Synonyms for Calluna

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Questions Grant Reid, owner of Calluna Ethical Living, with Jitka Fleglova and Charlotte Fisher who are conducting the waste survey
The National Trust for Scotland's Stuart Brooks said: "If Calluna has been lost, as we fear, it is a sad day for us and Scotland.
If you're working with a traditional decor scheme, a classic wing-back chair - such as our Calluna Striped Accent Chair - will fit the bill perfectly.
Leon: San Emiliano, Torrebarrio, El Ronzon, 30TTN5866 and 30TTN5966, Calluna heath and grasslands, 1890-1950 m asl, 5-VII-2016, E.
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION BY WOODENBRIDGE GOLF CLUB TAKE NOTICE that I, Declan Tanham, whose place of abode is at Calluna, Mullinaveigue, Roundwood, County Wicklow, Secretary of Woodenbridge Golf Club, which occupies premises situate at Woodenbridge, Arklow in the County of Wicklow intend to apply to the District Court sitting at Arklow on the 28th day of September 2016 at half past ten in the morning or so soon thereafter as this application may be taken in its order in the Court list for the renewal of the Certificate of Registration of the above mentioned Club.
Some species (Juniperus communis, Calluna vulgaris and Loiseleuria procumbens) were positively selected only on the EAST side (Table 6).
Calluna vulgaris extract modulates NF-kB/ERK signaling pathway and matrix metalloproteinase expression in SKH-1 hairless mice skin exposed to ultraviolet B irradiation.
Andromeda polifolia, Calluna vulgaris, Ledum palustre, Oxycoccus palustris, Polytrichum strictum, Rhynchospora alba, Vaccinium vitisidaea, Dicranella cerviculata, and Cladonia spp.
Even so, whereas Calluna vulgaris will not tolerate lime at all, Erica vagans is not quite so fussy.
vitis-idaea, Calluna vulgaris, Festuca ovina, Linaria vulgaris, Luzula pilosa and Melampyrum pratense in the dwarf shrub and herb layer, and Dicranum polysetum, D.