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some genus Cassia species often classified as members of the genus Senna or genus Chamaecrista

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'It will bring a new positive perspective to Bandar Cassia,' he said.
Engineering company McDermott International Inc (NYSE:MDR) revealed on Thursday the receipt of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) for the Cassia Compression Platform, located southeast off the coast of Trinidad.
Cassia has hired Bauer Design Build of Plymouth to complete about $3.5 million in renovations and repair before relocating the approximately 140 employees in its two headquarters to the Edina office.
In a bowl, whisk the sugar with the eggs, along with the vanilla, cassia, ginger and clementine zest.
Coffee senna (Cassia occidentalis) poisoning in animals.
For instance, Puerto Princesa is known for the Palawan cherry tree or balayong tree (Cassia nodosa), seen in its public spaces.
Mr Abbasi also planted a cassia nodosa tree at the airport.
McDermott International (MDR) announced it has been awarded a detailed engineering and long lead procurement services contract from BP Trinidad & Tobago (BP) for the Cassia C Compression Platform, located 40 miles off the southeast coast of Trinidad and Tobago.
Cassia Pike, of Porthmadog, came on as an 81st minute substitute in the Reds' 2-0 victory over Bristol City Women at the Select Security Stadium in Widnes.
The CASSIA Spy Ring in World War II Austria: A History of the OSS's Maier-Messner Group
Cassia said the people of the archdiocese of Palo were not forsaken by God and he still loves them despite of the disaster.
cassia, popularly known as "cinnamon-china", is a perennial tree native to southern China and is widely cultivated in southern and eastern Asia (Taiwan, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, India, Indonesia, and Malaysia) [28].
G&Co Real Estate Development, a premium property developer based in Dubai, UAE, is showcasing its $2-billion project portfolio - including its Cassia at the Fields development - at the ongoing International Real Estate and Investment Show 2017 (IREIS 2017) in Abu Dhabi.