heath family

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In a response to questions from the ECHO, Craig Parkinson, chief operating officer at the Heath Family MAT, said: "The former Executive Principal did receive significant increases as she transitioned from the head of the Heath School to Executive Principal of the Trust.
It is a member of the heath family, which includes rhododendrons, azaleas, heaths and heathers.
Secondly, honey made from tansy ragwort, nightshade plants, the heath family, mountain laurel, and the Rhododendron and Azalea families can be toxic.
Turns out the very same word tripped up her rival, too - but Esther Ranjbar, also 10, missed only that word and one other, arbutus (which, in case you don't know, is a trailing plant of the heath family).
We celebrated Loyalist Day with a Church Service at Weston Presbyterian Church, home church to the Heath family. Margaret Taylor organized the event and several Branch members participated in the service.
When the Heath family decided to go into the retail side after four generations of farming making it local was something they felt strongly about.
I vaguely knew that blueberry plants were in the Heath family, but cranberries?
At the Presidio near San Francisco, the Army is endeavoring to protect and transplant the only known specimen of Raven's manzanita (genus Arctostaphylos), a rare shrub of the heath family. At Wright-Patterson Air Force Base outside Dayton, Ohio, a team of volunteers planted 3,600 native prairie wildflower seedlings on a 100-acre site as the first step in a plan to recreate an example of the globally endangered tallgrass prairie.
Pacific madrone is a member of the Ericaceae or Heath Family. It goes by a variety of names including the Spanish madrono, jarrito, and mansanita, as well as the English terms madrona, laurel, strawberry tree and arbutus.
It is now an academy school linked to the Heath Family Trust.
Danny, from a fighting Small Heath family, had only two fights as a professional but was well known on the amateur circuit.