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About 200 feet away, a sniper hidden in a honeysuckle thicket took aim through a telescopic sight on his rifle.
The brightness of the accompanying Pinot Grigio, with notes of white peach and floral honeysuckle, worked well with the skewers.
Along with the buckthorn, the land also was home to the invasive honeysuckle, garbage and rock piles, officials said.
The home is delightfully British, with a brick and timber façade and a cute garden with honeysuckle, roses, lavender, and irises.
A honeysuckle fragrant Pinot Gris ($14.48) and a juicy Sauvignon Blanc ($13.48) were pleasant, but nothing special.
Examples: Rwandan white tip tea with honeysuckle syrup, topped with a bit of thyme, looks beerily golden.
Scent has such a powerful ability to transport you through time and space: the sweet smell of Gardenia might be pure Southern summer of 1998, or a whiff of honeysuckle could take you straight to springtime in Venice.
Our personal favorite among the scents is Drunk on Youth, which is romantic and feminine, with notes of honeysuckle and crisp apple.
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