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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.
Flowers wore a bright honeysuckle suit with black lapels and some majorly ’80s shoulder pads.
The aroma of honeysuckle every summer would remind him of his boyhood home.
Many shrubs from tropical and subtropical climates — such as hibiscuses, angel’s trumpets, tibouchina, bougainvillea, cape honeysuckle, night-blooming jasmine and many others — will continue to grow and bloom until the weather gets cold.
Just like some people think cilantro tastes like soap, some can't stand wines that have notes of honeysuckle or minerals.
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