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Each bar contains cleansing agents and the same ingredients that your typical bottle of shampoo calls out for specific hair types, like juniper oil to neutralize oily hair and sea salt to liven up fine hair.
The fire is burning through grasses and pinion juniper on both sides of the road.
Chef Patrick Jacobus concocts this gelato out of juniper brittle, white sage, elderberries, and red and white currants.
No mere afterthought, her panna cotta sits on a low base of semolina cake and is decked out with pink grapefruit fillets and grapefruit marmalade spiced with red juniper berries.
Intoxicating flowers and sharp citrus contribute to the warm feeling Diptyque has channeled into the fragrance, which is composed of orange blossom, angelica root, patchouli, and juniper berry.
The map was developed for the final environmental analysis of the juniper project.
Fall and spring itineraries begin in Prescott, with cyclists traveling through the chaparral, piñon, juniper and ponderosa forests to the 54-mile Skull Valley Loop cycling challenge.
When Kenney and her husband bought their Southeast Portland house 22 years ago, the yard was stuck in the 1960s with a lawn, junipers and rhodies.
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JUNIPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of juniper for English Language Learners
: an evergreen shrub or tree that has tiny fruits that look like berries
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