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The group has asked the panel for an injunction to prevent juniper cutting until the appeal process is complete.
The smooth-sipping spirit is a mixed drink natural with a prominent nose of citrus zest and muted juniper notes, and is currently available in more than a dozen states and counting.
In essence, aquavit is like a gin flavored with caraway or dill rather than juniper.
The trail starts along an old road that winds through junipers and piñon pines, then dips into a wash.
The area where the body was found Saturday is primarily high desert wilderness, where hikers wander freely among sagebrush, old-growth juniper and volcanic rock.
These sips are made the traditional way, in glass goblets showcasing exciting garnishes, like juniper berries and edible flowers.
Soon, the K-9s became interested in the juniper lining the roadside.
The resulting gin blends foraged fennel and California bay laurel with juniper, long pepper, rose petals, and ginger for floral and licorice flavors.
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Definition of juniper for English Language Learners
: an evergreen shrub or tree that has tiny fruits that look like berries
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