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The Wordos didn't even do a group breakfast, but I had a good time breakfasting with robvagle and Ximenia (whose name I am 99% sure I am misspelling).
A shrub savanna occurs on the gently rolling plains between the sand ridges and is mainly composed of Dichrostachys cinerea, Grewia flava, G. flavescens, Acacia mellifera, Bauhinia macrantha, Ximenia caffra, and Commiphora pyracanthoides.
Deinbollia borbonica (Mbwakambwaka), Ximenia caffra (Mtundwi), and Balanitbes aegyptiaca (Mkonga)
LIGHTHELM, S.P. (1954) A new hydroxy-acid from the oil of Ximenia caffra.
LIGHTHELM, S.P. and SCHWARTZ, H.M. (1950) The isolation of a conjugated unsaturated acid from the oil from Ximenia caffra kernels.
Monophylla, a Carissa, Ximenia, Flacourtia, etc.etc. Ava is a fine town, surrounded with an excellent brick wall: the streets are wide, and kept clean; the houses are regular, and as trees are interspersed, a pleasing effect is produced.
Two other Verbenaceae, a curious Capparidea, caule laxo, foliis lineari-oblongis, basi hastato-cordatis, and a Ximenia are common.
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