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  • Domaly Spiced Cranberry Sugar Scrub is made with Cranberry Seeds, shea butter and cane sugar.

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  • All its people were poor, for their fields were barren, and they had little trade; but the poorest of them all were two brothers called Scrub and Spare.

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  • The boy flushed at the name Scrub, but he recovered himself immediately.

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  • All its inhabitants were poor, for their fields were barren, and they had little trade; but the poorest of them all were two brothers called Scrub and Spare, who followed the cobbler's craft.

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  • It's called Scrub Med, and I confess, I found them because they are local and when I was in nursing school we had to get our scrubs from them only ones that had exactly that OHSU green.

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  • On the conquest of the town by the Anglo-Saxons it received the name of Scrobbes - byrig; that is to say Scrub-burgh, or a town in a scrubby or bushy district, and, in the Saxon Chronicle, Scrobbesbyrig-scire is mentioned, now corrupted or polished into Shropshire.

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  • But, Amy P [not my one] goes "Scrub" and Mr Webbe said "Oh as in dirty etc?"

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  • Once or twice one of the boldest of his class addressed him as "Scrub," but he felt safe in ignoring the insult.

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  • The horse they named "Scrub," because he could never be, under any circumstance, anything but a broken-down, plain-looking animal.

    Beautiful Joe

  • "Scrub" this morning at the class, so she must have changed after lunch, which was an unheard of thing to do for a mere stroll on the green.

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