from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In Porto Rico and Spanish America, the coffee-senna, Cassia occidentalis. See Cassia, 1, and negro coffee (under coffee).
  • In New Mexico, the creosote-bush, Covillea tridentata. See Larrea.


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  • A pool known as "agua hedionda," "stinking water," had long suggested petroleum, and an American company known as the West Indies Petroleum Mining and

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