Savin

[photocopiers] Savin was incorporated in 1959 by Max M. and Robert K.Low (the company was named for Max Low`s son-in-law, Robert S. Savin) and was run by Low`s son, Robert K. Low (Finance,management and marketing) and E. Paul Charlap (research and development). It was known primarily for its line of liquid toner photocopiers, which set it a...
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Savin

(Juniperus) This group consists of evergreen shrubs and trees that are found wild throughout Europe, North America, Asia, the West Indies, Canary Islands, and eastern Africa. Some are hardy, some are small enough for the rock garden, some are good foundation plants, and some grow into trees of medium size. Junipers, as they are commonly called, are...
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Savin

archaic or obsolete terms > Herbs & Plants: A coniferous shrub (Juniperus Sabina). It is a compact bush, with dark-coloured foliage, and produces small berries having a glaucous bloom. Its bitter, acrid tops are sometimes used in medicine for gout, amenorrhœa, and it was a popular abortifacient.
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savin

Juniperus sabina noun procumbent or spreading juniper
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Savin

• (n.) Alt. of Savine
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savin

(from the article `juniper`) ...important ornamental and timber tree of eastern North America is the eastern red cedar (q.v.; J. virginiana), whose fragrant wood is made into ...
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Savin

The common savin (Juniperus Sabina) is a dwarf procumbent shrub of the Juniper genus. It emits a disagreeable odour when bruised, the tops of the twigs sometimes being used in pharmaceutical oils as diuretics.
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