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Wine & Scores - Various - Manna Reserve 2008 (CD)

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  1. Daijar says:
    The Manna Reserve by Christ's Church Las Vegas is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial International License.
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  4. Vikree says:
    Apr 08,  · The Arabs preserve the manna in leather gourds and thus save it, like honey, for the future." A chemical analysis of the excretions found they contained a .
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  8. Turamar says:
    Manna, any of a variety of plants and plant products known for their sweet taste. Certain resins produced by the camel’s thorn plant (Alhagi maurorum) are known as manna; it is a spiny-branched shrub less than 1 metre (about 3 feet) tall and is native to Turkey. An edible white honeylike substance known as manna forms drops on the stem of salt cedars, or French tamarisk trees (Tamarix gallica).
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