The trial was livestreamed on the Internet and the controversy was “front page news every day” in the magnolia State.
magnolia Bakery, Georgetown Cupcake, and Sprinkles were all gaining scale.
Week after week he poked fun at the beasts of the "magnolia Jungle," reckoning it was a waste of time to deliver sermons.
Distributed by magnolia Pictures in September 2010, the quasi-documentary grossed a pathetic $400,000 at the domestic box office.
In magnolia (1999)—“a smorgasbord of pleasure, that movie”—he played opposite Tom Cruise as a nurse.
It is much simpler to assume that Greenland changed—as a vast amount of evidence indicates—than that the magnolia changed.
Back of the village was the forest of pine, magnolia, and live-oak.
Well, what did that young rascal do but grow a beard and hire out as a waiter in the magnolia Hotel.
Near the house we found some magnolia leaves that were nearly a foot long.
"The magnolia—yes," answered Alice, as her sister led the children up to her.
plant genus, 1748, from Magnolius, Latinized name of Pierre Magnol (1638-1715), French physician and botanist, professor of botany at Montpellier. As the name of a color, by 1931.