Noun(1) succulent plants having rosettes of leaves usually with fiber like hemp and spikes of showy flowers; found chiefly in Africa
(1) All of these constituents are aromatic indicating that the cinnamon oil, the oil of anise star and the linalool oil of aloe wood all emanate from the powder composition.(2) The margin of the aloe leaf is usually lifted with teeth having a sharp terminal spine on the end of each leaf.(3) The foundation (which comes in nine shades) and the concealer (three shades) go on smoothly and absorb excess oil, but they also have soothing aloe and chamomile to reduce redness around breakouts.(4) Go to your local nursery and buy an aloe plant now, so that you will have the thick gel to use when the weather really heats up.(5) People have known about the medicinal value of aloe for thousands of years.(6) Preferring a limestone-rich soil, American aloe requires full sun.(7) Using toner also helps combat oil buildup (Olay's contains witch hazel and aloe , so it won't dry out your skin).(8) We would like to see important products, like sago, rattan, and aloe wood being protected for future use, and the area that we set aside for production use could be used by logging companies if proper agreements can be made.(9) I was too numb to feel the cool touch of the aloe to my skin.(10) It's the middleman who used to buy Sam's aloe wood; Sam still owes him 6,000 baht for helping pay his poaching fine.(11) The leaf of the aloe plant contains 12 different vitamins and 20 different minerals as part of its 200 active compounds.(12) The dog watched her search through her cloak to find the aloe .(13) Galster walks up to the owner, a middle-aged Iraqi with a clipped rectangular mustache, and explains that he wants to export aloe wood to the United States.(14) In Thailand, the problem is most severe in Khao Yai National Park, said to be one of the world's best sources of high-quality sandalwood, a species of aloe wood.(15) The resort itself is hidden amongst lagoons, trees and plants from the Mediterranean and warmer climates such as the American Aloe or the Yucca.(16) As far as I know I've never smelled bitter aloes but the name suggests the smell I have in mind.
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