Cynara

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Cynara

woman to whom Dowson is faithful in his thoughts even when consorting with others. [Br. Poetry: Barnhart, 301]
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And artichoke thistle is allelopathic, meaning it exudes chemicals that keep other plants from growing under its canopy, so it tends to become a mono-culture," Pryor stated.
He added, "In some areas, artichoke thistle has such a grip that it turned grasslands into zero habitat value for the native flora and fauna.
On October 27, 1993, the artichoke thistle story reached a climactic turning point: an enormous wildfire.