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bluet:

see maddermadder,
common name for the Rubiaceae, a family of chiefly tropical and subtropical trees, shrubs, and herbs, especially abundant in N South America. The family is important economically for several tropical crops, e.g., coffee, quinine, and ipecac, and for many ornamentals, e.g.
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It also is possible that tandem pairs are more active, and thus, more visible (and more likely to be collected) in later than in earlier stages, or that the large aggregations of familiar bluets at our study site induced lowered efficiency of oviposition (a density-dependent effect seen elsewhere for this species; Moss, 1992).
20) Her father and mother simultaneously and verbally object to Shelley's accusations and remind her how much they all want and love the youngest baby, Bluet, and wouldn't dream of life without her.
Additionally, while forming the mission and purpose of the label, the founding students from the class of 2005 were adamant that BlueT.
But stamina will not be restrained, and so the poem moves outward, really seeing this bluet and finding more and more ways to taste and see the occasion transpiring now.
The items he summarized and commented upon are those by William Law, Richard Fiddes, John Dennis, George Bluet, George Berkeley, Lord Hervey, Adam Smith, and John Brown--but not The True Meaning of the Fable of the Bees.
In full sun, plant early settlers' flowers and herbs such as musk mallow, bellflower, sweet william, Jerusalem cross, Dame's-rocket, sweet cicely, sage, and indispensable Oriental poppy, fortified by the mountain bluet to help prop up its sprawling stems.
The next spring, many of the same families came out again to plant more perennials, adding perennial blue flax, mountain bluet, butter-and-eggs (it's becoming a problem), prairie coneflower, as well as self-sowing wildflowers, including California poppy, bird's-eyes, and fiddleneck.
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Along the way, like a royal carpet welcoming me, were lady slippers, star flowers, bluet, gay wings, bird's-foot violets, jack-in-the-pulpits, azaleas, geraniums and lilies of the valley.
ALL gardens are visited by numerous kinds of wildlife, some attractive and beneficial, like bluet its and butterflies, others devastating and even virtually invisible.
Was it smooth to the eye & touch, or was it surprisingly rough like the surface of coral or a bed of bluet anemones?
Now I'm not a person who works every hour God sends, but I do have better things to do than stuffing bluet it chicks back into their nest every five minutes.