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cleavers

a Eurasian rubiaceous plant, Galium aparine, having small white flowers and prickly stems and fruits
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cleavers

cleavers

Cleavers is a weed that grows in moist or wet areas, riverbanks etc. It has prickly stems with thin leaves with usually 8 fingers. Leaves, seeds and stem have small velcro-like hook-tipped hairs. White-green flowers have 4 petals. You can consume the whole plant, usually as a tea. Tea is used to purify blood, liver, kidney, bladder. A diuretic, it is often taken to treat skin problems such as seborrhoea, eczema, psoriasis, acne, boils, sunburn and abscesses.. Contains citric acid used for cancer and tumors. Great for detoxifying. If your face is wrinkly and sagging, make a facial wash- it tightens the skin. A great body cleanser, helps lymph system drain toxins and wastes so that they can be excreted by the urinary system, making it great for lymph problems like or lymphatic problems like swollen lymph glands, breast and skin issues, even anti-tumor. Great for treating fluid retention. Helps urinary infections, urinary stones and gravel, arthritis and gout. Seeds make great coffee substitute. When dried and slightly roasted- tastes almost exactly like coffee.
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The FC-60RM-C and FC-60S fiber cleaver significantly reduce the need for maintenance and service by extending the maximum life of the cleaver blade to 144,000 cleaves after making factory height adjustments with an initial capacity of 48, 000 consecutive cleavers requiring no adjustments.
The accused was asked to leave the premises but picked up two meat cleavers and brandished them at the couple, who were extremely fearful.
Merfyn is an expert with crop walking and he can spot cleavers like a hawk with a telescope.
So gentle it can be eaten as food (as can red clover, cleavers, and cooked nettles), Burdock moistens the body and can be used for dry skin conditions such as eczema, it balances blood sugar, and it also makes a great tonic for both the liver and kidneys.
The ditzy TV presenter (Renee Zellweger) finds herself once again torn between Mark Darcy, the faithful but arrogant lawyer, played by Colin Firth, and Daniel Cleaver, the charming cheat, alias Hugh Grant.
The fluroxpyr component in XL rapidly knocks down even sizeable cleavers.
Mok was able to board flight 1259 in Miami with the meat cleavers in his carry-on.
The Cleavers are in a good position to do so, since they've got a fair amount of cash to stash someplace: between 1979 and1981, interest income for individuals and institutions shot up 42 percent, until it accounted for 13 percent of all personal income.
Prices range from $6 to $17 for carbon blades, $10 to $27 for stainless, and $30 to $50 for good-quality high-carbon stainless (however, European-made Chinese-style cleavers can cost as much as $ 80).
The automated cleavers ultimately allow the user to streamline the cleaving process undisrupted to cleave single or multiple fibers with maximum precision and time efficiency.
The National Crop Weed Survey of farmers across the UK showed that in 2002 a massive 99% of winter wheat was reported as being infested by cleavers.
Alcoa's AFL Telecommunications announces the release of two fiber cleavers designed for small diameter and high tensile strength fiber splicing.