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lupin

(US), lupine
any leguminous plant of the genus Lupinus, of North America, Europe, and Africa, with large spikes of brightly coloured flowers and flattened pods

lupin

leguminous plant; arouses passion. [Plant Folklore: Boland, 9]

lupin

traditional symbol of voracity. [Plant Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 175]
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They are also evaluated like any other professional working in Lupin," says Kamal Sharma, their mentor and Vice Chairman.
Buying Gavis would give it access to 66 generic drugs for which the New Jersey firm has sought approval, representing a potential market value of $ 9 billion, Lupin said.
Woe betide restaurateurs who don't warn diners of the presence of a bit of lupin in their meal.
To make the lupin edible for human consumption different modern and traditional processing methods have been developed.
Aphids are great fans of lupins and like to suck sap from them to the point where the lupin will wilt.
They wish to expand the clinical studies of lupins into different populations such as Oman.
Lupins are legumes, a principal source of vegetable protein in the human diet, and they are rich in fiber and polyphenols.
Lupins come in a huge range of colours and bicolours, last well when cut, and are great plant partners for delphiniums and Oriental poppies.
despite your views on Lupins, I wish you could be here
This is indicative of the varied and higher elevations at which lupins grow in Greece.