is a native of central Asia and eastern Europe, and is indigenous to the marshes of the mountains of India (Gupta 1964).
It is also possible that druids fantasy contain other ingredients such as Acorus calamus
("Sweet flag", "Calamus
"), Eleutherococcus senticosus (Siberian ginseng), and Piper methysticum (kava, kava-kava) (Dennehy, Tsourounis & Miller 2005; http://www.
Pete Willet is the Owner of Old Timers Guns & Ammo, LLC, located in Calamus
We didn't have to take time to figure out where our refuge was going to go," says Lonnie Goettsch of Calamus
MACROPHYTE TAXA WITH ABBREVIATIONS FOR CCA ANALYSES Taxon * Abbreviation Acorus calamus
7 million 19) Packets of biscuits 20) Silver 21) Uranus 22) Railway 23) Crab 24) Dover 25) The letter 'e' ACROSS: 1 Calamus
A winning combination of Styrax, ladanum and calamus
, it was a sensual, intoxicating blend most befitting a perfume originating from the island of the goddess of love.
The eight traditional Malaysian medicinal plants are Acorus calamus
important as they are in my purpose as emotional expressions for humanity, the special meaning of the Calamus
cluster of LEAVES OF GRASS .
Here, Whitman cloaks same-sex desire in a heterosexual guise; he does not add the more straightforwardly homoerotic Calamus
poems until the third edition, in 1860.
The most important of which are Artemisia arborescens (Sheeba), Acorus calamus
(sweet flag), wild marjoram (thyme) and Allium canadense (wild onion).
describes Gibson's argument (Gibson 2001) of the relation of the phrase lepidus susurrus as an allusion ('un'allusione', 14) to Theocritus' first Idyll and his 'veiled allusion' (una velata allusione, 14) to Egypt in calamus
, while in the paper, both are described (translated?