sweetbriar


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sweetbriar:

see sweetbriersweetbrier,
 sweetbriar,
or eglantine
[O. Fr. from Lat.,=needle], wild rose of Europe (Rosa eglanteria), cultivated and now naturalized in the United States.
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Example 10 ST: There is a pomegranate tree in the yard and a thicket of sweetbriar bushes.
Headlining the story are three of the bay area's most sought after female illusionists; Bebe Sweetbriar, Ruby Starr & Sadaisha Shimmers.
The homes at Sweetbriar House in Churchdown, Glos, are let by housing association Jephson, which advised the residents to get new boxes - which seal when they get hot - after an independent consultant's assessment.
'Radsunny' produces bright yellow flowers that fade to white as they age, and the petioles release a strong "sweetbriar" odor (Radler 2001, 2008).
The final eight signs have been put in place at alleyways including Sweetbriar Place, New Phoenix Yard, Old Bakehouse Yard, Beggar Lane and Butcher's Lonnen.
Staffordshire Police is appealing for the man who walked his pet along an alleyway between Hill Street and Sweetbriar Way in Heath Hayes, near Cannock, at around 3.15pm on August 23 to come forward.
Not a pine in the grove there is seen, But with tendrils of woodbine is bound; Not a beech's more beautiful green Bur a sweetbriar entwines it around: Not my fields in the prime of the year, More charms than my cattle unfold; Not a brook that is limpid and clear, But it glitters with fishes of gold.
Rosemary, hollyhocks, coriander, penny royal and sweetbriar were grown about the windows and front yard.
"We did a massive amount of research into ingredients and gave our manufacturer very clear guidelines on what we would and wouldn't use - after all it's not rocket science," says Rhodri, who used experts from a French fragrance house to help blend the unique Bulldog scent, which is packed with at least seven essential oils and a host of natural ingredients including sweetbriar, coriander, basil and tree moss.
The bull dog range is packed with at least seven essential oils and a host of natural ingredients including sweetbriar, coriander, basil and tree moss.
With names such as Sweetbriar, Moccasin, Mukluk, North Star, Yukon and Eager Beaver, their simulated battles and missions were designed to reveal not just the military tactics best suited to specific Arctic spaces but the hazards and potentials of hostile environments more generally.