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Synonyms for dill

aromatic Old World herb having aromatic threadlike foliage and seeds used as seasoning

aromatic threadlike foliage of the dill plant used as seasoning

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She is survived by four daughters, Donna Hargreaves and her husband, Howard, of Lunenburg, Linnea Blood and her husband, Bruce, of Leominster, Jane Bernard and her wife, Donna, of Rutland and Dorothy Bissonnette Maese of Leominster; her siblings, Dorothy Tracy of Sterling and Fred Dilling of Marlboro; seven grandchildren, Courtney Hughes, Brad Hargreaves, Tessa Blood, Sarah Bossellman, Andi Lynn Hunter, Cathia Westlake and Malaina Bissonnette; nine great-grandchildren; her step-children, Jacqueline Smith, Janice Velez and Robert Figueira, all of Connecticut, Edward Figueira of Massachusetts and Jeanne Miller of Pennsylvania; numerous nieces, nephews and friends.
Dilling, August 2 (SUNA) - The funds provided by the Agricultural Bank of Sudan to the farmers in Dilling locality for the current agricultural season totaled 8,189,759 pounds.
Today, physicians rarely remove lungs due to infections, Dilling said.
She was predeceased by her brothers: Raymond Dilling, Bernard Dilling, Ernest Dilling and Wilford Dilling and by her sisters: Pauline Dilling and Shirley Rogers.
Dilling of North Brookfield; a daughter, Cheryl Pajka of Douglas; three sisters: Loretta "Peggy" Ledger, Myrtle Robello & Ruth Miner, all of North Brookfield; 3 grandchildren: Nathan Pajka, Jennifer & Drew Dilling; many nieces & nephews.
Kendall; five sons, Alex Ditinno and his wife, Dee, Dennis Ditinno and his wife, Carol, and David Ditinno and his wife, Sandy, all of Florida, Steven Garry of Northboro, and Daniel Kendall and his wife, Brenda of Fitchburg; a daughter, Gail (Kendall) Beauchemin and her husband, Lester, of Leominster; two brothers, Fred Dilling of Marlboro and Howard Dilling of Bolton; two sisters, Ruth Figueria of Leominster and Dorothy A.