Sanguinaria


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Una feudalita selvaggia vi sminuzza l'impero in minime tirannie, una sanguinaria incoscienza vi fa della guerra l'unica industria e della strage il supremo divertimento: i suoi monumenti sono ancora di teschi, le sue vie segnate da ossa.
Some have simply fallen out of popularity in favour of different herbs based on greater physiological understanding, while others such as Ignatia, Gelsemium, Aconitum, Cactus and Sanguinaria are now used preferentially in homeopathic potencies, in some cases their use in material doses having been scheduled.
Por otra parte, en Abril rojo se nos recuerda (236) que las mujeres tendieron a ser las mas sanguinarias y fanaticas terroristas, aunque--al igual que en Rosa Cuchillo, por cierto--falten ejemplos narrativos de ello: Edith sera solo sospechosa, y finalmente victima, de los crimenes, despues de haber sido asimismo violada (como Angicha, como Miriam en La hora azul) por un servidor de la autoridad.
If you look at the leaves you see similarities with Sanguinaria canadensis, (Canadian bloodroot) and the root system has the same 'quest forth' attitude as Romneya coulteri, the California tree poppy.
It also transforms Melchiorre's and his cousin Garibaldo's symmetrical rivalry for Asmara's love into a sado-masochistic fantasy positioning Italo symmetrically between Queen Luana, "una donna sanguinaria e bellissima, che dopo averlo fatto prigioniero cercava di farlo parlare adescandolo con le sue grazie," and the "dedizione della schiava Nubia," who helps Italo escape to accomplish his mission and bring "la luce della civilta di Roma al popolo oppresso dalla tirannica regina [.
Further observations on the freshwater alga Flintiella sanguinaria Ott in Bourrelly 1970 (Rhodophycophyta, Porphyridales).
Clear ontogenetic descriptions of homeotic shifts between petals and stamens are Sanguinaria, with an extra whorl of petals (Papaveraceae: Lehmann & Sattler, 1993) and Actaea (Ranunculaceae: Lehmann & Sattler, 1994), petals transformed into stamens in Macleaya (Papaveraceae: Ronse Decraene & Smets, 1990b), stamens occupying the position of petals in Saraca and Swartia of the Leguminosae (Tucker, 1988b), Dichapetalum (Dichapetalaceae: Breteler, 1973; Figs.
CANADIAN bloodroot, also known as Sanguinaria Canadensis, doesn't sound a particularly attractive plant
In addition, Hauser is now producing sanguinaria extract, the active anti-plaque ingredient in Viadent(R) toothpaste and oral rinse for Colgate Oral Pharmaceuticals.
Il suicidio, allora, si configura come conseguenza estrema di una guerra che miete vittime anche dopo la sua fine e di una societa disgregata nata dalle ceneri di un'ideologia sanguinaria.
Several other plants of the genus Papaveraceae are nowadays used to treat human tumors including Chelidonium majus, Sanguinaria canadensis L.
Sanguinaria and chelidonium, as both topical and oral anticancer agents
Sanguinaria canadenses Indian Paint, Red Used to treat Root, Sweet Slumber ringworm, fungal infections, ulcers, and skin diseases.
The Canadian bloodroot, Sanguinaria canadensis is a miniature member (4in tall) of the poppy family, with numerically correct many petals, forming puffy crystalline white blooms.
In 315 encounters of ants with baits, locations with tuna and seeds of the myrmecochore, Sanguinaria canadensis, were visited at equal rates.