bryony


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Synonyms for bryony

a vine of the genus Bryonia having large leaves and small flowers and yielding acrid juice with emetic and purgative properties

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the most scurrilous charlatans', who would sell bryony root as mandrake; which was thought to have magical powers and was therefore vastly more expensive.
They invited me in because they wanted me to make a large-scale work for them, which I'd never done before," Bryony explained.
Bryony, who is currently on a work placement at the hospital, says staff at the unit build up a close relationship with parents.
Bryony will spend several weeks in the Whittall Street clinic.
Bryony was involved with the club last season and the new venture are keen to attract players.
Bryony Tinn-Disbury founded her home textiles company Lilly Loray from a small flat in Walthamstow in London in 2012.
Yet once she'd been set up in a country pad, Hill started seeing his London-based ex-personal assistant Bryony, 23 years his junior.
Bryony Hill, Jimmy's wife of 25 years, has described the struggles the 87-year-old former Sky Blues manager faces as he battles the disease.
THE CHIEF executive of the College of Optometrists, Bryony Pawinska (pictured), has confirmed that she will retire in early 2016, after more than 12 years with the organisation.
Bryony lives in the Oak with the other faeries who have been forbidden to venture outside unless they are gathering food.
Editor in Chief, Bryony van der Merwe told the Economist their have had incredible support from both advertisers and readers.
Some 12 years ago, Beverley's daughter Bryony was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes.
That's the question artist Bryony Kimmings has tested by the admirably simple trick of getting drunk.