costmary


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  • noun

Synonyms for costmary

leaves used sparingly (because of bitter overtones) in sauces and soups and stuffings

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Less common, but no less impressive, is alecost or costmary (Tanacetum balsimita), which keeps its leaves through the winter.
Wormwood, southernwood, costmary, hyssop, rue, bay tree, lavender, peppermint, pennyroyal, spearmint, catnip, patroulli, mountain mint, rosemary, sage, santolina, tansy, thyme.
It's called costmary (Chrysanthemum balsamita) or bible-leaf plant because its 4- to 5-inch-long leaves made good bookmarks.
In both costmary law of this state and South Sudan Penal code law, there no is space for such crimes to continue -- they are convicted according to law," said Dhelbeny.
Forty-four years on from landing the Cumberland Plate on Costmary, Piggott was back at Carlisle.
Herbaceous plants Woolly yarrow (Achillea tomentosa) Artemisia* Jupiter's beard, red valerian (Centranthus ruber) Costmary (Chrysanthemum balsamita) Shooting star (Dodecatheon) Coastal or California wood fern (Dryopteris arguta) Dudleya Wild buckwheat (Eriogonum) Hellebore (Helleborus foetidus) Coral bells (Heuchera) Iris douglasiana Leather polypody (Polypodium scouleri) Butcher's broom (Ruscus) Vancouveria California fuchsia (Zauschneria californica) * types that need no summer water
The parliament of Lakes state and minister of legal affair in Lakes state government are under heavy criticism from youth across Lakes state over the costmary law that has been used to sentence men who have had a sex and made pregnant girls under the legal age of 17.