darnel


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Synonyms for darnel

weedy annual grass often occurs in grainfields and other cultivated land

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So much of her is like Darnel, but June sees herself in the details--the slope of Polly's neck, the knob of her spine, the shape of her hairline, the set of her jaw.
3 Tell him that you would be happy to see him briefly, but caution Darnel that you wouldn't be able to do a full examination.
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Johns' Wort (Hypericum perforatum), buckwheat (Fagopyrum sagittatum), spring parsley (Cymopterus watsonii), Bishopsweed (Ammi majus), darnel or cockle (Lolium temulentum) contaminated by Cladosporium herbarum or other fungal-contaminated plants.
Meanwhile, the olympic torch was carried by Turkish national athletes Kenan Sofuoglu, Selcuk Cebi, Neslihan Darnel and Gizem Girismen.
darnel, and all the idle weeds that grow In our sustaining corn.
Although all of the young men were special, one stood out among them: Darnel (name has been changed) was intelligent (perceptive, intuitive, inquisitive), social/ extraverted, unsure of himself, and angry.
PLN Executive Director Herman Darnel Ibrahim on March 23, 2007, told a conference in Singapore that, since 2005, the power utility had been embarked on a plan to wean itself off costly diesel and generating more electricity with domestic natural gas and coal to meet fast-growing demand.
agents that sociologist Darnel Hunt calls "newsworkers.
One historian who does discuss the role of emotion in unwritten law cases is Melissa Ganz, in an article that focuses on the 1870 trial of Daniel McFarland for shooting his wife's lover Albert Richardson--a trial that closely recapitulates that of Darnel Sickles (indeed, one of Sickles' main lawyers, John Graham, also represented McFarland).
One of his knights, Thomas Darnel, refused to give his money to the king.
Darnel looks very much like wheat when it is immature; its roots intertwine with those of the wheat and its toxic grains are loosely attached to the stem.
She told all of this to Darnel the next afternoon, sitting on a stool behind the cash register.
The sixteen species are crofton weed, mile-a-minute weed, alligator weed, ragweed (bitterweed), darnel rye-grass (poison darnel), smooth cord-grass, bitter bush (siam weed), water hyacinth, Johnson grass, banana moth, loblolly pine mealybug, red turpentine beetle, American white moth, giant African snail, Amazonian snail (apple snail), and American bull frog.