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Synonyms for eglantine

Eurasian rose with prickly stems and fragrant leaves and bright pink flowers followed by scarlet hips

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Fisher's books will each contain three stories that will be illustrated by Eglantine Ceulemans.
12-25) by recalling that she was a respected medievalist, especially well-known for her favorable view of Geoffery Chaucer's prioress, Madame Eglantine.
M Hutchinson, erection of ground and first |floor extensions to garage to create storage space and alterations, Eglantine, Oldfield Road, Honley.
Coke: the clearest mind ever in England vitex, white eglantine as tenthril thru grill-work wave pattern at Excideuil A spire level the well-curb Mme Pierre bought a lamb in that market, (Cantos, 772)
Eglantine Chaffour (left), winemaker at Enartis Vinquiry, prepares for Bier presentation with winemaker Victoria Wilson (right) of Wilson Artisan GjVineries.
But Nottingham pulled another back before Mick Eglantine missed two good chances to seal victory as the Midlands side tied.
Mieczystaw Szyszkowicz, Health Canada, 200 Eglantine Driveway, Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9, Tel: 613-948-4629, E-mail: mietek.
The Lecture, which seeks to provide an intellectual forum for the examination of pertinent issues in Caribbean and African Diaspora history and politics, is co-sponsored by FIU: College of Arts and Sciences, School of International and Public Affairs, Latin American and Caribbean Center, AADS Graduate Students Association, Student Government Association; Rhea Mokund Beck; Sandra Bernard-Bastien; Bilmor Advertising - Irvine Headley; Edwards & Partners; Eglantine Gordon Memorial Fund; Glenn Joseph; Joy's Roti Delight; Nina Khell Garcia; Miami Dade College - Prof.
Enrique Agudo); (4) Training language teachers to sustain self-directed language learning: an exploration of advisers' experiences on a web-based open virtual learning environment (Sophie Bailly, Maud Ciekanski and Eglantine Guely-Costa); and (5) The INTENT Project: Integrating Telecollaborative Networks into Foreign Language Higher Education (Robert O'Dowd).
That smears make-up upon the creatures eglantine and rich, burnished in their spoilage until the commingled sicknesses of their own importuning flumes them into puppetry.
However, we know that she commissioned a translation and edition of the French romance Blanchardyn and Eglantine (STC 3124) from Caxton, which was published in c.
The National Defense Force says the vessel identified as MV Eglantine was hijacked in the Indian Ocean waters off the Maldives on Monday.
Superbly written so that each of the characters from the sinister Mrs Eglantine to Sherrinford Holmes jump off the pages, Fire Storm will be enjoyed by young and not-so-young readers alike.
film; celle des personnages de son film, Perceval et Eglantine, censee