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Synonyms for hawthorn

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It was set about with hawthorn hedges and juniper bushes, and on the small, green branches sat a little nightingale, which sang so loud and clear "that all the garden and the walls rang right with the song.
They went slowly along a footpath between two hedges of blossoming hawthorn which filled the damp evening air with its delicate fragrance.
A smell of hawthorn and of orchards came to them through the darkness, telling them that a wind was awake; the next moment it swayed their little boat and swelled their sail, and carried them onward down the winding river to happier places and the homes of harmless men.
The more I looked, the pleasanter that country-side appeared; being all set with hawthorn bushes full of flowers; the fields dotted with sheep; a fine flight of rooks in the sky; and every sign of a kind soil and climate; and yet the barrack in the midst of it went sore against my fancy.
Bounderby's retreat, there mellowed into a rustic landscape, golden with heath, and snowy with hawthorn in the spring of the year, and tremulous with leaves and their shadows all the summer time.
The whole country has more hawthorn blossom this spring than it did during the blistering summer of 28 years ago, and nature watchers are predicting that Wales and the UK could be facing their hottest-ever summer.
Hawthorn then dumped the car and ran off before he was eventually caught in the village.
Hawthorn is not a quick fix, but rather part of a long-term treatment plan to protect your heart or treat mild cardiac symptoms.
In a nearby sunnier spot, you might also insert a Hawthorn tree (Crataegus phaenopyrum) or two, but not directly behind your flowers as the Hawthorn makes a fiery specimen itself and would distract from the bright contrast of the red against green.
Thirty-six patients with mildly high blood pressure were randomly assigned to receive either a daily supplement of hawthorn extract 500 mg, magnesium 600 mg, a combination of both, or a placebo.
Officer Nicole Hawthorn suffered cuts by an eye, on a lip and on her head in the attack when she and her partner, Henry Romo, were marching the inmates to breakfast.
Treatments consisted of one of three regimens: 1800 mg of hawthorn extract, 900 mg of hawthorn or placebo.
A systematic review of eight placebo-controlled, doubleblind trials, including a total of 433 patients with heart failure, determined that objective and subjective benefits were seen with hawthorn treatment (Fortschr.
HPLC profile of extract preparations: Hawthorn berry and hawthorn leaf and stem crude extract profiles were generated using a ThermoFinnigan HPLC system equipped with a Surveyor LC pump, autosampler, and photodiode array (PDA) detector.
The work on the Harvills Hawthorn estate in West Bromwich is part of a 25-year PFI contract with Riverside Housing Association and Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council which involves new homes and major house improvements on the Harvills Hawthorn and Millfields estates.