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Synonyms for skullcap

rounded brimless cap fitting the crown of the head

a herbaceous plant of the genus Scutellaria which has a calyx that, when inverted, resembles a helmet with its visor raised

the dome of the skull

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Stefan Gafner, PhD, ABC chief science officer and BAP technical director, shared his appreciation for everyone who participated in the extensive peer-review process: "I am grateful for the many analytical experts who spent the time to peer-review the Skullcap Laboratory Guidance Document.
In the diamond hub of Surat, the drill to check preparedness of the force on Tuesday ran into controversy, however, when some persons posing as terrorists in the drill were shown wearing skullcaps.
The placebo capsules contained 350mg of freeze dried Urtica dioca folia as this has no known effect on the CNS, yet is similar in appearance and smell to skullcap.
Buhner names 14 plants, including Chinese skullcap, licorice, elder, ginger, and rhodiola, that are also neuraminidase inhibitors.
This is the same man who had once declined the offer to wear a Muslim skullcap.
In another instance, the wind plucked his skullcap from the top of his head, but Pope Francis kept his cool, smoothed down his clothes, rearranged his mantle, and laughed it off with the crowd.
They brought with them a white zucchetto -- or skullcap -- they had purchased the day before for the equivalent of about $68.
But he called the controversy around Modi not wearing the skullcap bogus.
State media Wednesday showed pictures of Hejazy wearing a white undershirt with a trimmed beard and skullcap aimed at facilitating his alleged escape to Libya.
Among the objects on show are an embroidered skullcap worn by Charles I and a linen vest and a lace mitten belonging to George III.
Some Albanian historians are surprised by the statement of BDI leader Ali Ahmeti that Goce Delcev at certain times used to put a white skullcap on his head.
Excavations at Tam Pa Ling cave in northern Laos produced a dozen pieces from a Stone Age person's skull, including a skullcap and a lower jaw, anthropologist Laura Shackelford of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign reported April 14.
The central celebration of Kosovo's independence is taking place tonight at the Albanian Theater in Skopje with an event called "The Day of the Skullcap," to be attended by senior officials from Albania and Kosovo.
After the samples dried, all of them, including the control which contained no gelatin, were randomly dipped in a 10% aqueous bovine gelatin solution that contained selected natural antioxidants in a range of concentrations, including 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% concentrations of rosemary, skullcap and L-ascorbic acid.
c) Baical skullcap enhances REM which increases dreaming