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Synonyms for madder

Eurasian herb having small yellow flowers and red roots formerly an important source of the dye alizarin

color a moderate to strong red

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It also is possible that tandem pairs are more active, and thus, more visible (and more likely to be collected) in later than in earlier stages, or that the large aggregations of familiar bluets at our study site induced lowered efficiency of oviposition (a density-dependent effect seen elsewhere for this species; Moss, 1992).
and Karwinski's grama were the dominant grasses, and summer bluet and McVaugh's bladderpod were the dominant forbs; buffalograss occurs in the area but was not common (RD = 0.
20) Her father and mother simultaneously and verbally object to Shelley's accusations and remind her how much they all want and love the youngest baby, Bluet, and wouldn't dream of life without her.
The stable lyric is deranged, shown "awkward," shown "dazed," shown "bleeding:" As in "The Bluet," something breaks, and there are three: Bresson, Creeley, and a third.
The next spring, many of the same families came out again to plant more perennials, adding perennial blue flax, mountain bluet, butter-and-eggs (it's becoming a problem), prairie coneflower, as well as self-sowing wildflowers, including California poppy, bird's-eyes, and fiddleneck.
Along the way, like a royal carpet welcoming me, were lady slippers, star flowers, bluet, gay wings, bird's-foot violets, jack-in-the-pulpits, azaleas, geraniums and lilies of the valley.
ALL gardens are visited by numerous kinds of wildlife, some attractive and beneficial, like bluet its and butterflies, others devastating and even virtually invisible.
Was it smooth to the eye & touch, or was it surprisingly rough like the surface of coral or a bed of bluet anemones?
Now I'm not a person who works every hour God sends, but I do have better things to do than stuffing bluet it chicks back into their nest every five minutes.
Maggie Nelson is the author of four books of poetry and five nonfiction works, including Bluets (2009) and The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning (2011), a work of cultural criticism and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year.
Not the sheep as they drink/from the millpond/cloven hooves crushing bluets,/the homely thunk of their bells.
Unusual sightings there include wandering gliders, cherry-faced and white-faced meadowhawks, spot-winged gliders and bored bluets.
Located at 37 Bridge Street between Water and Plymouth Bluets, Kirkman Lofts is being redeveloped into condominiums after once housing Kirkman & Sons, the country's leading soap producer in the eddy 20th Century.