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Synonyms for sweet grass

any of several moisture-loving grasses of the genus Glyceria having sweet flavor or odor

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Sage Run is no Sweetgrass, which was also designed by Albanese.
Originating in Africa, sweetgrass basketry remains popular in the 21st century.
Sweetgrass is a tall, wild, fragrant grass that grows in areas of the Pacific Northwest and southern Canada and is also called northern sweetgrass, vanilla grass, holy grass, Seneca grass, and alpine sweetgrass.
"Sweetgrass" follows soldier Johnathan Traver, who only seeks a proper death after a miserable early life.
Pieced together from footage shot over eight years, Sweetgrass follows shepherds as they herd their flocks through Montana's Beartooth Mountains.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Sweetgrass Baskets Come back home Mrs.
Hailed by New York Times film critic Manohla Dargis as the "first essential movie" of 2010, the documentary Sweetgrass is the cinematic equivalent of the adage "Still waters run deep." The first ten minutes or so of the film are human-less and Shot mostly from a sheep's viewpoint.
"Fans of our Double IPA and XX Sweetgrass demanded we brew the style on a regular basis," Nowicki continues.
A few of this year's visual arts honorees include: conceptual artist Michael Asher (Los Angeles); installation artist Kara Walker (New York); and traditional sweetgrass basket weaver Mary Jackson (Johns Island, S.C.).
Some of the essences covered are benzoin, myrrh, frankincense, sweetgrass and dragon's blood.
Other stories bring in such landmarks as the Cypress Hills, Sweetgrass Hills, Belly River, and Red Deer River.
Bathing a person in smoke made by burning certain plants, such as sage, lavender, or sweetgrass, can free the mind and body of stress, and also make it easier to get into the proper mental state for receiving heating work.
Patrick's Church in Lethbridge where a smudging ceremony was performed with sweetgrass in place of the Penitential Rite.
Mii o'ow gaa-izhiozhibii'igaadeg imaa Sweetgrass First Nations Language Council's Declaration on Aboriginal Languages:
The sacred herbs sweetgrass, tobacco, sage, and cedar are also planted here.