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bay

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1. In anatomy, a recess containing fluid.
2. Especially, the lacrimal bay.

bay

an anatomical depression or recess, usually containing fluid, such as the lacrimal bay of the eye.

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(Laurus nobilis) Available as a berry, leaves, oils, and extract; clinical studies suggest value as an antiulcerative in laboratory animals and in gastrointestinal disease; purported uses include as an antirheumatic, diuretic, and antiseptic.
Synonym(s): sweet bay.

bay,

n Latin name:
Laurus nobilis; parts used: berries, leaves, oil; uses: antidiabetic, antiulcerogenic, rubefacient, rheumatism, colic, antispasmodic, cirrhosis; oil: antibacterial, antifungal; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children, asthma, insulin, antidiabetic medications. Also called
bay laurel, bay leaf, bay tree, laurel, sweet bay, or
Roman laurel.

bay

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In anatomy, a recess containing fluid, but especially, the lacrimal bay.

bay

1. a tan or red-brown coat color of horses. Light bay is light tan; mealy bay is a redder but lighter, rust color; blood bay is a much deeper, redder color; golden bay has a tinge of yellow in a deep red-brown color.
2. prolonged bark or howl of a hunting hound.
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It is easier to use dried bay leaf, rather than fresh bay laurel leaves.
Bay laurel (Laurus nobilis) is a versatile evergreen plant that grows into a 40-foot tree when left to its own devices, but is more typically utilized in a hedge, whether allowed to grow tall or kept short, or as a container specimen.
Bay laurel, Laurus nobilis, was famously worn by emperors at victory celebrations, and was also associated with the gods Apollo and Jupiter.
Besides its original victims along the California coast--coast live oak, tanoak, and California black oak--SOD sickens or kills an array of species ranging from California buckeye and bigleaf maple to evergreen huckleberry and bay laurel.
Prior to joining Speck Design, she founded and successfully managed the equity group Bay Laurel Capital.
The court heard the Kavanaghs proposed providing replacement screening between the properties with shrubs like bay laurel, holly, and cherry laurel - but Mrs Morrison's experts said what is needed are semi-mature canopy trees to match those which have already been removed.
Earlier this year, an alert greenhouse owner in Pennsylvania saw odd symptoms on his seedling bay laurel or sweet bay (Latin: Laurus nobilis).
Bay laurel has an evocative scent when the leaves are crushed and puts up well with being cut, as do myrtle and rosemary.
Incredibly, the out-and-back trail gets you to the 1,825-foot Big Rock Ridge summit without many steep trudges or grueling grades--just a couple of switchbacks and gently climbing stretches through tunnels of bay laurel and meadows dotted with curious cows.
Salvaged wood from locally-sourced Monterey Cypress, Walnut, Redwood, Eucalyptus and California Bay Laurel trees is featured throughout the property, used for everything from siding and ceiling beams to furniture and bathroom flooring.
The beautiful spring Rhea Bouquet sends messages of love, gratitude and honor in a stunning arrangement that includes viburnum, lilies, roses and bay laurel.
Look for a tree at a local nursery this winter or order from Bay Laurel Nursery in Atascadero, CA (www.