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herb bennet

n.
A hairy Eurasian plant (Geum urbanum) in the rose family, having small yellow flowers and an astringent root formerly used medicinally.
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Bennet added: "Abbas does not plan to offer any concessions for the sake of peace.
The straight answer is that, like straight up, Chloe Bennet is dope," Paul said, repeating a line that he has often delivers when asked about his rumored girlfriend.
Not every celebrity who adopts a whiter or Waspier name attributes the change to circumventing prejudice quite as bluntly as Bennet did.
Bennet was initially appointed to the Senate by then-Governor Bill Ritter, when then-Senator Ken Salazar resigned to accept the position of secretary of the interior in the newly inaugurated Obama administration.
Mr Bennet (Charles Dance) teaches his five daughters Elizabeth (James), Jane (Bella Heathcote), Lydia (Ellie Bamber), Kitty (Suki Waterhouse) and Mary (Millie Brady) martial arts so they can survive in an era of marauding zombies.
Mr Bennet (Charles Dance) teaches his five daughters Elizabeth, Jane (Bella Heathcote), Lydia (Ellie Bamber), Kitty (Suki Waterhouse) and Mary (Millie Brady) martial arts so they can survive in an era of marauding zombies.
Charles Dance portrays Mr Bennet in the movie with actresses Bella Heathcote, Suki Waterhouse, Ellie Bamber and Millie Brady playing Elizabeth's sisters.
Bennet was the lighting director for Big Bang's "Japan Dome Tour X," which ended January this year.
The protagonist Elizabeth Bennet is the second of five daughters of a country gentleman.
Strong-willed Elizabeth Bennet has no interest in being forced into a marriage devoid of affection, but her mother insists on finding matches for all five of her daughters.
I've even lost eight pounds since I've been cooking out of his book," Bennet boasts.
Mr Bennet is an English gentleman living in Hartfordshire with his wife and five daughters.