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buttercup

Pseudomedicine
An essence used in the pseudoscience of flower essence therapy, which is believed to provide radiant inner light to help individuals with low self-esteem.

buttercup

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She said: "We're thrilled to be acquiring Buttercup to grow the Child's Play brand in the North East.
Buttercup delivered a little doeling, then a buckling and then a stillborn doeling.
Picking buttercups to tell whether or not someone likes butter is generations old
received a Certificate of Authorization for its Buttercup Project in Quebec.
The resort has two lifts - Buttercup and Easy Rider - scheduled from 9 a.
Buttercup is not sure of his place in this world, but his patience pays off as he learns he has a special role as Nightbear; an audience for her imaginative bed-time stories and a comfort when she's afraid in the dark or sick.
Buttercup is a pretty, medium sized girl with fluffy, soft white hair and big brown eyes.
When Buttercup was hatched in a high school biology lab with a backwards left foot, the duckling had a hard time walking without getting cuts and constant foot infections.
These include the small-flowered catchfly and corn buttercup.
Buttercup Magic: A Mystery for Megan Abi Burlingham (Piccadilly, pounds 5.
Washington, Dec 14 (ANI): The distinctive glossiness of the buttercup flower (Ranunculus repens), which children like to shine under the chin to test whether their friends like butter, is related to its unique anatomical structure, scientists have revealed.