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n Latin names:
Salvia sclarea, Euphrasia officinalis; part used: oil from leaves and buds; uses: antiinflammatory, antispasmodic, sedative, astringent, menopause, premenstrual syndrome, exhaustion, adrenal stimulant, sore throat; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children; patients with uterine, breast, or ovarian cancers, breast tumors, uterine fibroids; can cause sleepiness, headaches, increased menstruation. Also called
clary oil, clary sage, clear eye, eyebright, muscatel sage, orvale, see-bright, or
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Last year, Clary added "children's author" to his list of credits, publishing the kiddies' book The Bolds.
A voting member of the motion picture academy, Clary said his top picks for Sunday's Oscars are Meryl Streep ("August: Osage County'') and Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Wolf of Wall Street'').
Over the years, we've all learnt so much from Michael [Phelps] and I have taken what I have needed to ensure there has been some sort of progression in my career," Clary admitted.
Many among his audience look as though they would be more at home listening to Radio Three than listening to Clary explain the more unusual episodes in his sex life.
The worst thing I ever did was swear an allegiance to the KKK," Clary told The Oklahoman in an interview.
The show has been garnering rave reviews and the outrageously camp Clary is revelling in it.
au quoted pastor Clary, who now fights against the group as a born-again Christian, as saying.
LIGHT ON HIS FEET: Julian Clary is appearing in Strictly at the ECHO arena
Bryan Clary, chief of hepatobiliary surgery Duke University, Durham, N.
Patrick Clary draws upon his more than twenty years of professional and personal experienced as a hospice physician in his poetry to reflect upon the issues of death and dying.
The ADAP crisis has rallied one of the most energized grassroots efforts in a long time," says Ryan Clary of Save ADAP and Project Inform.