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dai·sy

(dā'zē),
Colloquial term descriptive of the segmented forms (merozoites) of the mature schizont of Plasmodium malariae.
Referring to a pattern with a central mass surrounded, rosette-like, with oval structures that abut a central mass at one end

daisy,

n Latin name:
Bellis perennis; parts used: buds, leaves; uses: antifungal, blood cleanser, pain reliever, diarrhea, cough, stomach spasms, arthritis; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children. Also called
bairnwort, bruisewort, common daisy, day's eye, and
wild daisy.

DAISY

acronym for Dairy Information System—a well-known herd health program and dairy information management system. Designed at Reading University, UK.
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More traditional British border examples are Asters or Michaelmas daisies.
The common name for Aster cordi-folius is wood aster - its wild relatives grow on the outskirts of woodland and its ability to cope with shade make it a very versatile plant - few daisies can cope with shady sites.
The common name for Aster cordifolius is wood aster - its wild relatives grow on the outskirts of woodland and its ability to cope with shade make it a very versatile plant - few daisies can cope with shady sites.
I need hardly mention the old standby Euryops daisies with dark yellow flowers set off by sea green or slate gray foliage.
Susan Sargent and The Rug Market are a few of the rug suppliers that have introduced styles featuring daisies.
Using a pair of scissors, cut around the daisies, but don't cut along the folds at the ends of the stems.
Daisies come in all sizes, colors and shapes, and bloom at different times of the year.
Daisies have been found in ancient ceramics in Egypt, in hairpin designs in a Minoan palace and there are reports that the Assyrians were among the first to use crushed daisies for eye problems and gray hair.
Crown daisies often grow wild along roadsides, while marguerites (also known as Paris daisies) are the classic daisy used by girls to pluck as they say, ``He loves me .
Traditionalists will note that daisies, baby's breath and carnations aren't on the list.