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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.
References in classic literature ?
Costello that he had spent the afternoon at Chillon with Miss Daisy Miller.
The note from headteacher Louise Williams says: "It is with great sadness that I write to inform you that Daisy Haynes has sadly passed away.
By pure 'cow-incidence' she was spotted by an early morning dog walker who raised the alarm with the farmer who made attempts to free Daisy himself.
Daisy was brought home by officers from the Springwood Police Station to the koala centre early this morning (June 22).
Porn is just real," Daisy tells Megan in a (https://www.
A tearful Daisy, whose mum Pearl Lowe was in the audience, won high praise from the judges last night.
Daisy is one of the most recognized brands of airguns and accessories in the world.
Did you know that lettuce belongs to the daisy family?
Clarendon Hills does indeed have a very special connection to the daisy - one that can be traced back to its founding in the mid-nineteenth century.
Apparently movie bosses are finally ready for the remake and Daisy, 23, has taken their fancy as Lara Croft.
In members of asteraceae, which look like the archetypal daisy flower little children draw, there are two sorts of florets.