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druse

(drōōz)
n. pl. dru·sen (drōō′zən)
One of the small hyaline or colloid bodies sometimes occurring behind the retina of the eye.
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Druse, 28, of Tuttle Hill, Nuneaton, was jailed for ten months and banned from driving for two-anda-half years.
The mockumentary centers on fictional character Eleanor Druse and her journals, which she supposedly kept for over a year as she investigated Kingdom Hospital in Lewiston, Maine.
The Shin Bet security service reported on Thursday that two Druse Arabs living in the Golan Heights and an Arab citizen of Israel were charged with passing information to the enemy and plotting to kidnap a Syrian pilot who had defected to Israel.
Eleanor Druse, a charming septuagenarian, is bright, sensitive, intuitive, and very much into spiritualism, faith healing and the power of crystals.
The attack was thought by politicians to be an effort to rekindle violence between rivals in the sensitive Druze-inhabited mountains, areas controlled by the two main Druse factions - the Lebanese Democratic Party led by Talal Arslan and the Progressive Socialist Party of Walid Jumblatt.