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GRASS

grass

See cannabis.

grass

Drug slang Marijuana, see there.

GRASS

Abbreviation for gradient-recalled acquisition in the steady state.

grass

any member of the family Gramineae, all of which have jointed tubular stems, sheathing leaves and flowers enclosed in GLUMES. Examples include cereals, reeds, bamboos.

grass

plant members of the family Poaceae (Gramineae).

grass chinkerinchee
ornithogalumornithogaloides.
grass disease
see grass sickness.
eating grass
is commonly seen in dogs and cats, sometimes associated with gastrointestinal disease, but more often an innocuous habit. May be a cause or a means of easy vomiting when the stomach is empty.
elephant grass
see pennisetumpurpureum.
grass founder
laminitis.
grass nematode
grass pea
lathyrussativus.
grass seed abscess
a common lesion in cattle in summer when grazing dry, native grasses with serrated awns. Lesions occur on the sides of the face and in the parotid area. They are cold abscesses, slow-growing, firm, painless and without heat. They rarely rupture and cause little inconvenience. Their importance is the need to differentiate them from actinomycosis of the jaw.
grass seed awns
see awn.
grass seed nematode poisoning
grass sickness
a dysautonomia of horses; a noninfectious disease of unknown etiology characterized by drooling of saliva from the nostrils, alimentary tract stasis, small hard feces and severe mental depression. The outcome is always fatal. There is a diagnostic degenerative lesion in the sympathetic ganglia.
grass staggers
grass tetany
grass vetchling
lathyrusnissolia.

Patient discussion about grass

Q. WHAT CAN ; I DO ABOUT BEING ALLERGIC TO FRESH CUT GRASS?

A. are you sure you are allergic to that? cause it's important to be specific. the more specific you are the better is to treat it. is it from the grass pollen? is it from a material inside the grass? that sort of things. the best treatment is avoidance. the others..well, look for yourself, no magic solutions here:
http://www.healthline.com/channel/allergies_treatments

i am allergic to peanuts, no peanut butter jelly time for me...
good luck

More discussions about grass
References in classic literature ?
Down into the grass, if you prize the young woman, or value the gift of life
The trapper, by exercising that species of influence, over his companions, which experience and decision usually assert, in cases of emergency, had effectually succeeded in concealing them in the grass, and by the aid of the feeble rays of the luminary, he was enabled to scan the disorderly party which was riding, like so many madmen, directly upon them.
At intervals, the clattering of hoofs was borne along by the night wind, quite audibly in their front, and then, again, their progress through the fog of the autumnal grass, was swift and silent; adding to the unearthly appearance of the spectacle.
The old man sunk into the grass while he was speaking, as if the final separation to which he alluded, had, in his own case, actually occurred, and, at the next instant, a band of wild horsemen whirled by them, with the noiseless rapidity in which it might be imagined a troop of spectres would pass.
Happily, for the hidden party, the grass in which they were concealed, not only served to skreen them from the eyes of the savages, but opposed an obstacle to prevent their horses, which were no less rude and untrained than their riders, from trampling on them, in their irregular and wild paces.
Hows'ever, p'raps you call it so,' said Riderhood, stubbornly chewing his grass.
He was speaking to you just now,' said Bradley, kneeling on one knee on the grass beside the Lock-keeper.
So, when the words were all spoken, he too kneeled on one knee on the grass, and the two men looked at one another.
said Riderhood, very deliberately spitting out the grass he had been chewing.
But judging from the looks on you,' retorted Riderhood, completely ridding himself of his grass, and drawing his sleeve across his mouth, 'you've made ekally sure afore, and have got disapinted.
Discretion prompted him to turn and flee, but hunger and the close proximity of the tempting morsel in the grass before him urged him to remain.
Over and over upon the grass rolled Sheeta, growling and screaming, clawing and biting, in a mad effort to dislodge his antagonist or get some portion of his body within range of teeth or talons.