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stoneroot

Herbal medicine
A perennial herb that contains alkaloids, saponins and tannins; it is analgesic, gently astringent, laxative, tonic, and has been used for diarrhoea, headaches, haemorrhoids and varicose veins.
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HEAD OF STATE by Andrew Marr (Fourth Estate, hardback PS18.
99 pound - almost 30 per cent more than the price of 10 pound for the hardback version.
5/10 * Jubilee by Shelley Harris is published in hardback by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, priced pounds 12.
Today's announcement of expanded page count ranges follows the recent addition of nine new full-color hardback formats, bring the total book formats available in full-color to fourteen.
Walnut Creek (CA): Left Coast Press; 978-1-59874-190-2 hardback 40 [pounds sterling]; 978-1-59874-191-9 paperback 18.
which released it in hardback a month later with a new cover and subtitle, "How Liberals Brought Corruption into the Catholic Church"--were not returned.
312 pages 6 illustrations hardback 1 86189 087 7 25 [pounds sterling]
Convinced that it will revolutionize the hardback business, the company has converted its hardback line to Veribrite and will begin licensing the technology to other suppliers, explained Cohon.
The distinctive hardback passport - still treasured by millions of Brits - was replaced by the floppy maroon Euro-version in the 1980s.
The poignant account of the year since the tragedy is Scotland's best-selling hardback.
Produced from a design partnership with BMW DesignWorks, the HardBack series cases are built with all the legendary features of a Pelican case: crush resistant, watertight and an automatic pressure equalization valve that prevents vacuum lock to make it easier to open at any altitude.
ADVENTURES IN HUMAN BEING BY GAVIN FRANCIS (Profile Books, hardback PS14.