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heather

Herbal medicine
An evergreen shrub that contains arbutin, carotene, citric and fumaric acids, flavonoids, tannins and volatile oils; it is antitussive, mildly sedative, a urinary tract antiseptic, and has been used for rheumatic complaints and gout.

heath

a lowland plant community that is dominated by heathers or ling on a sandy soil or shallow peat.

heath

1. a large area of open scrubland.
2. a member of the plant family Ericaceae; see heather.
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For Heath, all the work he puts into his teaching is a labor of love.
However, in the late 1980s, de Lange reported that heat alone was unlikely to activate false heath seeds.
Among the hundreds of DAV members joining Commander Heath was U.
Heath and his fellow conspirators cavalierly dismissed concerns that joining the Common Market might cause Britain to lose its political independence.
One piece was customized for use as a garden closet, with shelves for plants and hooks for tools; Heath is building another that will be used as a bar, with racks for glasses on top and a sliding tray for mixing drinks.
As 31-year-old Heath was leaving the bank, Barclays in Grange Road West, Birkenhead, the device went off and he was surrounded by red smoke, said Michael Stephenson, prosecuting.
Heath and his partner, Lynn Jones, WTG's president, think their new Order and Job Management Accounting Suite is the answer.
Eventually Heath hopes to bring in schools from neighboring states.
As the fire spread, the newspaper put out a special edition on Monday, said Heath.
Balsall Heath, an area of high immigration, fell among the most deprived two per cent of neighbourhoods in Britain in 1981.
Within the past year, King Soopers has selected Heath for three additional projects.