red root


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red root

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(1) Blood root, see there; Sanginaria canadensis.  
(2) Erect cinquefoil; Potentilla erecta.
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The effects of red root pigweed density and competitive ability on yield and yield components of maize hybrids, Crop Congress, 2006, Tehran University, College of Abu Rayhan.
Red root soup Ingredients 170 (6oz) prepared weight of raw beetroot 170g (6oz) carrots 140g (5oz) parsnip or sweet potato Two bay leaves 1.
Red root (Ceanothus americanus) is one of my personal favorites.
I agreed with George Will when he compared environmentalism to "a green tree with red roots .
Supporters warmly welcomed the man viewed as a returning hero in these parts - the only ones not applauding were those from Chelsea whose objections to the Spaniard directly result from his red roots.
LIVERPOOL fan Scott Dann will ditch his red roots tomorrow night as he aims to upset his dad and pile further misery on to his boyhood club.
Red Roots, Green Shoots is written as a pro-environmental text from a Marxist perspective, yet most of the ideas it proposes for preserving the environment and therefore the health of the people who live in it are sound general principles--though author Virginia Brodine considers them unlikely to be implemented unless working-class globalism arises to counter imperialist globalism.
The pickings are as diverse and colourful as beetles in a rainforest: from Grant Guy's avant-garde object/puppet theatre Adhere and Deny, to the aboriginal Red Roots theatre, to the 49-year-old Manitoba Theatre Centre.