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tipi (tēˑ·pē),

n Latin name:
Petiveria alliacea; parts used: whole plant, root; uses: treatment of osteoarthritis and other rheumatic conditions. Also used as antifungal, antispasmodic, antipyretic, immunostimulant, sedative, abortifacient; precautions: pregnancy; individuals with hemophilia, diabetes, and hypoglycemia. Also called
anamu, apacin, huevo de gato, and
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The snow tepee is but one of many attractive shelter options.
The Partner engine range lacks variety and how far buyers should bother to climb up it will depend on the kind of usage they intend to put their Tepee through.
e front end of this revised Partner Tepee model gets the usual facelift staples of a revised grille, bumper and headlights.
Sta held story sessions and craft activities in the museum walled garden with the tepee for children, parents and carers.
For the Bipper Tepee, it seems, is a car which has been overlooked by many motorists - and it's their loss.
The vehicle is offered as a window van, floor cab and the Expert Tepee people carrier.
COMPACT family motoring from Peugeot gets greener, cleaner and a lot cheaper to run next month when a new engine goes under the bonnet of the Partner Tepee.
Sparing a thought for the dad who still likes to take a little pride in his motor, Coventry car-maker Peugeot have come up with a plethora of storage solutions for their family-targetted Partner Tepee.
The Tepee may be the size of a small lorry, but it's massively distinckids loved the thing, it 1 hundred weight of floor tiles without blinking, and was genuinely fun to drive.
Another traditional do-it-yourself structure is a conical trellis that resembles a tepee.
95 each), including TEPEE (0761422773), SKYSCRAPER (0761422765), PYRAMID (0761422757), LOG CABIN (0761422749), IGLOO (0761422730), and CASTLE (0761422722), each of which holds 30 pages of interior and exterior shots and a very simple history of each structure.
Such four-point symmetry appears in these people's beadwork, tepee construction, buffalo-hide drum decorations, sand paintings, and more.