Dulcamara


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Dulcamara

Homeopathy
A minor homeopathic remedy used for those suffering from cold damp weather or abrupt drops in temperature; it may be used to treat conjunctivitis, cough, cystitis, diarrhoea, pruritus and warts.
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Species of thrips and total numbers of adults found sampling Solanum dulcamara patches in Idaho and Washington.
Richard Burkhard shows off gloriously as Dr Dulcamara and manages to get us all giggling at the break-neck speed at which he can sing
Duncan Rock's preening and elegantly sung Belcore avoids all possible boorishness and roughness of delivery and Richard Burkhard similarly is a Dulcamara without buffo excesses.
Through the years he has developed a persona for the not-so-good doctor Dulcamara that helped give Johnson and Theis instant insight into their own characters.
Terfel makes light work of the requirements and other vocal requirements of the role of Dulcamara.
The characteristics indicating a need for Dulcamara include rheumatic disorders associated with cold or dampness, and mucus membrane disorders.
La idea fue nuevamente formulada en el voto del juez Fayt en el caso Dulcamara, cuando, citando el precedente antes transcrito, dijo: "el contrato administrativo constituye una ley para las partes" (enfasis anadido).
Specificity in induced plant responses shapes patterns of herbivore occurrence on Solanum dulcamara.
A queste cenosi, che presentano un'altezza massima di circa 6 m, concorrono anche altre specie legnose come Salix alba, Populus nigra e Alnus glutinosa in forma prevalentemente arbustiva e diverse specie lianose come Solanum dulcamara, Bryonia dioica, Clematis vitalba, Vitis riparia, Humulus lupulus.
Dulcamara, a traveling medicine man who sells Nemorino an "elixir" of love.
We especially focused on his later, more abstract works, such as Insula Dulcamara (1938) and Legend of the Nile (1937), which emphasized the art elements of line, shape and color.
In Bittersuite I & II, a play on one of the names of Deadly Nightshade, Solanum dulcamara, Penny Smith has created another cone-shaped but upright stoneware vessel.