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Herbal medicine
A perennial plant, the roots of which contain saponins (e.g., diosgenin) and volatile oils; it is antiseptic and astringent, and has been used for bites and dermal irritation, gastrointestinal complaints (e.g., haemorrhage and diarrhoea) and to stop postpartum haemorrhage.


(T. erectum) A member of the lily family; purported value as antiseptic and astringent; used historically in wound care.
Synonym(s): beth root, coughroot, jew's harp plant, stinking benjamin.
[L., fr. tri-, three, threefold]
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With the ActaWorks Trillium Java Interface, our customers are able to take advantage of the Trillium Software System, quickly and easily, through our easy to use configuration capabilities," said Jeff Coombs, vice president of Market Development at Acta.
For example, an ActaWorks real-time data flow can be used in conjunction with Trillium to locate missing data in a customer order instead of having to call the customer back to correct the order.
amp;uot;His expertise and experience will be a great addition to our conference and will provide our customers with a better understanding of how Trillium can be utilized to seamlessly integrate with business service layers.
Trillium provides the functionality which insures that legacy data can be transformed in order to conform with the logical field requirements of SAP R/3.