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A plant that is antimicrobial, antispasmodic, diuretic, and expectorant, and has been used for asthma, bronchitis, colds, GI complaints, and urinary tract infections
Fringe Angelica essence is believed to provide protection and guidance from spiritual beings at the time of birth and death
Herbal A perennial herb that contains volatile oils—e.g., caryophyllene, linalool, limonene, phellandrene, pinene, and others—as well as coumarins—e.g., bergapten, umbelliferone, xanthotoxol
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An Asian herb (A. sinensis) that is used in many forms (dried root preparations, oils, tinctures) against various complaints; adverse reactions have been widely reported.
Synonym(s): dong quai.
[L., angelic]
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The fact that Angelica was able to get back on a boat, I was just so extraordinarily proud of her.
What I see here now is if the people love you, love them back and do good programs)," Angelica told ABS-CBN News.
Angelica clarified that Carlo's leaving was originally in the script.
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Under the asset purchase agreement, the KKR affiliate will acquire substantially all of Angelica's assets as a going concern in a transaction valued at approximately USD 125m plus certain assumed liabilities.
The inscription inside attributes ownership to Angelica Baldachini.
On their own Il Tabarro and Gianni Schicchi are robust enough to stand alone - Opera North has staged both - but not Suor Angelica. So Opera North decided to stage two thirds of Il Trittico, with Suor Angelica the final focus of our attention rather than the rather sentimental filling in the sandwich.
Mother Angelica "reflected the Gospel commission to go forth and make disciples of all nations" said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, Ky., president of the U.S.
MOTHER Mary Angelica, the folksy Roman Catholic nun who used a monastery garage to begin a television ministry that grew into a world religious media empire, has died at 92.