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bryony

(brī′ə-nē)
n. pl. bryo·nies
1. Any of various Eurasian tendril-bearing vines of the genus Bryonia, having red or black berries and tuberous roots formerly used as medicine.
2. The black bryony.
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Bryony has won five times at Cheltenham since turning pro last July but has yet to make her mark at the festival.
Before the discovery of quinine Bryony and Yarrow were standard treatments for Malaria.
Bryony wrote the show and Judith Dimant produced it while also undergoing extensive treatment for breast cancer.
Bryony, who aims to qualify as a paediatric nurse next year, says any money raised above her PS500 goal will be used to buy clothing and blankets for the ward.
If you are interested in speaking to Bryony and perhaps becoming one of the people who inspires her art, please ring 07513 625214 or email documentary@thegardenproductions.
Bryony will have three national training camps to attend as well as county training at Yorkshire.
Bryony said retro patterns have been in her life and a fascination from a young age.
Bryony became his partner for 40 years and third wife for 24 years.
Bryony has now released a book about her husband's life, entitled My Gentleman Jim.
Angi von Kaschke is the Publication Manager and Bryony van der Merwe the Editor-in-Chief.
Since then, Bryony has been under the care of the children's diabetes team at James Cook University Hospital.