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cinquefoil

Herbal medicine
(1) Potentilla erecta; erect cinquefoil, see there.
(2) Potentilla reptans, a perennial herb; it is antidiarrhoeal, antipyretic, astringent and tonic, and has been used to treat nasal and oral bleeding, sore throat and toothaches.
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Potentilla simplex Michx.; Old-Field Five Fingers, Old-Field Cinquefoil, Common Cinquefoil; Slope woods; Rare; C = 2; BSUH 14917.
Potentilla simplex Michx.; Old Field Five-Fingers, Common Cinquefoil; Woods and woods edge, especially along the railroad track on the west side; Frequent, but locally abundant; C = 2; BSUH 11934.
In our study we found that Chinese cinquefoil herb was frequently consumed by zokors.
One of these historical species, Ballona cinquefoil (Potentilla multijuga), is believed to have been endemic to Ballona but extirpated sometime after its last collection in 1890 by H.E.
Imogen Forbes-Macphail in "'Cinquefoil Token': Infinitesimal Calculus and 'The Wreck of the Deutschland'" (Hopkins Quarterly 41.1-2: 39-53) begins with the fact that Hopkins wrote often about numerical ratios and formulae for line length, syllable length, and stanza organization, and while most critics are aware of the symbolism in the poem associated with the number five, there has not yet been what she hopes now to provide: "a thorough mathematical or numerological analysis" (p.
A Ralph Richardson B John Gielgud C John Mills D Richard Attenborough QUESTION 8 - for 8 points: What is a cinquefoil? A A fort built in the sea B A flowering plant C A sword used in fencing D A five-sided church tower QUESTION 9 - for 9 points: Which of these ships was captained by the literary character Para Handy?
The primary vegetation is needle grass (Stipa spp.), edelweiss (Leontopodium leontopodioides), Chinese cinquefoil herb (Potentilla spp.), and alliums (Allium spp.).
Delicate catnip, pink and purple, yellow buttercups, and cinquefoil seem to be everywhere.
& Graebn.; Rough or Norwegian Cinquefoil; Shrubby old-field; Infrequent; C = 0; BSUH 18684.
Ombre, tile, ziggurat, cinquefoil and filigree patterns grace lampshades, rugs and drapery.
Slender Cinquefoil * ([dagger]) Grasses Sedum stenopetalumo Wormleaf Stonecrop (#) ([dagger]) Bromus tectorum Cheatgrass * ([double dagger]) Poa bulbosa * ([dagger]) Bulbous Bluegrass ([double dagger]) Poa pratensis * Kentucky Bluegrass Poa secunda ([dagger]) Sandberg Bluegrass Pseudoroegneria spicata * bluebunch Wheatgrass Type Species Mean 95% HPDI Forb Achillea 5.1 4.1-6.1 millefolium * (#) ([dagger]) Allium spp.