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n Latin name:
Viola tricolor; part used: flowers; uses: whooping cough, inflammation, upper respiratory disorders, laxative, seborrheic skin conditions, acne, cradle cap; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, children, salicylate sensitivity. Also called
field pansy, heartsease, Johnny jump-up, jupiter flower, ladies' delight, or
wild pansy.
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This was as much trial-by-fire as a big break: While Green Day's politically correct Berkeley boys stuck by their bill companions, the headliners' growing legion of fratboy-type fans heckled and threw bottles at Pansy Division nightly.
After being rescued from a busy, dangerous intersection, Pansy - a blind cocker spaniel originally named Lucky for surviving all alone in traffic - now lives with Glenda and Michael Shaw.
Pansy Panola are smaller than usual but will still pack a punch.
Pansy Pearl joined thousands of other collectibles at the Eugene Masonic Lodge on Sunday for a 30th annual Eugene Doll and Teddy Bear Exhibit and Sale.
Even after an accident, Plato sounds like an encyclopedia," said Pansy.
It is generally assumed that the pansy was simply a favorite flower of Elizabeth, bearing no particular significance.
Pansy is an eightyear-old Staffordshire bull terrier who is a lovely girl with a great nature and loves nothing more than meeting people to fuss over her.
To order by debit/credit card call 0844 448 2451 quoting SMG17700 or send a cheque made payable to MGN SMG17700 to Winter Pansy Offer (SMG17700), PO Box 64, South West District Office, Manchester, M16 9HY or visit www.
They have scoured the country to find the perfect coloured pansy to raise cash for the Cancer Awareness Campaign.
Footage taken at a wildlife park in Scotland showed the animals apparently comforting terminally ill chimp Pansy in the hours before she died.
From the breeder of the famous Surfinia petunia this amazing trailing pansy will produce an avalanche of colour throughout the summer and early autumn.