Wood Sorrel

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A perennial herb that contains mucilage, oxalic acid, and vitamin C, and was once used as a diuretic
Toxicity Wood sorrel’s high oxalic acid content precludes its use in patients with renal failure, kidney stones, or gout
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Shamrock Technologies was formed in 1941 by Neuberg's father, William D.
Shamrock had flown to Dallas to help his mother move out of her home.
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Shamrock has approximately USD 1.9 billion of assets under management, investing exclusively in the media, entertainment, and communications sectors.
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Steve Royer, Partner at Shamrock Capital, said, "Mike and his team at Wpromote have done a phenomenal job of building a best-in-class digital agency that achieves superior results for its clients in a rapidly expanding digital advertising market.
With new locations in Europe, Shamrock International's span across the globe now reaches farther than ever.
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Shamrock will seek to make additional acquisitions to further strengthen Questex's position as a leader in the market.