sorrel


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sorrel

1. a weed and poisonous plant. See rumex.
2. a horse coat color, light or golden chestnut.
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Every year after the rains I keep searching for sorrel," said Ahmed Al Harbi, a UAE citizen.
What to cook this month: sorrel, Little Gem lettuce, and rhubarb
4) Right, a girl makes friends with Sorrel, an Alaskan husky.
Above) Earlsdon Primary's county tennis champions (from left) Jay Chury, Billy Mizen, Sorrel Stokes and Evelyn Biggs; and (left) mini-tennis finalist Matthew Naylor.
Sorrel is one of those underutilised herbs - it takes literally seconds to cook and changes colour when heated.
Traffic calming on Sorrel is topic of Harlow meeting
Television, is the story of two of Canada's battles in WWI: Mount Sorrel and Hill 70.
Police have linked Sorrel as a suspect in the Falconio investigation because of alleged similarities in the two crimes.
Moreover, a study by professors Sorrel Kahan and Yakov Yeleneck from Hebrew University reveals that Arab students receive five times less remedial services even though they need them more.
Initial funding for the company came from Charles Hayslett, president of Hayslett Sorrel (Atlanta, GA), a public relations firm.
Sorrel, a general partner of Welsh, Carson, Anderson and Stowe, who will join Winstar's board of directors.