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timothy grass

(tim'o-the) [ Timothy Hanson, early 18th-cent. American farmer who cultivated the grass]
A common North American grass (Phleum pratense). Allergens derived from this grass cause seasonal allergies, esp. during the summer. Synonym: timothy grass

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The three standardized SLIT products under FDA review, all of which have been approved in Europe for years, are Grastek, a Timothy grass extract, and Ragwitek, both developed by Merck in partnership with ALK of Denmark, and Oralair, a five-grass product developed by the French company Stallergenes.
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In any one year roughly one-third of our land is in perennials such as timothy grass, alfalfa, and turf grasses (such as bentgrass and Kentucky bluegrass)," Keith explains.
For instance, we are allowed to retain sexist names for nonhumans, such as alewife, timothy grass, daddy longlegs, sweet william, and myrtle.