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fringe tree

Herbal medicine
A deciduous tree or shrub, the bark of which contains a glycoside, phyllyrin and saponins; its bark is antipyretic, astringent, diuretic, laxative and tonic. It has been used internally to stimulate the appetite, gastric secretions and the flow of bile, and topically to treat wounds.
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To the back of the saddle is a very well made parfleche bonnet case with extremely long white fringe. Another blanket with a beaded blanket strip is on the rump of the horse; ermine hides hang from the center of the medallions of the blanket strip.
The Society chose Borderway Mart for the event since it is the central point for the whole of the UK through which to attract farmers, small holders, and general fans of the breed, drawn to its distinctive spiral horns, curly white fringes, and unique black markings on the face and legs.
Kadi, who teamed up with Dutch fashion blogger Negin Mirsalehi to reveal one of the outfits of his latest collection -- a black gown with an ending of black and white fringes -- promises to offer a modern and avant-garde haute couture collection.
Among those they believe to be new to science are the "cowboy frog", an amphibian with white fringes along its legs, and a spur-like structure on its "heel".
* No white fringes were present on any upperpart feathers--1st winter Black Drongo should show such fringing.
Upper wings of males are brilliant blue, with blackish wing margins and white fringes.
Manager Charlie Mitten was a hugely controversial, colourful figure who changed United's strip to white fringes on the shorts ( "bloody petticoats," sniffed hard man Scoular ( and encouraged his team to win by promising a night out in London.