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A perennial herb, the dried rhizome of which contains alkaloids, salicylates, tannin, and volatile oil; yellow flag was once used as a blood purifier, for flatulence, headaches, heartburn, colic, skin complaints
Toxicity Fresh yellow flag root is poisonous, and may cause gastrointestinal pain, nausea, vomiting

yellow flag

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In response to these allegations, the team has stated that it is an irrefutable fact that Jules did slow down under the yellow flags.
A yellow flag was raised on lap 11 when Brett Stuart's Caudwell Racing boat broke down and the delay enabled Al-Hameli to close in on Carella's tail before the restart.
I engaged the DRS (drag reduction system) when there were yellow flags and you are not allowed to.
Whenever an employee of the Gardner prison is deployed, correction staff would take up a collection and have a yellow flag made by the Johnson Fence & Flag Co.
The second penalty came after he overtook Jarno Trulli when a yellow flag was waved, but the Spaniard again disputed the decision.
Yellow flags are meant to provide an opportunity to engage in problem solving and strategic planning to help the candidate address the areas of concern.
However, the report raises yellow flags about the relaxed underwriting that could come hack to haunt investors in years to come.
Schumacher was one of five other drivers handed a one-race ban, suspended for two races, for also ignoring the yellow flags.
Thousands of people were gathered in the square, waving a sea of blue and yellow flags.
The team, composed of existing staff, will focus on applications for disability retirement where certain indicators, or yellow flags, are present.
1 "Tenby South is a great beach to visit, but we do advise everyone to stay between the red and yellow flags when swimming in the sea.
At the start of lap four, and with yellow flags in place, video showed Vettel passing Vergne on the straight between turns three and four.