[ US /ˈæˌɫoʊ/ ]
[ UK /ˈæləʊ/ ]
[ UK /ˈæləʊ/ ]
- succulent plants having rosettes of leaves usually with fiber like hemp and spikes of showy flowers; found chiefly in Africa
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- Ballymaloe take a more seasonal approach to things by using redcurrant rather than lemon juice, made by simmering a couple of punnets of the astringent little fruits with water, and then pushing them through a sieve. How to make perfect strawberry jam
- What's more, the mountain was haloed by phosphorescent blue bands of some sort of energy crackling all around it.
- These included balsam, musk, benzoin, aloeswood, ginger, muslin, thoroughbred Arabian horses, and Chinese porcelain.
- In cold climates, you could substitute a trio of birches for the tree aloes and underplant them with blue fescue.
- Aloe emodin is found both free and as a glycoside in plants having increasing commercial importance, including aloe and senna.
- Fertile soils and spontaneous vegetation, reeking with miasma and overpowering from their odour, we had exchanged for a drouthy wilderness of aloetic and cactaceous plants, where the kolquall and several thorn bushes grew paramount. How I Found Livingstone
- The topics include more commonly used products such as kava, ginkgo biloba and St. John's wort, and some older but mainstream products such as aloe and the laxatives senna and cascara sagrada.
- She thought there were Japanese beetles and aloed kneecaps. A Name That Hurt
- A cold front is moving down from the States, and a shank-of-the-night fog haloes the few lights.
- _ But if they are bisons, why are they called buffaloes? History, Manners, and Customs of the North American Indians