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“Cowslip is set on a working organic farm so we drove around the boxes of leeks just harvested, past the newborn lambs, parked up and let the inspiration begin to flow and there is no doubt it always does.”
“Hildebrand Cowslip is down here with his father's sloop – how would you like to go up in her?”
“The Cowslip is a very different plant indeed and we will not call it a weed.”
“Former medical writers called the Cowslip _herba paralysis_, or, "palsywort," because of its supposed efficacy in relieving paralysis.”
“Botanically, the Cowslip is a very interesting plant.”
“I did think at the time there seemed to be rather a lot of cowslips for Keston Common, but I do a good deal in the 'Cowslip' brand of -- the -- the article I deal in, and there might be a possibility of reproducing the work as an advertisement.”
“This rabbit warren, know as Cowslip’s warren, is living in self-deceit.”
“At 'Cowslip's mill' there was a sloop landing; a sort of wharf was built there; and close upon the wharf the mill and storage house kept and owned by Mr. Cowslip.”
““She uses our Adams Cowslip Wash,” interjected Mr. Adams, the apothecary, proudly.”
“Falk last appeared in the feature film American Cowslip in 2009.”
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