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What Kevin Nettle and myself are simply saying is that the question was from the promotional material is any GUY interested in seeing this movie, since Kevin is a Guy he has formed an educated opinion based off what he has seen and read (as have I) and we simply have no interest in this MOVIE whatsoever.
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"Flowering Nettle" is a book about the feeling of being an outsider, experiencing guilt, and being worried and afraid.
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The word Nettle is derived from _net_, meaning something spun, or sewn; and it indicates the thread made from the hairs of the plant, and formerly used among Scandinavian nations.
Gerard says, "the Nettle is a good medicine for them that cannot breathe unless they hold their necks upright: and being eaten boiled with periwinkles it makes the body soluble."
Again the Nettle was a favourite old English remedy for consumption, as already mentioned (see _Mugwort_), with reference to the mermaid of the Clyde, when she beheld with regret the untimely funeral of a young Glasgow maiden.
In other points the Nettle is a most interesting plant.
-- Darts about gardens, and is locally called Nettle-creeper.
Perusing the drinks list for the Zetter Townhouse in fashionable Clerkenwell, central London, something stands out: a concoction called a Nettle Gimlet, made from Beefeater gin and nettle cordial.
A Nettle is a Plant so well known to every one, as to what the appearance of it is to the naked eye, that it needs no description; and there are very few that have not felt as well as seen it; and therefore it will be no news to tell that a gentle and slight touch of the skin by a Nettle, does oftentime, not onely create very sensible and acute pain, much like that of
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That I was not the recipient of a similar midget was due to the death of "Nettle," the animal selected for me.
A belle of the fifties : memoirs of Mrs. Clay, of Alabama, covering social and political life in Washington and the South, 1853-66,
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