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“The Bark of the Root, of that which we call the Prickly Ash, being dried and powder'd, has been found to be a Specifick, in old Ulcers, and Long-running Sores.”
“She took her finals in the Spanish holiday resort of Magaluf, where she took part in a Sky One programme called Prickly Heat.”
“In her anger she dug up the leaves and earth with her hind feet, and all the time her tongue fairly flew as she called Prickly Porky, Jimmy Skunk, and Unc ”
“Don't be scared, Sargeant Hastings; its me, John Davis -- him they call Prickly Ash, of Goose Creek.”
“An irruption, commonly called the Prickly Heat, often breaks out during the summer, which is attended with troublesome itching and stinging pains; but this disease being common, and not dangerous, is little regarded; and if proper caution be used to prevent it from striking suddenly inward, is thought to be attended even with salutary effects.”
“In November Nightlife Sedona will be recording a live radio show at Relics called the Prickly Ticklers Roundup for Yavapai Broadcasting Company.”
“First of all, bigbee is right -- "Prickly" is the headline!”
“Prickly" is in the title of the Time piece, so you can thank them ....”
“Prickly" only began to describe Nynaeve, but they were all used to her ways.”
“Here's a taste of "Prickly" Patrick Klepek's preview:”
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