- Latin punica ("scarlet") (Wiktionary)
“He left a poem, the "Punica," which contains the history in heroic verse of the second Punic war.”
“Chemopreventive and adjuvant therapeutic potential of pomegranate Punica granatum for human breast cancer.”
“Punica granatum, Phil, is nothing but an elaborate hoax.”
“The last shot, Punica, or pomegranate was seen last year at the fling at the David garden.”
“Punica granatum is a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree that typically grows to 12-16 feet tall.”
“Antonio Maris Lorgna, "Della Cera Punica," in Opuscoli scelti sulle scienze e sulle arti (Milan, 1785), 8: 222 – 27, and 9: 347.”
“Punica mala aurantia commode permittuntur modo non sint austera et acida.”
“Pomegranate Pomegranates are fruits of the shrubby tree Punica granatum, a native of the arid and semiarid regions of the Mediterranean and western Asia; the finest varieties are said to grow in Iran.”
“- Wild ginger rhizome (Zingiber zerumbet) Clove, roots and bark of Eugenia caryophyllus Fresh pomegranate leaves (Punica granatum) Opium (poppy) gum from fruit (Papaver somniferum)”
“· Boil 2-3 handfuls of fresh Punica granatum leaves in 56 cups of water for 10 minutes.”
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