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“French is spoken (along with Spanish) and almost everyone is a rubio or rubia.”
“Much of the grassland, as on Soay and Boreray, has a sub-maritime character consisting of Holcus lanatus, Agrostis stolonifera, A. capillaris, Festuca rubia and Anthoxanthum odoratum.”
“Chiang Yü-han lovingly presents a rubia-scented silk sash —”
“Chiang Yü-han lovingly presents a rubia-scented silk sash.”
“_Rubric Lakes_, or _Field's Lakes_, are derived from the root of "rubia tinctorum," a plant largely grown in France and Holland, whence the bulk of that used in England is obtained.”
“Of a rare type was Sofia in Andalusia, where nearly all are dark, for she was a true _rubia_, blue of eye, fair of skin, and with hair of the wondrously changing tints of a cooling iron ingot.”
“The root of the Alizari (rubia tinctoria) is considered as an emenagogue by the nomadic Turucks, and during childbed the same remedy is resorted to to call forth the lochia when once checked.”
“They cultivate a great deal of madder (_garance_) _rubia tinctorum_ here, which is said to be immensely profitable.”
“As rubia tinctoria, madder, colours the bones of young animals, it must pass into the blood with its colouring matter at least unchanged, and perhaps many other medicines may likewise affect the blood, and thus act by stimulating the heart and arteries, as well as by stimulating the stomach; which circumstance deserves further attention.”
“La rubia la hizo de su chofer al salir de un lujoso restaurante en Santa Mónica, California.”
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