from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. A genus of spreading shrubs with many stems, from one species of which (Krameria triandra), found in Peru, rhatany root, used as a medicine, is obtained.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A polypetalous genus of American herbs or undershrubs, referred by modern botanists to the order Polygaleæ, or milkwort family, but with such anomalous characters as to have been erected by some botanists into an order by itself, the Krameri-aceæ or Kramerieæ.
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"Krameria triandria" amended to _Krameria triandra_.
(_Polylepis racemosa_, R. P.), or large patches of ground covered with the R.tanhia shrub  (_Krameria triandria_, R. P.).
Actually, 14th and Krameria is in Mayfair, across Colfax from (southernmost) Park Hill.
I would love to see residents of far east Denver who don't have a nearby grocery store be able to hop on the streetcar and head to the King Soopers and Safeway stores on Krameria and 14th.
a Krameria (the Celtis is the Boolla of Upper Assam,)