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- n. Plural form of borage.
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They led to these escalations unfortunately when they opened rocket borages on cities that reached a crescendo on Christmas day when, in one single day, we had 80 rockets, missiles and mortal shells coming into Israel.
Norman  mentions a case wherein the carpels of _Anchusa ochroleuca_ were replaced by two leaves; from this he draws the inference that the pistil of borages and labiates is really composed of two leaves, placed fore and aft, the margins of the leaves being congenitally fused.