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  • September 27, 2008 at 2:17 pm diet dinnerrs endives fennell

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  • The chorus, the professor, and Marsha all seem to merge into a single voice for the last lines -- lines full of horror and a strange, triumphant beauty:CHORUS: As I lay, bloody and beaten, on the Forest floor amongst dead leaves and whatnot, nearly poisoned by lethal inhalation of spoors, and accidental ingestion of strange moss and fennell...

    Vitrified Catastrophes and Ontological Whigmaleery

  • The chorus, the professor, and Marsha all seem to merge into a single voice for the last lines -- lines full of horror and a strange, triumphant beauty:CHORUS: As I lay, bloody and beaten, on the Forest floor amongst dead leaves and whatnot, nearly poisoned by lethal inhalation of spoors, and accidental ingestion of strange moss and fennell...

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  • WEIL: When you go into an Indian restaurant there's a bowl of sugar seed, they're fennell seed.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2003

  • You can buy sugar fennell seeds at Indian groceries or regular chew a half teaspoon or make a tea, that's one thing to try.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2003

  • Galbrand groweth like fennell in fashion, and there is greatest stoare of it in Warriscoes Country, where they cut walnut trees leaste.

    Medicine in Virginia, 1607-1699

  • You may sometimes bathe your eyes in rosewater, fennell water, or eyebright water, if you please; but I know for certaintie, that you neede them not as long as you vse good fountaine water.

    Early English Meals and Manners

  • O God, O God! _Ofelia_ There is fennell for you, I would a giu'n you

    The Tragicall Historie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke The First ('Bad') Quarto

  • I send som fennell drops and spirit of hartshorn, a peice of epispasticum for blistering, a gallipot of unguentum dialthea.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

  • [a] the best and safest remedie which I knowe, and this it is: Take of the distilled waters of verueine, bettonie, and fennell one ounce and a halfe, then take one ounce of white wine, one drachme of Tutia (if you may easilie come by it) two drachmes of sugarcandy, one drachme of Aloes

    Early English Meals and Manners

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