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  • The oils employed for the purpose are certain of the grass oils (_Andropogon_ and _Cymbopogon spp. _) notably that afforded by _Andropogon, Schoenanthus_ called _idris-yaghi_ by the Turks, and commonly known to Europeans as

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 275, April 9, 1881

  • REUTERS/Wake County City/County Bureau of Identification/Handout ziyad yaghi charged with plotting to carry out terrorist attacks overseas. .jpg

    Army Rumour Service

  • It looked totally Mexican and totally exciting to my solar plexus; I lived in Mexico City for a year and that's one of the greatest places I've ever been and I've been to some fine damn places, too, like putting my filthy sloshed tootsies into the rushing waters of the mighty Amazon at a place in Colombia where William Burroughs first discovered yaghi, the most powerful drug he'd ever taken--that is almost as powerful as a full load of adrenelin shot up your spinal cord.

    The World Beyond, continued

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  • Sounds like an interesting book, c_b. :-)

    May 18, 2010

  • "'As no one would fight for the ladies,' she sniffed disapprovingly, obviously referring to the men of the party, 'I determined to be yaghi rebellious myself'."

    —Annabel Venning, Following the Drum: The Lives of Army Wives and Daughters Past and Present (London: Headline, 2005), 240

    May 18, 2010