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Apium graveolensSmallage Small"age, n. [Small + F. ache smallage. See Ach
A biennial umbelliferous plant (Apium graveolens) native of
the seacoats of Europe and Asia. When deprived of its acrid
and even poisonous properties by cultivation, it becomes
celery. Peucedanum graveolensDill Dill (d[i^]l), n. [AS dile; akin to D. dille, OHG. tilli,
G. dill, dille, Sw. dill, Dan. dild.] (Bot.)
An herb (Peucedanum graveolens), the seeds of which are
moderately warming, pungent, and aromatic, and were formerly
used as a soothing medicine for children; -- called also
Meaning of grave from wikipedia
is a location where
a dead body (typically that of a human, although sometimes
that of an animal) is buried
or interred after
a funeral. Graves
of the Fireflies
(****anese: 火垂るの墓, Hepburn: Hotaru
no Haka) is a 1988 ****anese animated
on the 1967 semi-autobiographical...
- Find a Grave
is a website
and add to an online database
records. It is owned
by Ancestry.com. It receives...
- Into the Grave
is the debut album
by Swedish death metal
. It was released
in 1991 on Century
Media. It was re-released September
17, 2001 with...
- To the Grave
is the fifth studio album
of the Danish heavy metal
band Iron Fire. It was released through Napalm Records
on 9 January
2009. "The Beast...
- "Children of the Grave
" is a song by English heavy metal
Sabbath, from their
1971 album Master
of Reality. The song lyrically continues
- An unmarked grave
is one that lacks
a marker, headstone, or nameplate indicating
that a body is buried
there. However, in cultures
that mark burial
- Cold Is the Grave
is the 11th novel
by Anglo-Canadian detective fiction writer Peter Robinson
in the Inspector Banks
in 2000. It won...
- The grave
gv, is the unit of m**** used in the first metric system which
in 1793. In 1795, the grave
- The Grave
to: The Grave
(TV series), an Israeli science fiction
TV show. "The Grave
" (The Twilight
Zone), a 1961 episode
of The Twilight
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