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Lecanora tartarea
Litmus Lit"mus, n. [D. lakmoes; lak lacker + moes a thick preparation of fruit, pap, prob. akin to E. meat: cf. G. lackmus. See Lac a resinous substance.] (Chem.) A dyestuff extracted from certain lichens (Roccella tinctoria, Lecanora tartarea, etc.), as a blue amorphous mass which consists of a compound of the alkaline carbonates with certain coloring matters related to orcin and orcein. Note: Litmus is used as a dye, and being turned red by acids and restored to its blue color by alkalies, is a common indicator or test for acidity and alkalinity. Litmus paper (Chem.), unsized paper saturated with blue or red litmus, -- used in testing for acids or alkalies.
Lecanora tartarea
Cudbear Cud"bear` (k?d"b?r`), n. [Also cudbeard, corrupted fr. the name of Dr. Cuthbert Gordon, a Scotchman, who first brought it into notice.] 1. A powder of a violet red color, difficult to moisten with water, used for making violet or purple dye. It is prepared from certain species of lichen, especially Lecanora tartarea. --Ure. 2. (Bot.) A lichen (Lecanora tartarea), from which the powder is obtained.
Lecanora tartarea
Cudbear Cud"bear` (k?d"b?r`), n. [Also cudbeard, corrupted fr. the name of Dr. Cuthbert Gordon, a Scotchman, who first brought it into notice.] 1. A powder of a violet red color, difficult to moisten with water, used for making violet or purple dye. It is prepared from certain species of lichen, especially Lecanora tartarea. --Ure. 2. (Bot.) A lichen (Lecanora tartarea), from which the powder is obtained.
Subtartarean
Subtartarean Sub`tar*ta"re*an, a. Being or living under Tartarus; infernal. ``Subtartarean powers.' --Pope.
Tartareous
Tartareous Tar*ta"re*ous, a. [Cf. 1st Tartarous.] 1. Consisting of tartar; of the nature of tartar. 2. (Bot.) Having the surface rough and crumbling; as, many lichens are tartareous.

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- Steak tartare is a meat dish made from raw ground (minced) beef or horse meat. It is usually served with onions, capers, pepper, Worcestershire sauce...
- Tartar sauce (French: sauce tartare; also spelled Tartare sauce in the UK, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and other parts of the Commonwealth)...
- Salmon tartare is prepared with fresh raw salmon and seasonings. It is commonly spread on a cracker or bread and eaten as an appetizer. List of hors d'oeuvre...
- 육회 [jukʰø]) is a raw meat dish in Korean cuisine that resembles a steak tartare. It is most commonly made of beef but it can come in various kinds and...
- cuisines and very similar to kibbeh nayyeh and to a lesser extent to steak tartare. It is traditionally made with either raw beef or lamb, but in Turkish...
- Onion celebrates controversial Chicago move with banjo playing, steak tartare". Crain's Chicago Business. Retrieved June 11, 2013. "City of Chicago ::...
- crudo means "raw fish", and carne cruda means "raw meat", similar to steak tartare. Ceviche Salsiccia cruda Poke (Hawaii) Sashimi Ness, Carol (November 9...
- commonly mixed with sodium bicarbonate and sold as baking powder Steak tartare, a meat dish made from raw ground (minced) beef or horsemeat Tartar sauce...
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