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  • noun plants closely allied to the genera Satureja and Calamintha


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  • There were the edthbah, with its proud purple flower; the ivy-shaped-leaved dulcamara, used by the priests for sacred chaplets; also the acinos, of which wreaths are made by maidens, to wear intermingled with their braided tresses.

    The pillar of fire, or, Israel in bondage 1859

  • Ita porro * Albinus acinos - ad vaforum congeriem revocavit, qui ultimo - fine fe mcurvati fere comprehende - rent, ut folent - Rofs Hier. ichuntinae ramuli (»).

    Elementa physiologiae corporis humani .. 1776


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