herbless

herbless

(ˈhɜːbləs)
adj
without herbs
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So perhaps today's tip would be, for the herbless amongst you, to get down to the local garden centre and pick up some Stephen Jackson's Lamb with peas, Camargue rice and fresh herbs plants.
Noon is the conqueror,--not a spray, nor leaf, Nor herb, nor blossom but has rendered up Its morning dew; the valley seemed one cup Of cloud-smoke, but the vapour's reign was brief, Sun-smitten, see, it hangs, the filmy haze-- Grey-garmenting the herbless mountain-side, To soothe the day's sharp glare: while far and wide Above unclouded burns the sky, one blaze With fierce immitigable blue, no bird Ventures to spot by passage [.
So they got the Feds to prohibit such shameful practices as an herbless vermouth.
In the attacks, which affected local authority web sites including those in Sheffield, Swindon, Woldsway, and Dumfries & Galloway, Herbless claims he is taking the opportunity to 'get [some issues] off my chest and perhaps stimulate some thought in anybody that happens to be reading this'.
Comparing the government policy on CJD to its approach to smoking, Herbless points out that a very small number of people per year might have died from CJD-infected meat spurring the government to ban the sale of beef-on-the-bone, while 120,000 people will 'definitely' die from smoking each year and the government puts large taxes on cigarettes and 'lines the pockets of fat-cat businessmen in the process'.