serpentaria


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ser·pen·tar·i·um

 (sûr′pən-târ′ē-əm)
n. pl. ser·pen·tar·i·ums or ser·pen·tar·i·a (-ē-ə)
A place where snakes and sometimes other reptiles are kept for display or study.
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Six species, Aristolochia serpentaria, Carex amphibola, Deparia acrostichoides, Hepatica nobilis var.
Aristolochia serpentaria, Colubrina virginiana, viperina, contrayerba virginiana.
Serpentaria was the last mare to win this race in 2009 and her trainer Willie Mullins is represented by lightly raced French import Marito, with Ruby Walsh booked for her first start back for 655 days.
Colm Murphy's mare, winner of the bumper on today's card 12 months ago, has won three of her four starts over hurdles and proved herself an outstanding mare when landing a Grade 3 mares' event at the Punchestown Festival last April, beating the likes of Shirley Casper, Give It Timer and Serpentaria.
THE irresistible alliance of Ruby Walsh and Willie Mullins can continue their winning spree with Serpentaria in the Easter Festival Hurdle.
Sneaking through on the inside the six-year-old stormed past Serpentaria on the run for home and battled on well.
He also went close on Serpentaria for his boss, Sir Mark Prescott, but it was on Bonjour Allure in the opener, the EBF sporthull.
Sent off a 7-2 chance, it was the nine-year-old's sixth career victory, with David Allan bringing him home two lengths to the good over Serpentaria.
serpentaria, asarum canadense, wild ginger) VERY LIKELY HAZARDOUS: Banned in other countries, FDA warning, or adverse effects in studies Comfrey (Symphytum Abnormal liver function or FDA advised industry officinale, ass damage, often irreversible; to remove from market ear, black root, deaths reported.
Dirty Dozen: 12 Supplements to Avoid Name(s) Dangers Regulatory Actions DEFINITELY HAZARDOUS: Documented organ failure or known carcinogenic properties Aristolochic acid Potent human carcinogen; FDA warning to (Aristolochia, birthwort, kidney failure, consumers and snakeroot, snakeweed, sometimes requiring industry and import sangree root, sangrel, transplant; deaths alert in April serpentary, serpentaria, reported.
Banned in seven serpentary, European countries serpentaria, asarum and Egypt, Japan, and canadense, wild Venezuela.
serpentaria cuando se usa en grandes dosis, promueve la accion arterial y la diuresis (Duke, 1985).