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Culpeper

(ˈkʌlpɛpə)
n
(Biography) Nicholas. 1616–54, English herbalist and astrologer; his unauthorized translation (1649) of the College of Physicians' Pharmacopoeia and his Herbal (1653) popularized herbalism
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Cul•pep•er

(ˈkʌlˌpɛp ər)

n.
Thomas (2nd Baron Culpeper of Thoresway), 1635–89, English colonial governor of Virginia 1680–83.
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21 December 2017 - US-based pressure-treated wood products producer Cox Industries is selling its Residential Lumber Division assets to Virginia-based wood treater producer Culpeper Wood Preservers, the company said.
In Milton's day, the most popular herbals were those of Nicholas Culpeper, whose compendia of folk remedies equated the knowledge of flora with divine wisdom.
The march is set to pass through Ruckersville, Culpeper, Manassas, Fairfax and Falls Church, an online timeline said.
On 9 June 1863, 12,000 Union cavalrymen supported by infantry and 9,000 Confederate cavalrymen clashed for 14 hours in Culpeper Country, Virginia.
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