Datura stramonium

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Noun1.Datura stramonium - intensely poisonous tall coarse annual tropical weed having rank-smelling foliage, large white or violet trumpet-shaped flowers and prickly fruitsDatura stramonium - intensely poisonous tall coarse annual tropical weed having rank-smelling foliage, large white or violet trumpet-shaped flowers and prickly fruits
thorn apple - any of several plants of the genus Datura
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Hardcore thrillseekers should ask to ride the motorbike in the front row, where they'll get the best experience of the ride's 70-degree 'spike', which propels riders 65 feet into the air with no track in front of them, before being hurled backwards into a patch of Devil's Snare.
For the biggest thrills, sit on the motorbike at the front - you'll have the furthest to fall when you lose momentum during a climb and are propelled backwards, only to plunge 16 feet as you detangle from a thicket of devil's snare.
Hardcore thrillseekers should bag the bike in the front row to best experience the attraction's 70 degree "spike", which propels riders 65ft into the air with no track in front of them, before being hurled backwards into a patch of Devil's Snare.
Karlsen's The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial New England (1987), and Mary Beth Norton's In the Devil's Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692 (2002).
For the word "lock," Bouwman had a riddle directing participants to locate "#1," and had the riddle, "Devil's Snare is a__" written in UV pen on the back of a #1 Wanted Harry Potter poster.
Is it nature's way of placating us in advance for the hard times?I can't say for sure, but as a reputable farmer from Matimbei, planting and selling sukuma wiki (kales) and cucumber seemed like the best way to be spared from the January blues.As I bent down to clear the bushes of devil's snare, I saw a ghastly chameleon with three horns staring back at me.
"The Salem witch hunt has always been used exactly the way President Trump used it," Mary Beth Norton, the author of "In the Devil's Snare: The Salem Witchcraft Crisis of 1692," told (https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2017/05/the-actual-single-greatest-witch-hunt-of-a-politician-in-american-history/527223/) the Atlantic Thursday.