MEDLARS


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Noun1.MEDLARS - relational database of the United States National Library of Medicine for the storage and retrieval of bibliographical information concerning the biomedical literatureMEDLARS - relational database of the United States National Library of Medicine for the storage and retrieval of bibliographical information concerning the biomedical literature
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In October and the beginning of November come services; medlars; bullaces; roses cut or removed to come late; hollyhocks; and such like.
"If you come to people of quality," said Sancho, "there's nobody more so than my master; but the calling he follows does not allow of larders or store-rooms; we lay ourselves down in the middle of a meadow, and fill ourselves with acorns or medlars."
"People have been eating medlars since Tudor times and they are a bit of a Christmas treat," says Alex Lewis, from the Friends of Platt Fields Volunteers group.
Apparently, this was the nickname for the fruit of the medlar tree back in Tudor times.
Work for setting up of waste water collection and strengthening the network of drinking water in the neighborhoods and woods Moufia medlar in the municipality of Saint-Denis.
Sixty-nine percent of those engaged in a medical research project and 47% of teachers had used MEDLARS at least once, compared to 27% of all respondents.
The price of medlars varied greatly between e1/44.95 and e1/46.83, along with the price of apricots which ranged from e1/44.75 to e1/46.15.
Medlars must have been valuable fruit in olden days, being reliable croppers, flowering late so avoiding frosts.
For those who have no notion about what to do with such items as crosnes, scorzoneras, samphires or medlars. Green comes to the rescue with information and advice about these less-familiar edibles that may end up enriching your home dining experience.
Medlars aren't the most attractive fruits, but their flavor is supreme, resembling rich applesauce laced with spices and wine.
In 1964, the first computerized database of biomedical literature, MEDLARS (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System), began operation.
Medlars Farm Shop also includes a Warwickshire farmers' market outlet and a bakery selling organic bread, fruit pies and cakes, all made from local ingredients and fresh fruit grown on the farm.