dulcamara


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dulcamara

(ˌdʌlkəˈmɑːrə)
n
1. (Plants) a type of vine with orange fruit and purple flowers that is a member of the Solanaceae family
2. (Complementary Medicine) the stem of Solanum dulcamara when dried and used to expel urine and sedate
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The travelling doctor Dulcamara takes advantage of Nemorino's naivety and sells him a bottle of Bordeaux wine claiming that it is a love potion.
1), en contra de lo expresado por la doctrina de la CSJN, en los casos Dulcamara (71), Filcrosa (72), Barreto (73) y Rodriguez Pereyra (74), entre otros; por lo que no se clarifica si son algunos o todos los titulos de la ley los comprendidos en esta directiva de interpretacion de la nueva ley.
Dulcamara, came closest to fully realizing his role.
The Doctor Dulcamara of Francesco Vultaggio was a delight and the Koro Tomasino proved a versatile singing and acting ensemble.
Duman, "An osmotin-like cryoprotective protein from bittersweet nightshade Solanum dulcamara," Plant Molecular Biology, vol.
* Only this lake part saw a significant increase in the frequency of Phragmites (and appearance of Solanum dulcamara) between 1970 and the present;
dulcamara were found along irrigation canals and ponds near cultivated areas.
Changes in leaves of susceptible and resistant Solanum dulcamara infested by the gall mite Eriophyes cladophthirus (Acarina, Eriphyoidea).
We have some easy-to-read characters: the swaggering, cocksure Captain (Belcore); the beautiful coquette (Adina); the virtuous, but slightly intellectually challenged underdog (Nemorino); and the trickster, a right quackhead pretend doctor, Dulcamara.
The cast includes young Irish soprano Aoife O'Connell, and finalist in this year's Bryn Terfel Scholarship, Rhodri Prys Jones, alongside WNO veteran Gareth Rhys Davies as the notorious quack Dr Dulcamara.
We have some easy-to-read characters: the swaggering, cocksure Captain (Belcore), the beautiful coquette (Adina), the virtuous, but slightly intellectually challenged underdog (Nemorino) and the trickster, a right quack-head pretend doctor, Dulcamara.
Sergeant Belcore tries to swagger his way to the altar with Adina and Dulcamara, a quack doctor, provides Nemorino with a potion to make all women love him.