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med·ick

 (mĕd′ĭk)
n.
Variant of medic1.

medick

(ˈmɛdɪk) or

medic

n
(Plants) any small leguminous plant of the genus Medicago, such as black medick or sickle medick, having yellow or purple flowers and trifoliate leaves
[C15: from Latin mēdica, from Greek mēdikē (poa) Median (grass), a type of clover]
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Noun1.medick - any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leavesmedick - any of several Old World herbs of the genus Medicago having small flowers and trifoliate compound leaves
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
genus Medicago, Medicago - a genus of herbs that resemble clover
Medicago arborea, moon trefoil - evergreen shrub of southern European highlands having downy foliage and a succession of yellow flowers throughout the summer followed by curious snail-shaped pods
Medicago falcata, sickle alfalfa, sickle lucerne, sickle medick - European medic naturalized in North America having yellow flowers and sickle-shaped pods
Calvary clover, Medicago echinus, Medicago intertexta - an annual of the Mediterranean area having spiny seed pods and leaves with dark spots
black medick, hop clover, Medicago lupulina, nonesuch clover, yellow trefoil - prostrate European herb with small yellow flowers and curved black pods; naturalized in North America
alfalfa, lucerne, Medicago sativa - important European leguminous forage plant with trifoliate leaves and blue-violet flowers grown widely as a pasture and hay crop
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Hans Medick and Peer Schmidt (Gottingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2004), 318-33.
Voir Medick et Sabean (1984); Fine (1998); Martial (2003); Weber (2005); Martial (2008).
Segun Claudia Ulbrich, Hans Medick y Angelika Schaser, las narraciones autobiograficas pueden ayudar a aclarar el proceso de transformacion de las memorias que todavia permanece en la oscuridad, ya que, por un lado, se inscriben en las tradiciones y en los discursos contemporaneos y, por otro lado, proveen el material para memorias futuras; (50) en los textos autobiograficos se cruzan diferentes memorias individuales dia y sincronicamente y se transforman en narraciones que crean identidad(es) tanto para el presente como para el futuro.
Beschreibendes Verzeichnis, Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1997; Hans Medick and Benjamin Marschke, Experiencing the Thirty Years War: A Brief History with Documents, New York: Bedford Books, 2013; Thomas Winkelbauer, ed.
Peter Burke (Cambridge: Polity, 1991), 93-113; Hans Medick, ed.
Chaplin invites the reader to 'consider the beauty of the names of these other flourishing "immigrants" to the Tyne: hedgerow cranesbill, hoary cress, field eryngo, spotted medick, wild teasel, rough dog's tail and tall melilot' (p.
This species may bear either the purple flowers of Alfalfa or the yellow of sickle medick and is called for its ready growth in sandy soil.
TambiEn ese viraje se percibio en Alemania, donde emergieron, como un reto a la historia social de la Escuela de Bielefeld, de enfoque macro y estructural, los trabajos de Hans Medick y Alf Ludtke, entre otros.
Cultural historian Hans Medick wrote that "the concrete practices of subjects, between circumstances of life [and] relations of production and authority" should not be lost in history's gestalt, or "meta," perspectives.
FRONTIER GREYS -- Signed LHP Spencer Medick and LHP Brandon Rhode.
also be provided with 850 tons of seeds of spring barley, 530 tons - sainfoin, 37 tons - medick, 11 tons - corn, which will contribute to
Al respecto debemos recordar que, como se ha dicho, la incorporacion del trabajo no calificado de mujeres y ninos, ya sea en el Kaufsystem o en el Verlagssystem, habria llevado a una hiper reaccion demografica ascendente (Kriedte, Medick y Schlumbohm, 1986).