mountain daisy


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Noun1.mountain daisy - boreal or alpine sandwortmountain daisy - boreal or alpine sandwort    
sandwort - low-growing chiefly perennial plant usually with small white flowers suitable for e.g. rock gardens
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The active ingredient, Arnica montana (Latin for the mountain daisy) is "a break through in a category that has traditionally been dominated by menthol and camphor products," remarks Wittenberg.
MOUNTAIN DAISY, HYLTON ROAD, SUNDERLAND This imposing pub was rebuilt in 1900-2 by local architects W.
Arnica montana (Latin for mountain daisy), should be used at the first sign of muscle pain, stiffness, swelling from injuries and bruising.
The active ingredient, Arnica montana (mountain daisy) is a breakthrough in a category that has traditionally been dominated by menthol and camphor products.
Three pubs also feature - Dun Cow, Londonderry Arms and the evocatively-named Mountain Daisy, all dating from 1902.
The Crown in Gateshead was ordered to pay [pounds sterling]6,500 by the High court, while Sunderland's Mountain Daisy was fined [pounds sterling]6,750.
Early companies actively involved in mining in the district included the Round Mountain Mining Company, the Round Mountain Daisy Mining Company, the Fairview Round Mountain Mining Company, the Round Mountain Red Top Company, the Round Mountain Sphinx Company, and the Round Mountain Red Antelope Mining Company.
He sired many good offspring, notably the Waterloo Cup semi-finalist Disingue and the prolific Mountain Daisy III, winner of six stakes and divider of another in Ireland in the 1911/1912 season.