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Definition of the noun Pinella
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Pinella is a genus of Mollusca, described by Stephenson in 1941.
Pinella is a genus of Ostracoda, described by Ivanova in 1955.
Phrases with Pinella
- Genus Pinella
- Empoasca Pinella
- Encarsia Pinella
- Catoptria pinella
- Oceanapia Pinella
- Coleotechnites Pinella
- Species Empoasca Pinella
- Species Oceanapia Pinella
- Species Coleotechnites Pinella
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The Gut Health Protocol (2016)
A Nutritional Approach To Healing SIBO, Intestinal Candida, GERD, Gastritis, and other Gut Health Issues by John G. Herron
Pinella is an extract from the Peruvian herb Pimpinella Anisum. It works by helping to cleanse the brain and nervous system of toxins created by microbial pathogens. It has also been shown to reduce inflammation by around 51% in an antiinflammatory study at the University of Guayaquil in Ecuador. See Dr. Lee Cowden, MD's YouTube515 discussion. May also help blunt Herxheimer reactions (dieoff). (SIBO, SIFO, DETOX, MAINT) • Cumunda Cumunda is an antifungal herb made ...
Native Wine Grapes of Italy (2014)
by Ian D'Agata
Pinella is a very old variety, well known along the Adriatic coast in the thirteenth century, mentioned in the statutes of the city of Vicenza in 1264. It was once also common in Friuli Venezia Giulia, described in 1324, but today it is found mainly in Veneto. Many of today's producers choose to call the variety Pinello instead of Pinella. The bunch is medium-small, shaped like a truncated cone, and extremely compact: in fact, the round berries are often deformed by being so tightly squeezed ...
by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw
Archangelica, Carum, Ferula, Pim- pinella, Coriandrum, ...
Such particularly a»; the roots of althxa, dog's grafs, asparagus, sago, pellitory of the wall, mallows, pim- pinella, red chick pease, peach kernels, turpentine, the nephritic stone, the nephritic wood, &sc. and diuretics. NEPHRITIS, in medicine, an inflammation of the kidneys. See Medicine. NEREIDS, in the pagan theology, sea-nymphs, daughters of Nereus and Doris. The nereids were esteemed very handsome, insomuch fhn Cassiope, the wise'of Cepheus king of Ethiopia, having ...
... The Twenty-sixth Edition. ... By N. Bailey, ... by Nathan Bailey
pinella. - TRA GUS [rfa; or, Gr.] the protuberance ...
Universal Technological Dictionary Or Familiar Explanation of the Terms Used in All Arts and Sciences (1823)
Containing Definitions Drawn from the Original Writers : in Two Volumes by George Crabb
The species are mostly perennials, as the — Pim- pinella, seu Saxifraga, Common Burnett. — Pimpinella magna, Great Burnett Saxifrage. — Pimpinella lutea, seu Tragoselinum, Yellow Burnett Saxifrage ; but the — Pimpinclln anisum, seu Anisum, is an annual. Bauh. Hist.; Bauh. Pin.; Ger. Herb.; Park. Theat. Bot. ; Rati Hist. ; Tourn. Inst. PIN of a Black (Mar.) in French esseiu de ponlie, the axis on whicli the sheave revolves, being supported by the shell. Pin (Mech.) any small piece of ...
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Scrabble value of P3I1N1E1L1L1A1
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