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succory - photo/picture definition at Photo Dictionary - succory ... Chicory; Succory; Blue Sailors; Bunk (Cichorium Intybus) Chicory ... Succory Succory. Chicory. Blue Sailors. Cichorium Infybus

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Chicory: Correspondences
Cichorium intybus Folk Names: Succory, Wild Cherry, Wild Succory Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Air Deity: Power: Removing Obstacles, Invisibility, Favors, Frugality...
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Arnoseris minima (L.) Schweigg. & Koerte Lamb's Succory
Lamb's Succory. Archaeophyte. Extinct.
Chapter 50 BRUSH, GRASS AND WEEDS
grass, Bermuda grass, poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, chicory, succory, blue daisies or other obnoxious, noxious or objectionable vegetation.
PROTECTIVE PROPERTY OF CICHORIUM INTYBUS IN CCL
RUSH SKELETONWEED (Chondrilla juncea L.)
succory, devil's-grass, naked weed or hog-bite, is a member of the Asteraceae ( Sunflower) family.
1 - Windsor Township, Red Lion, York County, Pennsylvania, PA
Marijuana. 2., Chicory, Succory or Blue Daisy.

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Sow thistles are considered 'noxious'
Burning sensations, redness and mild to severe rashes have been reported. It's chemical irritant can also spread to other parts of the body much like poison ivy. Its medical qualities are reported to be similar to dandelions and succory.

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succory - definition of succory by the Free Online Dictionary
[Perhaps alteration (influenced by Middle Low German suckerie or Middle Dutch suckereie) of Middle English cicoree; see chicory.
Chicory - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Common chicory is also known as blue sailors, succory, and coffeeweed.
A Modern Herbal | Chicory
---Habitat---Wild Chicory or Succory is not uncommon in many parts of England and Ireland, though by no means a common plant in Scotland.
Succory - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
alteration of Middle English cicoree. First Known Use: 1533. Browse.
Succory | Define Succory at Dictionary.com
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