However, mg they spread readily from cow to cow on the milkers' hands or the cups of the milking machine. The firft Flowers with us in May, and fometimes fooner, but in Spain and Portugal it life Flowers, as Clufius fays, in January and February -, the fecind when it Flowers with us.
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Needless to say, its advice and criticism will be 50 freely at his disposal if, as we assume bo be the fact, an undertaking can be given that the Ciovernment is not as yet committed to any definite line of policy. The Juice of the Leaves and Flowers being put upon rough Warts, and rubbed "dose" on, quickly takes them away, as Mat thiol us fays, but does no good to thofe XIII. This can be seen by mixing a dui drop cells ate thou mixed with the thinned pus. The diet for four days ought to consist of soups, barley-water and white meats, avoiding milk and starchy foods (to). It has feldom more than one Stalk tiling from its Root, which quickly grows whitilh and a little Woody, fet here and there with three Leaves at a Joint, which are much larger than the former, and the end fiyat Leaf.larger than the other two, fomething unevenly waved or cut in on the edges, of a fmell almoft as ftrong as the firft, but l'omewhat more pleafant. Studies have shown that in the Corn Belt more than half the cases of undulant fever are caused by the swine type and that in regions where the infection in hogs is not common this type of infection in man is less frequent (and). The Garden Navew, or Navew Gentle, k like unto the Turnep, in its Stalks, Leaves, flowers, and Seed, as alfo in its Jhape and manner of growing- but the Leaves of the Navew are much is round, almofi like buy a Ball, but the Root of the Navew is long, and much ft retched oat in length,' of the Common Turnep.
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