artemisia

a genus of herbs and shrubs with strong-smelling foliage

Artemisia

(Ambrosia, Dusty Miller, Estragon, French Tarragon, Ghostplant, Lad's Love, Mugwort, Old Man, Old Woman, Sage Brush, Southernwood, Summer Fir, Tarragon, Wormwood) These hardy, shrubby or herbaceous plants are from Asia, Europe and North America. They belong to the Daisy family, Compositae. Some Artemisias are grown for their ornamental or fragran...
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artemisia

[n] - any of various composite shrubs or herbs of the genus Artemisia having aromatic green or grayish foliage
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Artemisia

Ar`te·mi'si·a (ärte'mĭzh'ĭ*ȧ or ärte'mĭsh'ĭ*ȧ) noun [ Latin Artemisia , Greek 'Artemisi`a .] (Botany) A genus of plants including the plants called mugwort, southernwood, and wormwood. Of these A. absinthium , or commo...
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artemisia

noun any of various composite shrubs or herbs of the genus Artemisia having aromatic green or greyish foliage
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Artemisia

• (n.) A genus of plants including the plants called mugwort, southernwood, and wormwood. Of these A. absinthium, or common wormwood, is well known, and A. tridentata is the sage brush of the Rocky Mountain region.
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Artemisia

(from the article `desert`) Smaller shrubs include Artemisia and Ephedra in Central Asia and North America, Atriplex in both these regions and also Australia, and Larrea in ...
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Artemisia

(from the article `Banti, Anna`) ...`Seven Moons`), introduced her recurring theme of intelligent Italian women`s low and lonely position. In 1947 she published one of her most noted ...
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Artemisia

[opera] ==Performance history== The performances included a number of substitition arias, and in the 1656 libretto, next to Erillo`s aria `Chiedete e sperate`, was noted the instruction `a different aria to be sung every night`. Artemisia was performed by Helios Early Opera in Cambridge, Massachusetts, in January 2013, the North American pr...
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Artemisia

Artemisia (är"tumi'shēu) , fl. 4th cent. B.C., ruler of the ancient region of Caria. She was the sister, wife, and successor of Mausolus and erected the mausoleum at Halicarnassus in his memory. A strong ruler, she conquered Rhodes. She also patronized the arts. An earlier Artemis...
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artemisia

artemisia: see wormwood.
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Artemisia

Artemisia is a genus of plants of numerous species, of the natural order Compositse, comprising mugwort, southern wood, and wormwood. Certain alpine species are the flavouring ingredient in absinthe.
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Artemisia

[Rembrandt] Artemisia Receiving Mausolus` Ashes (also known as Sophonisba Receiving the Poisoned Cup) is a painting by the Dutch master Rembrandt. It is housed in the Museo del Prado of Madrid, Spain. It is signed `REMBRANDT F: 1634`. The subject of the picture is still unclear. It portrays a young woman, variously identified as Sophonisba ...
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Artemisia

[genus] Artemisia ə is a large, diverse genus of plants with between 200 and 400 species belonging to the daisy family Asteraceae. Common names for various species in the genus include mugwort, wormwood, and sagebrush. Artemisia comprises hardy herbaceous plants and shrubs, which are known for the powerful chemical constituents in their es...
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Artemisia

[ship] The Artemisia was the first immigrant ship to arrive in Moreton Bay bringing the first assisted free settlers from England. She was a barquentine of 492 tons (558 tonnes) built at Sunderland in 1847 and owned by A. Ridley. Under her master, Captain John Prest Ridley, the Artemisia arrived in Moreton Bay in December 1848.{Rp|181} == F...
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