Cowslip

[bovine podiatry] In bovine podiatry, a cowslip is a tough plastic shoe used to treat lameness in cattle. It is applied onto the healthy claw (one side of the cloven hoof) with glue and allowed to set. The cowslip will raise the damaged claw off the ground and allow it to heal. The cowslip will slough in about 4–6 weeks and this is a prin...
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Cowslip

HMS Cowslip was a British Flower Class corvette of 980 tons displacement launched in 1941. HMS Cowslip was powered by two 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 16 knots. She carried a complement of 85 and was armed with one 4-inch dual-purpose gun; two 20 mm anti-aircraft guns and Hedgehog multiple spigot mortar.
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Cowslip

[racehorse] Words from the Otjiherero. ...
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cowslip

[n] - early spring flower common in British isles having fragrant yellow or sometimes purple flowers
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Cowslip

Cow'slip` (-slĭp`) noun [ Anglo-Saxon cūslyppe , cūsloppe , probably orig., cow's droppings. Confer Slop , noun ] (Botany) 1. A common flower in England ( Primula veris ) having yellow blossoms and appearing in ear...
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cowslip

paigle 1 Primula veris noun early spring flower common in British isles having fragrant yellow or sometimes purple flowers
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Cowslip

• (n.) A common flower in England (Primula veris) having yellow blossoms and appearing in early spring. It is often cultivated in the United States. • (n.) In the United States, the marsh marigold (Caltha palustris), appearing in wet places in early spring and often used as a pot herb. It is nearer to a buttercup than to a true cowslip. S...
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cowslip

any of several flowering plants, including (chiefly in British usage) the wild primrose (Primula veris) and (in American usage) the marsh marigold ...
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cowslip

cowslip, name for plants of the borage, marsh marigold, and primrose families.
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Cowslip

The Cowslip or fairy cup, petty mullein, or paigle (Primula veris) is a wild flower found in British pastures and hedge-rows. The cowslip is a hairy perennial with leaf-rosettes similar to those of the Primrose. The lobes of the calyx are acute at the apex, and the bright yellow flowers are funnel- shaped with orange spots at the base of each lobe,...
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cowslip

European plant related to the primrose, with several small deep-yellow fragrant flowers growing from a single stem. It is native to temperate regions of the Old World. The oxlip (Primula elatior) is also closely related. (Primula veris, family Primulaceae.)
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