the cinnamonlike bark of a West Indian tree, Canella winterana, used as a condiment and in medicine.
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the fragrant cinnamon-like inner bark of a West Indian tree, Canella winterana (family Canellaceae) used as a spice and in medicine
beware of the dog.
a person who works with cane, especially one who produces canework for chairs. Historical Examples The Loyalists of Massachusetts James H. Stark The Loyalists of Massachusetts James H. Stark The Loyalists of Massachusetts James H. Stark The Loyalists of Massachusetts James H. Stark Dealings with the Dead, Volume I (of 2) A Sexton of the […]
the Hunting Dogs, a small northern constellation south of Ursa Major. noun (Latin genitive) Canum Venaticorum (ˈkɑːnəm vɪˌnætɪˈkɔːrəm) a small faint constellation in the N hemisphere near Ursa Major that contains the globular cluster M3 and the spiral whirlpool galaxy M51
Elias, 1905–94, Bulgarian-born novelist and playwright: Nobel Prize 1981. noun Elias. 1905–94, British novelist and writer, born in Bulgaria, who usually wrote in German. His works include the novel Auto da Fé (1935). Nobel prize for literature 1981