the bark of the cascara, used as a cathartic or laxative.
the dried bark of the cascara buckthorn, used as a stimulant and laxative Often shortened to cascara
a buckthorn, Rhamnus purshiana, of the Pacific coast of the U.S., having finely toothed leaves and flowers in umbels and yielding cascara sagrada. Historical Examples “We’re having trouble with that last lot of cascara, sir,” said he lugubriously. The Clarion Samuel Hopkins Adams cascara sagrada, its Mexican name, is often used for this tree. American […]
Also called cascarilla bark. the bitter, aromatic bark of a West Indian shrub, Croton eluteria, of the spurge family, used as a tonic. the shrub itself. Historical Examples The chief aromatic barks comprise the cinnamon, cassia lignea, cascarilla, and canella alba. The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom P. L. Simmonds Take of Peruvian bark, […]
a bay in SW Maine.
- Case and paste
case and paste programming (From “cut and paste”) The addition of a new feature to an existing system by selecting the code from an existing feature and pasting it in with minor changes. This usually results in gross violation of the fundamental programming tenet, Don’t Repeat Yourself. Common in telephony circles because most operations in […]