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1.a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers
2.any of various low-growing annual or perennial evergreen herbs native to Eurasia

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  • Idiom of the Day

    out of one`s shell
    to move from silence or shyness and into friendly conversation with others
    The girl came out of her shell and began to play with the other children.

    (1) Yesterday, I chanced to meet
    (P) where he lived
    (Q) and asked him
    (R) now in his seventies
    (S) an old acquaintance,
    (6) and what he did for his living.

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  • Benefits of Mustard Seeds


    He tablespoon of mustard seed contains about 94 milligrams of phosphorus, which your body uses along with calcium to build bones and teeth. Phosphorus is also important for waste elimination and DNA production. One serving provides 13 percent of your daily recommended phosphorus intake. The mustard seed also contains 1.1 milligrams of iron -- 14 percent of the recommended daily intake for post-menopausal women and 6 percent for pre-menopausal women -- 15 micrograms of selenium, or 27 percent of your recommended daily intake. Iron helps your red blood vessels function, while selenium activates enzymes needed for the function of your thyroid gland.

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