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Balsam boughs were gathered for the bed and some firewood collected; then we went down stream to fish and explore.
MUSKRAT CITYHENRY ABBOTT
A vulnerary balsam invented by Guy, of Caliac, once in great repute, but now obsolete.
Its medicinal qualities are intermediate to those of the aromatic turpentines and balsam of tolu.
Of the nature of balsam, or containing or resembling it; bland, soothing, healing; balmy.
Poplar, hemlock, pine and balsam are now being used in considerable quantities.
OUR NATIONAL FORESTSRICHARD H. DOUAI BOERKER
Guess for what:—to try upon the strained ankle an infallible quack balsam recommended to him by the Dowager Lady Boucher.
The disciples were displeased at what they deemed this waste of the rich balsam, and murmured against her.
A balsam tree being found, quantities of the branches were cut to furnish beds for the three.
Before him rose a group of the Amyris elemifera, or balsam tree, commonly called by the Indians "candle wood."
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