Jacob Bernstein on why the Academy snubbed Bill Cunningham New York, senna, and other crowd-pleasers.
Every visit was duly put down in the ledger and charged for—as poor little senna will tell you.
“Off with that old senna T-pot,” said Burr major scornfully.
Regularly every year come the Zulus in force to senna and Shupanga for the accustomed tribute.
If the senna is distasteful a smaller quantity may be used at first.
Prunes and figs cooked with senna leaves are likewise simple laxatives which are both palatable and effective.
When at senna, in the Makololo country, a woman was seized by a crocodile.
senna, acidulated with lemon juice or tamarinds, answered sometimes remarkably well, when the stomach could retain it.
It is said to have been composed chiefly of senna and fennel leaves.
Calomel three grains every third day, with infusion of senna.
tropical shrub, 1540s, from Modern Latin senna, from Arabic sana. Earlier was sene (c.1400), from French.