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Quincuncial aestivation

Folding in a flower bud with two parts outside, two parts inside and with one margin inside and the other…

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Quinoa

A grain like edible seed with a somewhat nutty taste, used in cooking. Available at grocery stores.

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Qigong

A variety of traditional Chinese practices and movements that can help manage arthritis, back pain, and stress.

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Quinones

Organic compounds based on benzene where two hydrogen atoms have been replaced in the same ring by two oxygen atoms.…

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Quercetin

A plant-derived flavonoid found in fruits, vegetables, leaves, and grains. Anti-inflammatory flavonoid found in onions.

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Quince

The quince, a relative of the apple and pear but too bitter to be eaten uncooked, derives its name from…

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Quignon

To my chagrin, using the term bread-bum to refer to the end-slice of a loaf of bread is not appropriate…

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